Miller and Norburn E24: 61k Mile 1979 BMW 633CSi Alpina 4-Speed

  • July 07, 2020
Why We Like It

This E24 was modified by legendary BMW tuners Miller and Noburn out of North Carolina, who also happened to prepare many BMWs for IMSA and SCCA races. They were one of the only certified Alpina dealers in the US in 1979 and they modified this car to Alpina spec when it was new.

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It appears that there’s a small dent in the driver side fender, but the rest of the factory paint exterior, as well as the totally original tan leather interior, seem to be in great shape. The seller mentions recent maintenance and notes that he is the second owner since 1993.

The asking price here is right around E24 M6 values, so it’s tough to spend that much on a 633 CSi, but we feel that since Miller and Norburn added all the Alpina goodies that this car is worth it. Oh, and did we mention the cool Topaz Brown exterior color, the wooden Alpina steering wheel, and the vintage cell phone? Yeah, we are all in on this one.

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