1982 BMW 633CSI Value | 2 Door Coupe Prices and Book Value

Up for sale is this gorgeous 1982 BMW 633CSi, a.k.a The Shark or, the Big Coupe. This

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  • Up for sale is this gorgeous 1982 BMW 633CSi, a.k.a The Shark or, the Big Coupe.

    This car is equipped with a rare manual 5-speed transmission. It is in unmodified and unmolested mechanical condition. As close to factory original as you will find.

    This was BMW's top of the line halo car, successor to the legendary 3.0CS. These cars oozed class and delivered a driving experience that belied it's size. This is most notably evidenced by the fact that you could NOT get a manual transmission in a Mercedes 500SEC or 500SL. The Big Coupe is powered by a fuel injected silky smooth straight six displacing 3.2 liters putting out nearly 200 horsepower and and 240 lbs of torque. Lighter, faster and better handling than either of the big Benz two doors it earned its Ultimate Driving Machine moniker.

    This car is in excellent running and cosmetic condition. It has a recent high quality respray and very nice bright work throughout. The glass is perfect. The windows and sunroof all open and close smoothly. The original blue leather interior shows only minimal wear. There are no rips, tear or stains. The dash, door panels and headliner are in great shape. All of the lights, gauges and instrumentation work as they should. The AC blows ice cold. There is currently an aftermarket AM/FM cassette player that sounds great through the tuner (I am fresh out of cassette tapes). The power antenna is not working but is manually retractable. The original spare, tire tools and jack are intact and the tool kit is 95% complete. The wheels have been restored and are clad with brand new rubber.

    There is lots of recent maintenance on this car with documentation to prove it.

    This European Grand Touring car is a pleasure to drive. The motor pulls hard through the entire rev range and the transmission shifts like butter. The clutch is strong. It cruises at any speed in Germanic luxury. The seats provide plenty of adjustment and support during spirited driving and fatigue free comfort during long hauls. The suspension, steering and brakes are world class, even by today's standards.

    This a solid, rust free three owner 79,000 mile car. The original Ziebart rust protection sticker still adorns the driver's side door jamb. This is as fine a driver quality E24 as you will find in North America.

    These were $37,000 cars off the showroom floor. Today they are an affordable classic. Cars from the '80's provide a great opportunity to acquire and drive classic cars at bargain prices. Not all makes and models will ascend to high prices, but well maintained cars that appeal to enthusiasts will likely deliver steady appreciation in the near and long term. This is one of those cars.

    Up for sale is this gorgeous 1982 BMW 633CSi, a.k.a The Shark or, the Big Coupe.

    This car is equipped with a rare manual 5-speed transmission. It is in unmodified and unmolested mechanical condition. As close to factory original as you will find.

    This was BMW's top of the line halo car, successor to the legendary 3.0CS. These cars oozed class and delivered a driving experience that belied it's size. This is most notably evidenced by the fact that you could NOT get a manual transmission in a Mercedes 500SEC or 500SL. The Big Coupe is powered by a fuel injected silky smooth straight six displacing 3.2 liters putting out nearly 200 horsepower and and 240 lbs of torque. Lighter, faster and better handling than either of the big Benz two doors it earned its Ultimate Driving Machine moniker.

    This car is in excellent running and cosmetic condition. It has a recent high quality respray and very nice bright work throughout. The glass is perfect. The windows and sunroof all open and close smoothly. The original blue leather interior shows only minimal wear. There are no rips, tear or stains. The dash, door panels and headliner are in great shape. All of the lights, gauges and instrumentation work as they should. The AC blows ice cold. There is currently an aftermarket AM/FM cassette player that sounds great through the tuner (I am fresh out of cassette tapes). The power antenna is not working but is manually retractable. The original spare, tire tools and jack are intact and the tool kit is 95% complete. The wheels have been restored and are clad with brand new rubber.

    There is lots of recent maintenance on this car with documentation to prove it.

    This European Grand Touring car is a pleasure to drive. The motor pulls hard through the entire rev range and the transmission shifts like butter. The clutch is strong. It cruises at any speed in Germanic luxury. The seats provide plenty of adjustment and support during spirited driving and fatigue free comfort during long hauls. The suspension, steering and brakes are world class, even by today's standards.

    This a solid, rust free three owner 79,000 mile car. The original Ziebart rust protection sticker still adorns the driver's side door jamb. This is as fine a driver quality E24 as you will find in North America.

    These were $37,000 cars off the showroom floor. Today they are an affordable classic. Cars from the '80's provide a great opportunity to acquire and drive classic cars at bargain prices. Not all makes and models will ascend to high prices, but well maintained cars that appeal to enthusiasts will likely deliver steady appreciation in the near and long term. This is one of those cars.

  • Up for sale is this gorgeous 1982 BMW 633CSi, a.k.a The Shark or, the Big Coupe.

    This car is equipped with a rare manual 5-speed transmission. It is in unmodified and unmolested mechanical condition. As close to factory original as you will find.

    This was BMW's top of the line halo car, successor to the legendary 3.0CS. These cars oozed class and delivered a driving experience that belied it's size. This is most notably evidenced by the fact that you could NOT get a manual transmission in a Mercedes 500SEC or 500SL. The Big Coupe is powered by a fuel injected silky smooth straight six displacing 3.2 liters putting out nearly 200 horsepower and and 240 lbs of torque. Lighter, faster and better handling than either of the big Benz two doors it earned its Ultimate Driving Machine moniker.

    This car is in excellent running and cosmetic condition. It has a recent high quality respray and very nice bright work throughout. The glass is perfect. The windows and sunroof all open and close smoothly. The original blue leather interior shows only minimal wear. There are no rips, tear or stains. The dash, door panels and headliner are in great shape. All of the lights, gauges and instrumentation work as they should. The AC blows ice cold. There is currently an aftermarket AM/FM cassette player that sounds great through the tuner (I am fresh out of cassette tapes). The power antenna is not working but is manually retractable. The original spare, tire tools and jack are intact and the tool kit is 95% complete. The wheels have been restored and are clad with brand new rubber.

    There is lots of recent maintenance on this car with documentation to prove it.

    This European Grand Touring car is a pleasure to drive. The motor pulls hard through the entire rev range and the transmission shifts like butter. The clutch is strong. It cruises at any speed in Germanic luxury. The seats provide plenty of adjustment and support during spirited driving and fatigue free comfort during long hauls. The suspension, steering and brakes are world class, even by today's standards.

    This a solid, rust free three owner 79,000 mile car. The original Ziebart rust protection sticker still adorns the driver's side door jamb. This is as fine a driver quality E24 as you will find in North America.

    These were $37,000 cars off the showroom floor. Today they are an affordable classic. Cars from the '80's provide a great opportunity to acquire and drive classic cars at bargain prices. Not all makes and models will ascend to high prices, but well maintained cars that appeal to enthusiasts will likely deliver steady appreciation in the near and long term. This is one of those cars.

    Up for sale is this gorgeous 1982 BMW 633CSi, a.k.a The Shark or, the Big Coupe.

    This car is equipped with a rare manual 5-speed transmission. It is in unmodified and unmolested mechanical condition. As close to factory original as you will find.

    This was BMW's top of the line halo car, successor to the legendary 3.0CS. These cars oozed class and delivered a driving experience that belied it's size. This is most notably evidenced by the fact that you could NOT get a manual transmission in a Mercedes 500SEC or 500SL. The Big Coupe is powered by a fuel injected silky smooth straight six displacing 3.2 liters putting out nearly 200 horsepower and and 240 lbs of torque. Lighter, faster and better handling than either of the big Benz two doors it earned its Ultimate Driving Machine moniker.

    This car is in excellent running and cosmetic condition. It has a recent high quality respray and very nice bright work throughout. The glass is perfect. The windows and sunroof all open and close smoothly. The original blue leather interior shows only minimal wear. There are no rips, tear or stains. The dash, door panels and headliner are in great shape. All of the lights, gauges and instrumentation work as they should. The AC blows ice cold. There is currently an aftermarket AM/FM cassette player that sounds great through the tuner (I am fresh out of cassette tapes). The power antenna is not working but is manually retractable. The original spare, tire tools and jack are intact and the tool kit is 95% complete. The wheels have been restored and are clad with brand new rubber.

    There is lots of recent maintenance on this car with documentation to prove it.

    This European Grand Touring car is a pleasure to drive. The motor pulls hard through the entire rev range and the transmission shifts like butter. The clutch is strong. It cruises at any speed in Germanic luxury. The seats provide plenty of adjustment and support during spirited driving and fatigue free comfort during long hauls. The suspension, steering and brakes are world class, even by today's standards.

    This a solid, rust free three owner 79,000 mile car. The original Ziebart rust protection sticker still adorns the driver's side door jamb. This is as fine a driver quality E24 as you will find in North America.

    These were $37,000 cars off the showroom floor. Today they are an affordable classic. Cars from the '80's provide a great opportunity to acquire and drive classic cars at bargain prices. Not all makes and models will ascend to high prices, but well maintained cars that appeal to enthusiasts will likely deliver steady appreciation in the near and long term. This is one of those cars.

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    • 1982 BMW 633CSi 3.2L 6 Cyl 

    1982 BMW 633csi Coupe, also known as “The Shark”. This is a Rare 5 speed Coupe with 216,000 original miles! One Owner vehicle in excellent shape! It is absolutely original and beautifully maintained ! This car is a must see, a real head turner! The 6 Cylinder engine gives good performance ! The sports tuned suspension hugs the road like nobody’s business. Original Euro Bumpers. Original Sapphire Blue Paint exterior in excellent shape, you are going to have a hard time finding one like this. The Blue Leather interior of this ride is in very good Condition and is a sign of the excellent care and attention that this vehicle has seen since it was new. The matching Blue Carpet shows like new as well. Recently serviced, everything under the hood is in perfect shape.

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I’ve recently been on a bit of a kick enjoying the looks of the BBS Mahle wheels. I’m not entirely sure why they appeal more to me today than they did last week, or last year, or even when my father had a set on his 1982 BMW 633CSi two decades ago. Then, I felt they looked outdated and undersized and really preferred the looks of the RS wheels he later placed on the CSi; but there’s a certain purity about the original design that I really like. Generally associated with the E9 and E24 models, the BBS Mahle wheels also made an appearance on the E21 320is. Today’s example is stunning in Henna Red with claimed original condition and lower mileage; but does that support the high asking price?