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1974 2002Tii (M2) project


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RARE OPPORTUNITY! Up for sale is my 1974 BMW 2002tii (M2) project. The project needs completion but the hard work has been done. PLEASE DON'T ASK ME THE RESERVE AND DON'T BID IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE MONEY! This project comes with a genuine 1974 2002 Tii shell that has been painted in Inka Orange! the finish is beautiful!!! The body was baking soda blasted to bare metal, any panels that were not solid were repaired or replaced. A new nose was installed to meet the quality standard of this job. All seams and welds were leaded. A ecoat was applied, primed, blocked, finish primed and then painted inside and out. New bright work was installed, doors and hood were properly aligned and interior and under chassis was sprayed with rust inhibitor and sound deadening. New side marker lights were installed along with poly bushings, upgraded sway bars, bilstein sport shocks and sport springs. Unfortunately, the painter/mechanic that was supervising the project died and the interior was lost. The car will need an interior, some exterior parts and a gas tank. If you don't see it in the pictures, assume it needs it (or ask). Car comes with a stout S14 motor and trans with @ 87,000 miles on it. It has the wiring harness and motronic unit. The motor is valued at 10 - 12 K on it's on. If you want to inspect the motor it is in Pittsburgh, PA. The car is in VA and I m willing to meet serious buyers. I would have to travel to VA. I reserve the right to remove this listing at any time and it maybe sold locally. The reserve is reasonable for what your buying! Have you tried to find a S14 lately! This complete package will make a $30 -35K dollar ride once completed! I have over 250 pics available. GOOD LUCK!
I have more pics available. I can't post a link for them so you will need to contact me so I can send you the link. I have pics of the motor in this batch. Please ask any questions you want now, you may call me on 412-818-3739.







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