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So I've been looking at many online sites as well as following what pops up here. I've looked at several cars online and I am talking with owners of a few. Here is what I am looking for just in case any one knows of a car.

1. 72 or 73 non TII

2. Straight body - no accidents or rust if possible

3. Daily driver quality paint - Resonable nicks and chips ok

3. Good interior but does not need to be perfect

4. All bumpers - Not fonder of the "No Front Bumper" look

5. Stock suspension ok - will look at cars that have been lowered

6. The motor needs to be a driver now and can have modifications

Wow now that I read this back it sounds pretty picky. So far the non TIIs in these years have been far and few between. Most non TIIs are 75s or 76s at a dealer and the prices on these dealer cars are crazy. I am in California but not opposed to having a car shipped from out of state.

I sold my last 02 back in the early 80s and I want another one.

Thank you for any input or direction.


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I'm in Colorado, but I'm selling my 73. Agave/Tobacco, All original, absolutely NO modifications. Very clean and original non-sunroof. One-Owner before me (bought it in December).

Email me if interested...thanks.

Would also love to see some photos of the car including some under carriage pics.

Sam Adams
72 Inka 2000tii Touring, 1968 Manila 1600-2, 2007 X3 3.0Si, 1965 Bristol 1800ti Project, 1965 1800 Shell

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Oh, THIS is the guy from Colorado that sold the red '73? I'd stay very far away if I were you...


mdh...thanks for your link, but that wasn't my my car. I posted it on here for the guy who had originally bought it from me, many years before. I suggested to caged bunny, that he get a PPI, and he passed.

As for my Agave car...anyone interested is more than welcome to come look at the car. I will also be taking pics this weekend when the Bilsteins go in.


Polaris '71 2002tii Touring

DS '88 M3

Agave '73 2002

e46 Touring

Titanium 05 X3 Si


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