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1984 BMW 633CSi with 22,425 original miles

Taking over the big coupe mantle from the E9, the E24 6 series was a mainstay in the BMW lineup for 14 years, handing off the baton to the 8 series as the 1990s commenced. With such an impressive production run, it became one of those aspirational cars of the 1980s, along with the Mercedes-Benz R107 SL and Porsche Carrera 3.2. Today, the E24 6 series represents a bit of a modern classic bargain if bought well. While M6 prices are going the way of the E30 M3, you can still find decent quality M6s for under $20,000. This 633CSi for sale in Illinois is the final year the E24 was sold with this engine in the US. Having covered under 25,000 miles, this is certainly a car for the serious collector rather than the person looking for a driver quality vehicle.

Year: 1984
Model: 633CSi
Engine: 3.2 liter inline six
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 22,425 mi
Price: $25,900 Buy It Now

1984 BMW 633CSi on eBay

1984 BMW 633 CSi Coupe, Bronze Beige metallic over Pearl Beige leather, only 22,245 one owner miles!

Vehicle Highlights:
3.2 Liter Inline 6 cylinder engine rated at 181 horsepower
5-speed manual transmission
Dual powered leather seats
Powered sunroof
Air conditioning

Vehicle History:
Only one previous owner
Low miles
Nicest one available today
Exceptional condition throughout
Spotless vehicle history reports
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Includes original owner’s manuals, complete tool kit and car cover

The first thing I thought when I saw the asking price for this 633CSi is “wow, I could have had an M6.” This could be one of the nicest 633CSi’s out there, but it doesn’t negate the fact that you have later 635CSi and M6 models selling for much less. Realistically, this car could probably bring somewhere between $14,000 to $16,000 at the high end, to the right seller. I’d suspect somewhere around $14,000 to $14,500 is about where the value sits on this one.



  1. Jojo
    Jojo May 7, 2013

    Beautiful car. They just have to come down on the price. It’s possible the dealer is into it for $14k but they’re a bit rich on the asking price.

    URSDRIVER May 7, 2013

    If you are going to seal a car in vacuum for 28 years make sure it’s the top-tier model (635 CSI M6)in a timeless color, it’s the only way you will see a ROI. That being said the engine compartment photo is almost worth the price of admission, this car is nice.

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