– BMW 633 CSi from 1979
– delivered and always registered in Germany
– only two owners from new
– decommissioned and kept in dry storage between 1985 and 2012
– 3.2 litre six-cylinder engine with 145 kW (197 hp) and automatic transmission
– unwarranted mileage of 79,100 km
– exterior paintwork in fjord metallic with blue leather interior
– power windows and period correct radio on board
– various new parts, e.g. exhaust, tyres and brakes
– valid technical approval until 06/2020 and historic plate
A high-revving straight six engine, standard drive, and all packaged in an equally expressive as well as timeless coupé shape: Hardly surprising the BMW 6 Series (E24) met with enthusiastic buyers for over 13 years, longer than any other BMW.
Upon its presentation, the design anticipated the styling of the future 7 Series (E23). Inside, there is the driver-related cockpit – a 70s novelty at BMW – with the center console turned slightly towards the driver. Otherwise, the upper-class coupé boasts lush luxury, since the 6 Series was designed for a comfortable ride. And that is not at all contrary to a sporting performance, least of all with the more powerful engines of the 635 CSi.
The 6 Series has the reputation of easy maintenance and its engines are said to be virtually indestructible. For this reason, this BMW is well placed for a second spring as a classic that is fit for everyday use.