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Little OT - looked at a Euro 72 3.0 CSI today........

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Ex Italy, imported 15+ years ago by an Air Force officer stationed here (Sacramento). Chamonix / blue fabric, 4 speed, power windows, non-sunroof, 2 sets of wheels (2 piece Rikens & 14x6 turbines), new tires, current registration.

Seats tatty, carpets shot, side panels fair, wood poor, multiple dash cracks, headliner excellent, door, hood & side window seals badly dried out, good glass, decent chrome, vintage Nardi wheel with deteriorated surface & BMW crest missing from horn button, WIERD trunk mounted a/c system.

Very little visible rust (floors and rockers solid as far as I can tell, mostly original paint, one fair sized ding in the rear panel and rear bumper, no damage to the rear lights.

Cranks and has spark but doesn't run, can't hear the the fuel pump at all with the ignition on. Seller is looking for $3500, says he's flexible. I'm guessing a fairer price is closer to $2500. Opinions?

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