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Sold 1971 agave 2002 survivor

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Price: $12000
Location: Oakland, CA

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https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/cto/d/emeryville-1971-bmw-2002-survivor-e10/7022201644.html

 

Offered for sale is my 1971 Bmw 2002 aptly named Babar.  Although rough around the edges this car is a California blue plate survivor with original Agave Paint.  I have owned the car for around 15 years and enjoyed the hell out of it. I’m selling as a result of a newly purchased Bavaria, and an incoming 77 911s project from my father.  

 

Has the original headliner, rear seat, door panels, carpet

Replaced the engine and it has an E12 head 

Converted to E21 5-speed

E21 LSD

Dual 40 DCOE Webers on Korman intake with UNI Pod filters

1980s period Recaros (not 320is)  I believe they are LSA models

E30 14” Basketweaves on spacers

Bilstein shocks and struts

Eibach progressive springs

Tii struts with E21 hubs E12 calipers with braided lines and Vented Rotors 

Tii Brake booster

Tii Distributer

E21 rear drums

ST sway bars

S14 starter

IE radiator and pusher fan mounted on the front 

Euro Blinkers

Battery relocated to trunk

 

This car did many amazing things for me and usually got me where I was going.  While this car has needs, it is a perfect machine to enjoy and hang sideways on some rallys.  It would be important to keep it inside as the rust will only get worse. I refrained from restoring it so I could enjoy it without concern.  

 

Parts - Extra stuff can go with this car.  

a nice nose from a 74 that I thought could patch under the nose.  

2 nice rockers cut from a car. 

Funky rear quarter panel

Heater box

TII trailing arms

Misc BS in boxes


It has been lightly tapped in the passenger rear (damn Prius).  Has a little wave in the quarter panel. This car comes with some rust  1. passenger rear wheel arch 2. Passenger Rear Rocker 3.Passenger side above and below quarter window 4. Under original battery location in the nose.

 

Blower motor doesn’t function (have a spare box to rebuild)


 

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