Selling my 1984 733i. Black/Black, 210k, auto (or convert to speed?). Very clean West Coast/Portland, Oregon car now residing in Raleigh, NC. Never any accidents, zero rust, just clean, straight example of the classic, getting harder to find early 1980's BMW-the famed e23! These special cars are bound to do nothing but increase in value over time. All original except for Pioneer CD player and Magnaflow exhaust. I've spared no expense on this car and have over $6,000 in receipts within the last months from local bmw shop here in Raleigh, who you are more than welcome to contact, too much to list here. can tell you this car spent 40+hours on the lift going through everything mechanical on the car, front to back here in 2016, everything from the notorious vacuum leaks on the hvac system to new bilsteins all the way around, newly refinished e38 rims (from 2001 740) to the new tires, fluids, full tuneup, etc. No leaks and the vacuum system works like new. Hot Heat and Cold A/C! Absolutely no fluid leaks, or smoke. The original Pirelli? spare tire has never hit the ground and every tool is still in the trunk. The car has always been garaged. The interior is probably one of the cleanest and well kept around, I'd say an 8-8.5 out of 10. The dash does have few cracks, but that'd be an easy find for replacement should you prefer to make perfect. I'd say the black paint is 7-8 out of 10. Overall, rare example of the classic e23 chassis in great condition and in great condition for 32 year old car. Clean NC Title in my name. A special second car included in sale for parts or restoration; 1983 BMW 733i. NC car it's entire life, no rust, no accidents, very straight chassis, manual speed Euro Close-Ratio Transmission, (known as the "dog-leg" gearbox), with 3.8 liter inline from 1988 735i, "punched out" to 3.8L, Schrick Cam, Stalh Headers, car has complete drive-train, etc. can put you in touch with the owner that built this car, he bought the gearbox from Switzerland, built the motor, etc..The motor may need to be gone-through bit, it seemed bit tired last saw it run, but it's all there. The car suffered from sitting for couple of years, which believe led to it's demise. Approximately 120k miles on motor and gearbox, 168k on chassis, so don't think it's anything too major. I picked up the parts/burgundy manual e23 thinking at some point I'd do speed manual swap on the black car, but 3rd baby and new house force this sale. I'm happy to assist with shipping. I'm asking $9,500 or best offer for both cars and if you're only interested in the Black/Black car, I'm happy to entertain reasonable offers, and you can text/call to my cell: 919-333-6930 to discuss.
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