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320i close ratio transmission


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I have a 75' 02 with a 320 close ratio transmission

in it and have someone who is interested in it. He

wants to swap my transmission for a 320 overdrive

and cash. How much is my transmission worth?

thanks in advance

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The one for the 325 M20 engine sells for around $900/$1k. Your transmission is pretty rare and should command a price of around $1000 too if in good shape.

An overdrive 5 speed sells from $50 to $250.

Price of an item depends on demand.

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I just got a CR for the baby six (early e21) stamped with the block ID (M60) and says 242 in the back.

BUT, I haven't found any reference for a 5 speed sport 242 model.

What do the part gurus think?

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You basically have to remove the transmission tunnel and refab one to fit. The 265 is both much wider and taller than the 245... also weighs about 60 lbs more. I looked at doing this on my 68' SC 2002... but decided I didn't want to ruin my car by cutting it all up just for a tranny install.

You can find 265 CR in early euro 6 series... also the 88-91 M3. Cost used is about $700-$1.2K. Rebuilt is $1800+.

I personally like them better than any other BMW tranny I've used. Have that CR in 5 of my cars.... love how they put the 4 most used gears right where they should be!

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Same external dimensions. No need to cut the transmision tunnel. The bigger trannies for big sixes and e30 M3 are much bigger though and require surgery.

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