+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 20 of 37

Hybrid View

  1. #1
    Naomi
    Guest
    Location
    , ,
    Member No: Naomi's Avatar


    Yes | No

    I have my Mom's 85 csi bmw

    Can someone help to find out what I should ask for it? HELP. It has 75,000 original miles. New bsi rims/tires. ect. I'm lost. Its black/black leather, recaro seats ect.

  2. #2
    Registered Member
    Location
    , , United States
    Member No: 56335 ibew595 is an unknown quantity at this point ibew595's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2002
    Posts
    1,287
    Rep Power
    0


    Yes | No

    see edmunds.com & kbb.com


    Mt. Hamilton,San Jose, CA.2003
    2000 740i Impala brown

    My baby
    BMW Food for the soul

    alt="Click for Lahaina, Hawaii Forecast" height=40 width=467>



    Kevin Goto

  3. #3
    Registered Member
    Location
    Sunnyvale, california, United States
    Member No: 6633 bobbo6 is an unknown quantity at this point bobbo6's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Posts
    1,736
    Rep Power
    0


    Yes | No

    Edmunds or KBB will not be much help >>>

    for a 20 year old car.

    However, since it's a 6er, I use that board all the time as a 6er owner too!

    Just post your info (E24 board) as much as you know, including any pics which are always helpful.

    BTW, where are you? I'm down in the south bay, Sunnyvale!
    Cheers, Bob


  4. #4
    Naomi
    Guest
    Location
    , ,
    Member No: Naomi's Avatar


    Yes | No

    Re: Edmunds or KBB will not be much help >>>

    Santa Barbara area :()

  5. #5
    Registered Member
    Location
    El Sobrante, CA, United States
    Member No: 95952 blakjak20 is an unknown quantity at this point blakjak20's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Posts
    355
    Rep Power
    0


    Yes | No

    85 630CSi? look in the driver's side door

    bobbo correct me if i'm wrong
    and find the VIN # and check it out...
    never heard of a 630 in my life... at least not in NA
    i thought after 84 it changed from the 633CSi to the 635CSi
    and with 75k miles
    don't sell it :)
    that's what i say
    i landed my buddy an 86 alpineweiss with 128k and loads of records for 3400
    guy wanted 4900, dropped to 3900, we cut off another 500 after test driving the sexy monster
    keep!!!! it's a gem

    88 528e Auto 148k and Still Climbing
    Finished Projects: Pioneer DEH-P860MP, 2 Sets MB Quart Premium Components w/ X-Overs, Directed 500W 4-Channel Amp pushing all speakers.

  6. #6
    Registered Member
    Location
    Sunnyvale, california, United States
    Member No: 6633 bobbo6 is an unknown quantity at this point bobbo6's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Posts
    1,736
    Rep Power
    0


    Yes | No

    OK, some model ID info >>>

    The 630 CSi was the first 6er on these shores, available only in '77. It was quickly replaced in '78 with the 633, which was available thru '84. Ian is correct on this one. 1985 represents the model year that BMW finally offered the 635 CSi in North America, alhtough still way down on power compared to it's European cousin. Too bad, we waited 7 years and it had like 2 more HP than the 633!!!

    Anyway, Ian has some good ideas for you Naomi. Run the VIN, or have it done thru CARFAX or other establishment. This will tell you what model you really have there. You can check in various places on the car itself, like the drivers door jam, under the hood on the right side, for instance.

    It is most likely a 635 CSi US version. Oh, you can also tell US versus Euro version very easily. Does it have giant bumpers?, or trim little chrome ones. What is the language on the gauges inside? Small bumpers and German writing?, Euro version. Easy!

    Last thoughts, unless you really need/want to get rid of this car, hang on to her!!! True, may drain your wallet a little, but these cars are gems, fun to drive and equally fun to be seen in. Especially for a female, as most owners/drivers of 6ers are male. 75k is relatively low miles for a 6er and any 20 year old car for that matter. And if has truly been covered for a good part of its life, all the better. Sun tends to take its toll on the plastic parts and interior.

    OK, 6 series class is over for now :)
    Cheers, Bob


  7. #7
    Naomi
    Guest
    Location
    , ,
    Member No: Naomi's Avatar


    Yes | No

    Re: OK, some model ID info >>>

    Thank you all, but still a mystery.....on VIN check it shows
    1985 BMW 635CSI but everywhere on car says 630....do I have a winner? I can't keep her :(....she was my Mom's and I don't need another car...I want her garaged as she was for 20 yrs. I dont have room in mine and I hate to say this "american" cars LOL

  8. #8
    Naomi
    Guest
    Location
    , ,
    Member No: Naomi's Avatar


    Yes | No

    Re: I have my Mom's 85 csi bmw

    Ok, can someone tell me what the difference between and 630 and 633 csi is? This is tough. The car has been garaged for months. Covered and everywhere I read is about 633 csi, not 630's.....I know she paid a lot for it in 85....and just kept it covered. Not much saying about it in the edmonds.com

+ Reply to Thread


Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

     

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
1e2 Forum