On Ebay, reserve is gone, closes this Saturday evening, Current bid as of this writing is ~9300
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Highly stock 1973 2002 Automatic roundie. Verona red with ~75000 original miles. I am second owner, since winter of 2016. Purchased from estate of deceased original owners (Washington DC area). Starts easily, runs straight, fast, and cool.
Mechanically very sound. Thousands in parts and upgrades since purchase. Documentation of all 2016 and 2017 work/parts available. Interior (including near perfect dash) very good shape. Shock towers, trunk/spare area clean. All electrical systems work, including period correct Blaupunkt AM/FM radio. Trunk and windshield rubber very good. No speaker holes or other hard to reverse mods. Stored in heated storage during winter. Candidate for show quality restoration or just drive and enjoy as-is. Many additional photos available.
Service and upgrades Summer of 2016: New belts, tires, battery, shift lever bushings, washer fluid reservoir, passenger window regulator, transmission shifter seal, lower control arms. ball joints. strut rod bushings, transmission filter, timing chain, oil pump chain, AC compressor mount bushings, valve adjustment, alignment, oil change, front seats rebuilt with foam, new headrest fabricated.
Service and upgrades Summer of 2017: New water pump and hoses, Pertronix electronic ignition kit, CV boots, OEM brake master cylinder and grommets/bled, L and R motor mounts, heater valve, new hood/trunk/hubcap OEM BMW roundels, new fan blade, oil change.
Known Issues: Carpet is worn and center console/AC unit a bit cocked. Minor rust: corners of nose (where turn signal housing meets body around engine compartment), passenger door bubble, quarter panel bubble and driver’s side rocker panel. See photos. AC fan works, but compressor belt removed, and AC cooling never been checked. Headliner behind driver visor is out from windshield gasket, Passenger door rubber weathered. Rear seat needs stuffing but upholstery is flawless. Rear shocks noted as weak by mechanic.