For $4,400, is this BMW 635CSI a Gute Fahrt?

There presently isn't a CSI Atlanta edition, however it's inevitable that every city in the U.S. get its own spin-off of that crime drama. Should that be the case, today's Georgia-based Nice Price or Crack Pipe 635CSi could certainly star, but only if its price proves a key piece of evidence. » 5/16/11 8:00am 5/16/11 8:00am

1985 BMW 635CSI Euro Thrash for $11,995!

Typically, when cars from the old country make the trip across the Atlantic, they get their cojones lopped. However, that's not the case with today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer, which should sound off like it's got a pair. » 4/26/10 8:00am 4/26/10 8:00am

LeMons Torture Test Results: BMW E24/E28

The E24 and E28 are pretty similar under the skin, so they get put in the same box here… and in that box, we find mostly sadness! Still, these cars have great LeMons potential, once the bugs have been worked out. » 1/17/10 10:00pm 1/17/10 10:00pm

Guibo Failure Sidelines Mad Science's 6 Series, But Not For Long!

As proof that this site serves as a corrupting influence on our readers, PCH Poster Child Mad_Science read our LeMons coverage and became convinced that building a LeMons car would be a good idea. » 8/16/09 5:00am 8/16/09 5:00am

24 Hours Of LeMons Arse Freeze-A-Palooza Über Gallery: The Bavarian…

17 BMW-based teams showed up at the '08 Arse Freeze, which makes BMW the most numerous marque at the race. Why is that? Well, BMWs are practically race cars right out of the box, with great suspensions and big brakes, and the incredible cost of repairing a 20-year-old example and/or getting one to pass California's… » 1/09/09 2:00pm 1/09/09 2:00pm

1982 BMW 633CSi

Welcome to Down On The Street » 10/31/08 9:00am 10/31/08 9:00am, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. The BMW E24 is not exactly an endangered species, but it's such a good-looking car that every single one I see in Alameda qualifies for this series. Never mind that I have…

1983 BMW 633CSi

Welcome to Down On The Street » 9/23/08 8:09am 9/23/08 8:09am, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. I've been seeing a fair number of E24 BMWs in Alameda lately, so let's add this one to the DOTS parade. We've had , , and so far, and now it's the turn of another '83 (I've been…

Bavaria In The Rockies: A Trio Of Colorado BMW Survivors

This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than Island That Rust Forgot. I've got quite the stockpile of photographs from Denver, thanks to Kitt, EJacobs, and my own bimonthly visits to the Mile High City. Today we're going to have another … » 7/25/08 3:00pm 7/25/08 3:00pm

1987 BMW M6

We love the BMW 6 series cars around here, and so far we've seen an '83 633CSi and an '87 L6 parked on the Alameda street. You fans of the early 5 and 7 series BMWs will have your day, as I'm going to shoot at least one example of each for this series... but that's going to have to wait, because we've got a "stop the… » 6/25/08 9:00am 6/25/08 9:00am

Jalopnik's BMW 633CSi

Somewhere on the road between Project Car Hell and the Jalopnik Fantasy Garage is a place known as reality. And since today is apparently BMW 633CSi day, we thought we'd share what our reality is. This is my personal '83 633CSi. It's not quite old enough to be a real classic, and it's certainly not new enough to be a… » 5/06/08 6:00pm 5/06/08 6:00pm

PCH, Upscale BMW Coupe Edition: 1967 2000C or 1984 633CSi?

In another setback to French dreams of displaying the All-Time Eternal Project Car Damnation MegaTrophy (which turns into a pile of red powder within a few weeks) at the top of the Eiffel Tower, the hybridized British Leyland machine obliterated the Peugeot diesel in yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll. The endless… » 5/06/08 5:20pm 5/06/08 5:20pm

1983 BMW 633CSi

We've only had one 6-series BMW so far in this series, so when I saw this '83 parked just around the corner from the '74 Porsche 911 Targa, I figured it was worth shooting. This one is a good example of a solid daily-driven car; a few scars, but nothing too serious.
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