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-72 Bmw 2000 Touring M2 Conversion

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S14 2.3 engine with Getrag 262 CR transmission. 88k miles. Modified to fit 2002. Baffeled oil pan from 2002. Poly engine and transmission mounts.

Poly bushings throughout the suspension Turbo front brakes, 325i rear discs, E12 brake master cylinder and tii brake booster , 3.64 diff with 40% LSD (new bearings, but need shimming), 2.5 "exhaust system, tinted glass, KN sports air filter, Turbo radiator with electric fan, Oil cooler, Alpina 7x15 "wheels. 2 new tires and 2 worn out. Recaro oldtimer bucket seats(rare and expensive). Ireland Engineering adjustable strut, 2.5" springs f/r, Bilstein shocks, K-Mac strut bearings, ø22 and ø19 roll bars (adjustable), Heigo roll cage, glassfibre rear bumper (unpainted).

The car was rebuilt 1991-95, and repainted BMW rennsport. Has been stored indoors all the time. The car is in overall good condition. Some rust bubbles have popped up near the lip on the door panel and it is probably easiest to replace this door panel. The rocker panels on both sides were replaced when the car was rebuilt.

Ready for race or autocrossing.

Location: Norway

Year: 1972

Make: BMW

Model: 2000 touring

Body and Interior: Recaro

Engine and Drivetrain: S14 2.3

Getrag 262 CR

Suspension, Brakes: 2.5" race springs

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