The E24 generation BMW 6 Series was a grand luxury tourer sold from 1976 through 1989. Its shapely shark style curves were penned by legendary designer Paul Bracq and prices have been reasonable for years. It is difficult to judge the condition of this next car based on the strange photos, but if it runs […]
Frenchman Paul Bracq designed many great cars…but few are as affordable for the level of awesomeness as the E24 generation BMW 6-series. You get a big inline-6 in a sporty personal luxury coupe for the price of a piece of junk 15 year old minivan with 150k miles. I’m not saying this car is a good deal, no…I’m shouting at the top of my lungs that it is a STEAL! Find this 1981 BMW 633CSi offered for $8900 in Sacramento, CA via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck. Happy Bracq Friday!
This example of the first generation of the BMW 6 Series grand tourer coupé appears to be free of major blemishes and should provide years of smiles. The M30B32 3,210 cc straight six pumps out 194 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque. While the engine won’t bury you in your seat. the 5-speed Getrag manual transmission helps to keep things entertaining. Find this 1984 BMW 633 Csi offered for $2500 in Wickenburg, AZ via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
The E24 generation BMW 6 Series was a grand luxury tourer sold from 1976 through 1989. Its shapely shark style curves were penned by legendary designer Paul Bracq and prices have been reasonable for years. This next one is really cheap, but it needs a cosmetic refresh — which could be fun and rewarding. Find […]
When will the E24 generation BMW 6-series get the market attention and love it deserves? Oh…I’m not supposed to say that? I’m just supposed to keep my mouth shut and let all the sheeple go and spend their money on Porsche 911s and over restored Camaros? Okay. Right. Nothing to see here. Not a fantastic […]
Out of all the Paul Bracq designed classics (and there are many) one of my favorites has to be the E24 6-series, which certainly isn’t the most beautiful (W113 Pagoda 280SL is the most beautiful), but it offers a level of elegance, class, and sophistication for a paltry price. Find this 1984 BMW 633CSi here […]
We spent most of Oct 21st, 2015 enjoying recreations of the vehicles from the Back to the Future trilogy, but apparently one of the actual movie cars was on its way to auction. Find this 1976 BMW 633CSi, Griff Tannen’s car from Back to the Future II here on icollector.com, heading to an online auction […]
The E24 generation BMW 6-series was the successor to the classic BMW CS and CSL. While the E9 (CS and CSL) are extremely expensive in any condition (even a rustbucket) the E24 6 Series are very reasonable. It is a pretty car and Paul Bracq’s design set the style of BMWs for years to come; […]
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 […]
In 1976 the original BMW 6-series introduced to a gas crisis panicked world a new paradigm in Grand Touring (GT) luxury automobiles. GT cars have always been about style, speed, comfort and usability – roughly in that order – but the E24 6-series didn’t need to impress the world with decadent curves like an Aston […]