Walking around a Bronzit Brown 1983 BMW 533i. This car was only available in 1983/4 as a U.S. only offering. It had the lightest body and biggest motor of the time and in 1984 it was the fastest sedan sold in the U.S. It would later be followed by the 535i and eventually the M5. The walk around shows the body (rear bumper and moldings removed to show what work needs to be done) and lets you hear the M30B32 motor in all it's glory. The exhuast is a 'custom' 3" pipe ending in a glass pack, cherry bomb. The motor reaches operating temp. right as I hit the engine bay. My main goal is to get feedback on the engine noise and 'slap.' The motor pulls very strong for having 200K+ miles on it.