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The BMW 633CSi


In the 1970’s BMW was working on the 3.0 CS replacement. Originally wanting to go taller, VP Bob Lutz proposed an alternate lower path. The BMW 6 Series. Production started in 1976 with the 630 CS (CS stand for Coupe Sport) and the more powerful 633 CSi. The 633 CSi sported a 3.3 liter straight-six engine and one of worlds first “onboard computer and service interval indicators" (bmwblog).

Our customer, Wayne, emailed us some photos of his 1984 633CSi with a dead-match combo of Black and Red Cocomats. Thanks Wayne!

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