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Old 6th May 2011, 09:22   #1
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is my car a E63 or E64?

guys can anyone tell me if my car is a E63 or E64? i have a 2007 m6. what is the diffrence between E63 and E64?
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Old 6th May 2011, 10:19   #2
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Lets make it a little more complicated then, does you car have a hard or softap.

Answers in the question.

Seriously E63 is the coupe, e64 is the softop
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thanks its a hard top
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Wait so if I have a convertible then I have an e64?

Is the e64 a different car then the e63?

Are they both made by BMW?
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Wait so if I have a convertible then I have an e64?

Is the e64 a different car then the e63?

Are they both made by BMW?
Yeah they are different: one is a coupe (E63) and the other is a convertible/cabio (E64). Both are BMW 6 series cars (which were made from 2004 - 2010). The M6 was made from 2005 - 2010 in both E63 and E64 bodies.

Don't confuse the BMW body ID of "E63" with a Mercedes Benz model of the same name.

The model names (not body IDs) for the BMW E63/E64 were:
- 630 (never sold in the U.S.)
- 645
- 650
- M6

They were all made by Bavarian elves in Dingolfing, Germany (where BMW makes 5, 6 and 7 series cars).
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thanks its a hard top
if it's a hard top it's an e63 then
E64 is for the convertible version
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Are they both made by BMW?
Yes, except for the counterfeit ones with the Kia motors in them from that chop shop in Juarez.
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Yeah they are different: one is a coupe (E63) and the other is a convertible/cabio (E64). Both are BMW 6 series cars (which were made from 2004 - 2010). The M6 was made from 2005 - 2010 in both E63 and E64 bodies.

Don't confuse the BMW body ID of "E63" with a Mercedes Benz model of the same name.

The model names (not body IDs) for the BMW E63/E64 were:
- 630 (never sold in the U.S.)
- 645
- 650
- M6

They were all made by Bavarian elves in Dingolfing, Germany (where BMW makes 5, 6 and 7 series cars).
It was a joke guess it didnt go too well

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You never know what people don't know. Sure as I would have made some smartass reply, it would have been an honest question and and my reply wouldn't have gone too well.

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(glad you were kidding)
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Wait so if I have a convertible then I have an e64?

Is the e64 a different car then the e63?

Are they both made by BMW?
lol and i thought he was serious too.
but the way mark explained it was nice and detailed.
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