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1969 2002-former SCCA GT3

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Price: $8950
Location: St. Louis, MO


Offered here (again) is a project for sale or trade.  

It’s a 1969 former SCCA GT BMW 2002 race car. Black with red and yellow stripe (German flag livery).Built and raced by Mr. Paul Fortner (Oklahoma City) in 1977/78. Raced by James Kimbrough (among others) documented SCCA logbook and history notebook. Raced 1979-1990 in GT2, GT3 and GT4, competed in the 1980 SCCA National Championship. VIN 1665393 (chassis), VIN 1670944 (steering) SCCA # 007 489. 

Racing (Korman?) M10 lower end block with custom racing oil pan from IMSA 2002 RS (needs rebuild). 121 ti (stamped 1968) modified cylinder head, AE (Arno Erola, Autohiomo Machine Shop) 300 degree performance cam Dual Weber 40DCOE’s setup. Fully adjustable I.E./Bilstein rear suspension kit. Fiberglass fenders, front air dam, hood and rear deck lid. Lexan side windows. Heat wrapped 3 inch, 4 into 1 race header with 6 inch diameter custom exhaust and Magnaflow muffler. 4 speed transmission. 100% locked rear differential. Updated full cage and fuel cell system. OMP racing seat and 5 point harness. Alpina quick steering rack, adjustable (front and rear) sway bars. Ireland Engineering aluminum radiator. 

Sold in “as is” condition with no expressed or implied warranties. Included with the sale is the SCCA Logbook, along with a Bill of Sale, no title. Also listed on St. Louis CL  (for more pics). Asking price $8950 OBO, trades ( partial or straight up) are encouraged, highly motivated seller.

I can be reached easier at 314-624-4137(texting okay) or wiljkemper@gmail.com for any additional questions or requests.





Edited by glashaus
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1968 IMSA RS 2002,1970 COMMA GT2 2002
1975 Miller & Norburn IMSA RS 320, 1977 SCCA ITB 320
1979 BMWCCA D-Mod 323/2.8,1980 Gruppe 2/RT 323/3.5 turbo

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