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I have the opportunity to build a 2002 Baur out of a frame that was 'saved' from a Baur here in the states and the supporting brackets/ soft top.

So what is the value of a running driving 2002 versus a 2002 Baur? I have a tii motor and regular 2002 motor. Which is more desirable in a home made Baur, original or fuel injected?

Would it be worth it to convert it if I ended up selling it a year down the road or is it more of a niche market that would be worth more to me, the person putting it together?


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I missed your post, Paul, but Scott S. sent me the link to this old thread. I have posted an inquiry in my thread from last week, as well as posting it in Baurspotting and the original forum where it first appeared. I am betting it is the same car..... otherwise what a coincidence to have TWO Baur roof projects in the same state!! We shall see!


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1973 2002 Malaga (with frosting), 1982 323i Baur

1991 325ix (winter), 1977 320i (carbed), 1989 325ix

1989 325iC (summer), 1979 323i (project), 1978 320i (parts)


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Is it a Baur targa with the 2 part top or the Baur full convertible?

Id go with a carb engine car VS a TII where the maint parts are more $$.

I have seen Baurs between 8 to 25k. Really depends on the shape,

69 Baur 1600

71 Euro 02

75 02 w/ box flares

72 E3 73 E9

85 Baur 323 E30

99 Z3 coupe track car

08 Z4 coupe DD

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