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  • 1521971
    Model: BMW 1600-2
    Year: 1967
    Manufactured Date: 04/07/1967
    Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
    Current Color: 023
    Past Owners: BimmerBum67
    Location: San Jose, California
    Last Sold: No value

    30 years ago I sold my 1600-2 VIN 1521971  Was a California car at the. The VIN has dropped from California DMV records. When I bought this car in the summer 83 in California. I sold it late 88 or early 89. Some of the equipment it had when I bought it. Alpina paint scheme, tach, steering wheel, shift knob, 3 gauge cluster on dash in black crinkle paint, valve cover in black crinkle paint, Alpina header, hella lights. I was told the cam was not stock by a local bmw shop at the time, dual Weber 40DCOE matching numbers, larger sway bars front and rear. European plate holder, minilite rims, custom machined lug nuts. 




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