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WTB: 1968 -1973 02


PabloM

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Price: $20000
Location: SF, CA


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Long time forum member - it's been a while since I've had a 2002 but I am looking to get back into one. Ideally it's a roundie but could be interested in euro-bumpered 74+. Budget is $20k but could move up a bit for the right car. I'm in the bay area but not afraid to travel / ship, again, for the right car.

 

Cheers

P

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We have this original CA with many upgrades in very good condition.

1972 BMW 2002, VIN 2581066

The yellow '72 has so many upgrades that I created a pdf table with all of them.  It is in the link.  The paint job isn't perfect and it has some rust on the front valence and on the very rear section of the rocker panels where the sunroof drains usually cause some rust.  The drivetrain was completely rebuilt around 2000 including motor, transmission and differential.  The motor has 150psi for all cylinders.  The Getrag 245 5-speed is flawless and the LSD shows no signs of slippage.  The 15x7 wheels are real Minilites from England.  We completely tore out the carpet and installed sound deadening and new carpet 4 years ago.  With the carpet removed the only rust we found was at one drain hole cover and a little bit along the passenger side tunnel.  The front and rear seats are upholstered in period correct Recaro material and are in excellent condition.  The dash is crack free.

With minor rust repair and good paint, this would be a real treasure worth 40 or 50 thousand.  We are asking $24,500.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1VOw5_BimYiOgR-HpQO7l66ZYtYnEfayx?usp=share_link

BMWCCA  Member #14493

www.2002sonly.com

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