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76 at norcal Copart tomorrow...

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The dash caught my eye as well. Someone went through all that effort to have a third brake light installed and get's hit in the front. Car looks unmolested.

 

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Looks like a nice car - shame it went that way. Hopefully someone with the skill and money will buy it as a project.  

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granatrot! with a black interior! nice.

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High bid was $5750.  Not sure it sold though.

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I think I need some educating on VIN #s

My car (76 Null Zweier ) is VIN 2370706

This 76s VIN is :                       2741297

Pretty big spread for same year car, appears  I'm missing something about how to read VINs.

Someone enlighten me please?  Steve?

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BMW ran your VIN range up to 2380000, but, the '74 Auto VIN range started at 2380001, so they started a new VIN range (2740001 - 2745584) for the manual.

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I spotted that car as well...would have been interested but unfortunately I'm in PA and all the auction fees and shipping made it not worth the trouble. Looked like it needed a nose w/ grills, hood, and bumper pieces mainly. Nice interior. How much we thinking that would cost to repair, if you would do the disassembly yourself and need the nosepiece fitted / welded into place?

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