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Holy e21 Touring Batman!

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Wow - that looks like a cross between a Saab 900 and Chevy Citation.

http://www.bmwe21.net/?page_id=150

E21 Touring

In November 1976 BMW Dealership Faigel in Saulgau/Wurttemberg (Germany) introduces a self-made touring version of the E21. It is inspired by the 02 tourings and also shows resemblance with the contemporary Audi Avant.

Thanks to Ralf Ziegler, E21 specialist of the 3er Club Deutschland, I now know that Faigel only built three. It seems one car was wrecked. The second car (the dark car on the photo below) was sold privately in 1988 for abt €/$ 4.500 and rumour has it it is no longer among us as well. The third car, the bright one displayed below, is still owned by the Faigel family and was fully restored in 1991.

Photo courtesy of www.3er-club.de

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The C pillar looks like its from an M1.

John

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Schulz did a few E28 tourings. One of our mye28.comrades from Netherlands brought one over several years ago.

e28touring_3.jpg

e28touring_10.jpg

Another E28:

e28touring1.jpg

I've seen several E23 wagons, both in FL.

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I much prefer Jenn's e36...

t

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The E21 touring is indeed a weird little car just like the E12 touring that around somewhere on the net.

In my opinion the E28 looks the best.

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