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About mahackney42

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  1. These pics are the best ones that I have. I can take pics of anything specific you would like if you are interested in the car. Email me if you are interested: [email protected]
  2. 1973 BMW 2002 I have had this car for 4 years and brought it to the east from Pasadena. An older repaint but presents very well. Has some patina on the chrome and a few dings in the stainless trim. Clean title. Solid car with no rust bubbles or holes underneath. Engine, chassis and interior numbers match. Sunroof, with new cables so it works perfectly. Has a fresh head and NOS Mahle pistons 88.97 in honed cylinders. Single weber carb. 123tune distributor. Starts instantly, warm or cold. Getrag 5 spd conversion. Has Frigiking AC console and original compressor, nonworking. H&R sport springs and Bilstein shocks. Nardi wood wheel. Rebuilt heater box with new blower. Dash does have some cracks and a chunk missing on the passengers side. Newer carpet looks great. A great driver as is or easy full restoration candidate. Lights, wipers, horn all work as intended. No washer bottle. Asking $21k. [email protected]
  3. That was the exact feeling many had when the early 911 market took off. Crazy to think that the 2002 would even come close to that kind of gain, but who knows! Mark
  4. I picked up this 73 example very similar to yours last year from a Southern California based estate sale company. It does have it's original motor and a 5 speed conversion, sunroof, recent paint. I found the car on eBay. They wanted $18500 and I ended up at $17000. Strong money for a carbed car, but my favorite color and no rust. Mark

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