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1967 BMW 1600 Vintage Race Car (revised details and price)

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Price: $14800
Location: Greater Vancouver British Columbia, Canada

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FOR SALE

1967 BMW 1600 VINTAGE RACE CAR

 

 

·         VIN #1515001 (straight rust free body)

·         B Sedan Specs.

·         RMVR Log Books dated from 1990. VRCBC Log Books 2008-2018

·         Registered with SOVREN and VRCBC.  Should be eligible anywhere in NA.

·         Since I purchased the car in 2008 I have raced it at Pacific Raceways, Portland International Raceway and Mission Raceway Park. 

·         Last raced October 2018.

·         1600 engine with 30/1000 overbore, ported/polished head, Schrick 304 cam, dual valve springs, HD rockers, twin Weber 40DCOE’s, 12:1 compression ratio, Venolia              forged pistons, lightened polished rods, baffled oil pan, big radiator, Stahl exhaust header, aluminum flywheel with big clutch. 

·         Mechanical distributor with MSD ignition and rev limiter.

·         Close ratio gearbox: 2002 ZF 5spd with Porsche style synchros.

·         Limited slip (long nose) 4:11 differential.

·         2 ½” front coil-overs with adjustable camber plates and extended lower A arms.

·         Urethane suspension bushings.

·         22mm front and 19mm rear sway bars.

·         8 gal. fuel cell

·         Autopower bolt-in roll cage

·         Stock brakes with 320i calipers and Porterfield pads.

·         Corbeau Race Seat 

·         Two sets of race wheels (Panasport and Enkei). Hossier race tires worn.

·         Light weight: 1820lbs without driver.

·         The car is very nimble and predictable on the track.

·         Other than tires and harness, car is race ready.

·         Some mechanical parts included.

·         Sold on Bill of Sale (no title)     

·         PM with email address for more photos and information.

·         Asking $14,800 US .

 

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BMW 1600 race car image 2.jpg

 

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Very cool!  A very early 1600-2 (probably January 1967) for the track and an early 1968 1600-2 for restoration! The forward placement of the rearview mirror suggests October 1967 or earlier (as it’s manufacturing date). Wow!

 

(Is the 1968 a VIN 1560xxx car? The U.S. 1968 models began with VIN 1560001.)

 

GLWS,

 

Steve

 

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2 hours ago, Harmonizer said:

Parts Car VIN#1529702 so 1967 also.

 

Wow!  

 

Yes, VIN 1529702 is probably a June 1967 car, and probably a Granada car with black interior.  So both cars are very early, originally-6-volt cars.

 

GLWS,

 

Steve

 

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Looks like fun!  I’d advertise the red car separately you’ll probably have better luck moving the race car that way, plus there are probably more people wanting the parts car over the race car.  When I sold my race car, most didn’t want the parts car I had available, however they wanted the spare parts.  Good luck.

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