bluehills2002

1974 BMW 2002 Tii (Verona) Ebay, no reserve

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Price: $10
Location: CA

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NM/NA. . . johnpeter hasn't seen fit to post this one, being sold by "estatesalespecialist" (gulp) with no reserve.  It does look like he has sold classic cars in the past.  I wonder if anyone knows the history of VIN 2781902?

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1974-BMW-2002-tii-/323722271378?oid=132975064905

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1 hour ago, Seth Horwitz said:

 I'm not sure what the parameters of his scraper are set to. 

 

I’m just glad he no longer posts parts for 2002 X5’s.... 

 

Uh, Seth, did I miss your ‘02’s formal announcement, photos, and discussion of your plans! 😋

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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2 minutes ago, Conserv said:

 

I’m just glad he no longer posts parts for 2002 X5’s.... 

 

Uh, Seth, did I miss your ‘02’s formal announcement, photos, and discussion of your plans! 😋

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

 

It’s getting trailered to me tomorrow. I’ll snap some shots and make it official. It’s not in the registry, so I’ll put it in. It’s a two owner car, but the second owner just got it two years ago and only put on about 1K miles, after he made it found it and made it drivable. Apparently it spent 20 years in the garbage of the original buyer’s family. It’s going straight to my mechanic to make it a healthy driver, then a chance to start with the upgrades. 

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1 hour ago, Seth Horwitz said:

 

It’s getting trailered to me tomorrow. I’ll snap some shots and make it official. It’s not in the registry, so I’ll put it in. It’s a two owner car, but the second owner just got it two years ago and only put on about 1K miles, after he made it found it and made it drivable. Apparently it spent 20 years in the garbage of the original buyer’s family. It’s going straight to my mechanic to make it a healthy driver, then a chance to start with the upgrades. 

 

Congrats, Seth!

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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