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1976 BMW 633 CSi Custom convertible [E24]

1976 BMW 633 CSi [E24] in Back to the Future Part II, Movie, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: DE

1976 BMW 633 CSi Custom convertible [E24]

Position 00:17:44 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Owner of this vehicle: Griff2015

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2004-07-16 13:57

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Voiture du fils de Biff

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-- Last edit: 2007-04-09 18:22:43

Nights

2004-11-11 12:57

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C'est le petit-fils de Biff

Ralph DE

2005-06-26 16:21

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This car some time later...[Image: future15lh.8462.jpg]

Griff2015

2005-08-06 07:50

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I own this car now and have restored it to it's former glory.



more at:

http://www.bttfbmw.com

-- Last edit: 2005-08-06 07:55:48

antp BE

2005-08-06 10:23

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Nice work :)

Adrian US

2006-03-15 16:52

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Well this sure is an interesting E24. Look closely at the tailights in the picture. It looks like E21 3-series lights were used in place of the normal E24's. Weird. Guess that was part of this cars major modifications. Very brief use of this car, some minor running footage, no actual BMW engine/exhaust sounds used (typical since it's supposed to sound like a jet engine). The rear of this car appears to be a European model - look at the sheet metal strip/ridge under the rear license plate area - US spec cars would never have this, since US plates are more square and need addtional room to fit flushly with the body. The short rear bumpers are also a given the more I look at it. Strange they tagged on the 633csi badge. I really doubt this is a 633. It's obviously a euro-model. Also, look at the front air-dam, probably from a Euro-635csi.

griff2015

2006-03-28 21:06

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Well, yeah. it's a European spec 633. In fact, the car was imported over right from Germany. All the gauges are in German too.



The 320I Tail light lenses were used because of production costs. a modern 633 tail light lens costs $120 a piece. A 320I tail lens costs $20 each. When doing multiple takes of the lens geting damaged, it's better to cut costs and make something that closely fits. On camera, a close fit is fine. up close you can notice the differences and see how they don't fit perfectly.



There really wasn't any running footage of this car at all. it just sat there, so i don't know why you are saying anything about the BMW engine. The only movement you see is the car "landing" in the background with Griff and his gang in it. and since it was outside, there was no sound of a jet. in fact, there were no jet sounds anywhere except duing the time machine returning to the alternate 1985 while flying. it sounded like a planes fuselage just before the jet flew by.



The car is definitely a 633 CSI, again, straight from Germany. it was brought over in the late 70's or early 80's by someone who wanted a euro-car. and about your license plate question. look in the right side of the picture, you can see the license plate mounting hole.

that's where i put the bar-code license plate when i show off the car (even though it's not on the car during the movie.)
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Any further questions?

Adrian US

2006-03-28 22:57

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Wow, that's interesting stuff. Great photo too. I guess I thought the car was driving in one scene, but I do recall it being parked mostly. How long have you owned this car? What are those things on the wheels? Can you drive the car?

Silverstone UK

2006-07-19 03:41

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I always wanted this car as a kid, so it's great to see it saved! It's always facinating to know what happens to the lesser-important to the plot movie cars afterwards

dudley UK

2007-04-09 20:51

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Great car, great story. Do you think Mr Bangle was watching too: http://www.mwerks.com/artman/uploads/bmw_news/m6_xmas_header.jpg ?

landrover1 AR

2007-04-19 03:37

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cool i didnt know the car was still alive
i will check the site for know more

bubblejumper NL

2008-10-30 23:00

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Restoration and details were featured on jalopnik.com a few days ago.

direct link jalopnik.com/5067674/man-restores-griff-tannens-hover-bmw-from-back-to-the-future-2

Great to see this survived

Alisson miolA BR

2009-05-25 17:06

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My 1/18 model

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marioman3138 AU

2009-05-26 10:42

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very nice. I'm geusssing this (and the Jeep) are customs, as I've never seen them for sale. But if this was, I would buy it!

Alisson miolA BR

2009-05-27 01:27

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That's right! I've customized the models. See more details here: http://alissonmiola.multiply.com/photos

CAMAROFAN PH

2011-12-20 06:17

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really awesome !

globe199 US

2013-03-03 18:52

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This is a 1976 according to that Jalopnik article.

CRAFT372 US

2015-10-03 16:38

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Here is where the car is now enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5Ai0W7ddU4

antp BE

2015-10-19 20:24

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Currently for sale:
Link to "www.icollector.com"

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