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wonder if this is the infamous one...

Hi Jay,

Thanks for the post.... I just noticed it now. I am not sure what you mean by "the infamous one', but I assume you are referring to the infamous "Baur in the Bush", that was spotted by satellite near Fort Bragg, Ca, and has since disappeared.

Nice thought, but this is not that car.

The owner of the cars in your pic has contacted us. We are friends on Facebook, and he is communicating with us on Baurspotting. His name is Curtis W.. He no longer owns the black TC2 Baur, btw, which he incidentally bought in the PNW from a post in Baurspotting. I believe he still owns the other cars in the pic.

The cars in your pic are the same ones you spotted near San Gabriel, CA and sent to us. Thank you again for doing that, and for this post!

It is, indeed, a Small Baur World!


Curtis is listed on my friends list in Facebook, if you would like to contact him.



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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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