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were considering letting go of our project car.

it really pains me but with the m3 and tony (marines2060) busy with race cars time is not available.

build thread : http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=239879

CA title is clean and in hand

year: 1970

make: bmw

model: 2002

engine: m10 w/ weber carb

wheels: steelies

interior: is mostly complete, all seats are missing car is gutted and caged

status: car is currently a roller only, engine and interior is all out.

we still have all the removed parts stored and will come with the car.

body work: engine bay is shaved

turbo flares are molded into the body

kamei rep air dam is also molded in

car has zero rust

custom cage

borla straight pipe with Ireland engineering long tube headers

engine is stock

suspension is stock

car is currently in primer and has been sitting for like 5 months un touched

we have a spread sheet on the car on what we have spent on it.

the car has a ridiculous amount of time into it.

if we cant get a reasonable amount we would most likely just hang on to it.

send me some offers, I just want to see it done even if its not by us

more pics in build thread.




Year: 1970

Make: bmw

Model: 2002

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