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1975 March 752 formula 2 car with BMW M12/7


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A 1975 300 hp vintage BMW formula 2 car for 69,000 EUR ! ex Team Warsteiner car. high on my bucket list

http://www.racecarsforsale.com/historic-racing-cars/march-752-bmw-m12-7.html

Video of the March 752 in action

Nothing like the sound of an M12/7 - unmistakable, not an M10 made (with any cam) that makes that sound. The F2 cars are cool for sure, I rather fancy a LOLA T-298 or Chevron B23.....:)

www.alpinabmw2002.com

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A 1975 300 hp vintage BMW formula 2 car for 69,000 EUR ! ex Team Warsteiner car. high on my bucket list

http://www.racecarsforsale.com/historic-racing-cars/march-752-bmw-m12-7.html

Video of the March 752 in action

Nothing like the sound of an M12/7 - unmistakable, not an M10 made (with any cam) that makes that sound. The F2 cars are cool for sure, I rather fancy a LOLA T-298 or Chevron B23.....:)

www.alpinabmw2002.com

Mark, could you please email me at mojojoy at gmail dot com

i have a question for you!

Daniel

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