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Production Numbers

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

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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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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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Hi,

greetings from Portugal.

I'm a new owner of a pre-71 BMW 1602 but after check in the informations that we have here i could not find the range of the vin number.

vin chassis: 1063700/VN

motor: 1063700

according to your table, there were some cars that was send to Portugal as a CKD, but also don't have that range...is after and near of the last pre-71 1600-2, and the 1602 only makes reference to Mod-71

Any information it would be important.

Regards

João Paulo

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On 1/27/2020 at 10:07 AM, João Paulo Gonçalves said:

Hi,

greetings from Portugal.

I'm a new owner of a pre-71 BMW 1602 but after check in the informations that we have here i could not find the range of the vin number.

vin chassis: 1063700/VN

motor: 1063700

according to your table, there were some cars that was send to Portugal as a CKD, but also don't have that range...is after and near of the last pre-71 1600-2, and the 1602 only makes reference to Mod-71

Any information it would be important.

Regards

João Paulo

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Hi João Paulo,

I have only just seen your query. I do hope you read this. You certainly have an interesting number.

Is it possible that the number in the document has been mistyped  and should really be 1.060.370. You may be able to confirm this by checking the number that is actually on the vehicle and engine. You will find the number stamped onto the rear of the right hand wing and on the chassis number plate under the bonnet near the RH strut. The engine number is stamped on the block where the starter motor attaches to the block.

Let us know how you get on.

Regards

John.

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3 hours ago, JohnH said:

Hi João Paulo,

I have only just seen your query. I do hope you read this. You certainly have an interesting number.

Is it possible that the number in the document has been mistyped  and should really be 1.060.370. You may be able to confirm this by checking the number that is actually on the vehicle and engine. You will find the number stamped onto the rear of the right hand wing and on the chassis number plate under the bonnet near the RH strut. The engine number is stamped on the block where the starter motor attaches to the block.

Let us know how you get on.

Regards

John.

 

Hi John,

i don't have anymore that 1602, sold it to someone that going to restore it but i check all the numbers and it was a matching number car, stamped on the frame and the engine also have same. After that i sold also a 2002 from 71 and also a matching number car and also a assembled car in Vendas Novas.

Now i'm with a Mercedes W123 280CE.

Regards

João

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