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3200 cs... not what I thought it would be

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Interesting. Probably cost as much to restore as you'd pay for the car - maybe more. Not as though you can call Blunt for parts.

Bob Napier

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strange, I remember seeing one of these in Sausalito about 1969, never forgot the nose and side pillar badges, thats my first BMW moment, 43 years later I am still tryin to learn German

Dave Miller

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That is really cool, but what a potential time-sink. I bet you'd have to make most of the replacement parts, given the rarity.

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Let's see what Wayne Carini is really made of!...he seems to migrate towards Eyetalian cars, and this is about as close as we get...

Dave V. in NC

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Paul,

I have a really nice poster of one, got it from 'parc.de' . There was one for sale a few years ago at Copely Motor Cars

Tim

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It looks like a Coupe and an Alfa love child.

Considering Nuccio Bertone designed the 3200cs and Giorgetto Giugiaro (while working for Bertone) designed the Alfa's, you're not far off the mark.

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that is some serious coin for a car in that condition. Hagerty lists the value at ~$125k, condition 1! I don't see the restoration costs justifying the investment...

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