1983 BMW 633CSi Henna Red Exterior (052) Pearl Beige Leather Interior (0158) 64,000 Miles 1 of 1659 1983 USA-spec 633CSi’s M30B32 Inline 6-Cylinder Engine 5-Speed Manual Transmission Coco Floor Mats Car Cover 14-Inch Bottle Cap Wheels Kumho Power Star 758 Tires Same Owner Since 1990 Colorado Car Clean Carfax Background The first generation BMW 6 Series was codenamed the E24 internally, but the rest of the world knew it by a more formidable name: The Shark. The name fit not only the 6er’s form, but also its function. Unleashed on the autobahn, the Shark was an exceptional grand tourer that would devour miles at terrific speed while treating its occupants to fine sporting luxury. Its sleek and graceful lines were the product of BMW Director of Design Paul Bracq, who ensured that it was a classic in the making. The two-door 633CSi coupe (CS stands for Coupe Sport) was the sporting driver’s alternative to the big four-door German sedans and cheap American luxo-barges—and unlike the latter, the shark could go around corners. It was powered by a fuel injected 3.2-liter version of the venerable M30 inline six-cylinder engine producing 181 horsepower. The 633CSi featured revolutionary technology, like Bosh L-Jetronic engine management and was one of the first BMWs with a check control panel. Post-1981 633CSi’s received significant updates including the new E28-based interior and oxygen sensor based emissions control in lieu of the troublesome thermal reactors. Time has been...
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