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Production Numbers

Production numbers of different variations of 2002s and other Neue Klasse cars.
 

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Model

1500 (1962−64) 23,554

1600 (1964−66) 7,728

1800 (1963−72) 146,960

1800 TI/SA (1964−65) 200

2000 (1966−72) 143,464

2000 C/CS (1965−69) 13,921

02 series (1966−76) 861,940

2002 turbo (1973−74) 1,672

Baur Cabriolet (1967−75)

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Quick question: I have a 74 2002 which according to VIN and the list above would be a Model 74. It was built in March of 74 according to my research. It has round tail lights. Does that seem correct? It doesn't look like it's been altered. It's also a 6 fuse electrical box which seems odd, but may no be. Thanks for your insight.

Nate

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Surprised at how few right hand drive BMW 1600 were built. I have a 1600 and chassis is between numbers 1550001 and 1550628. Only 628 built between 66 to Dec 67. Mine is a Jan 67.

Are those number correct?

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On 2/11/2016 at 6:36 PM, ncfoto said:

Quick question: I have a 74 2002 which according to VIN and the list above would be a Model 74. It was built in March of 74 according to my research. It has round tail lights. Does that seem correct? It doesn't look like it's been altered. It's also a 6 fuse electrical box which seems odd, but may no be. Thanks for your insight.

Nate

 

What sub-model is your car? Is it, per chance, a Euro-spec touring model?

 

Can you provide photos of your car’s VIN numbers:

 

1.) “chassis number” stamped into the outer edge of the right inner fender,

2.) metal VIN tag riveted onto the right inner fender,

3.) metal VIN tag riveted onto the top of the steering column, near the instrument cluster,

4.) paper VIN tag on the rear panel of the left-side (driver’s) door, and

5.) engine number, stamped into a flat boss at the rear of the block’s left side, just above the starter?

 

6-fuse fuse boxes were last used in April 1971, being replaced by the re-vamped Modell 71, with a twelve-fuse fuse box, at that time. The last round taillight conventional ‘02’s were manufactured in July 1973, but touring models continued to use round taillights into the square taillight era.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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