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Eiremon

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  1. I am interested in acquiring a modified 2002 - S14 would be nice but open to anything. I want a car with more power than stock. Ideally 160hp+. I am only interested in a turnkey car which has already been finished to a high quality. No projects please.
  2. Price is down to $44,500 which is getting closer to the right number. The trunk photos - I assume no way that's original paint? https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-BMW-2002/254340909538?hash=item3b37e649e2:g:xkEAAOSwhiJdHkX2
  3. Eiremon did you wind up with the 68?I believe I have the original  seats to the car, I don’t know if you saw that. I posted a note on the for sale listing. Let me know if you are interested. 

  4. Thanks Andrew. So not all original paint. Also - the engine bay looks far too good to be original - the glossy finish would surely have faded? Still a nice looking example but perhaps not 100% as advertised.
  5. Thoughts on the ‘original paint’? Should the wheel wells be orange or black? I also see that the spare tire well is orange underneath - should it also be black?
  6. Any chance anyone here lives near Nogales, Arizona? I have confirmed the car with the prior owner who listed it here a few years ago. Looks like a nice mostly original example of a very desirable spec 02.
  7. Very odd - $2m car listed a) on eBay and b) at no reserve.
  8. Eiremon

    74 tii

    For reference, here it was not too long ago. http://findclassicars.com/bmw/191946-1974-bmw-2002-tii-5-speed-rare-sunroof.html
  9. Yes - I saw that car, thanks. It does not have the complete S14 package but it's a nice build and a great owner / story. There are a handful of things I don't like about the car (non-factory color, interior needs refresh, electrical issues, etc.) which will most likely prevent me from bidding. I am now considering finding the cleanest base 2002 I can find and commissioning a build on it. The BaT car might even be a good starting point if the price is right.
  10. Thanks - let the cold calling begin


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