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320 E21 BMW 1980

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All thoughts welcome, thank you for your time.


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Hello, I have a Sapphire Metallic Blue 1980 BMW 320 Grey Market car in storage. This car was originally purchased in Germany and imported to the U.S through Washington State in 1980. It has a clear WI title and was running when I stored it 15 years ago. It has a 5 speed dog leg tight ratio manual transmission, independent suspension, LSD, with BBS brakes. This is the M20 "baby six"slant six cylinder motor with Aluminum head, cast iron block, headers, and a 4-barrel carburetor... it goes like a rocket. As well as a dealer installed fire extinguisher mounted on the front of the drivers seat (see pics). It has an aftermarket Alpine stereo with Pioneer and Pyramid speakers. There is rust, dings, dents, scratches, and needs seat upholstery work. I planned to restore it myself so it comes with new fenders, emblems, and a carb kit. My work has taken me out east and I don't have time or space to hold on to it any more. I am asking $2000 or best offer.

Thanks, Rich

FYI - Glenn C. in Ohio, I can not send email to your last email address, please respond the car is ready.

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