15k: Show Quality: 1983 BMW 633CSi E24
The BMW E24 generation 6 Series was introduced in 1976 as a replacement for the aging E9 CS and CSL coupes. Rumor has it that Bob “Maximum” Lutz had something to do with keeping the E24 looking sporty during his reign as executive VP in charge of Marketing and Sales at BMW, but the shark nosed coupe is one of the better looking ’70s coupes. Find this 1983 BMW 633CSi E24 for sale in Allentown, PA for $13,999 via craigslist. Tip from Michael DW.
The seller describes this car as a “Ridiculously Clean Classic 633CSI, Cosmetically/Mechanically Perfect.” It does look very nice and minty clean in the photos and has only 53k miles on the odometer. Power comes from a 3.2 liter inline six that puts out 194 horsepower and 209 ft-lbs of torque and goes into a 5-speed manual gearbox.
The inside of this white giant is covered in a scrumptious beige leather and looks well preserved. Expect many more miles of motoring fun from this ’80s classic.
See a better classic sporting coupe? email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hmmm. If I buy this, maybe I too could have my very own Blue Moon Detective Agency.