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  • 4230355
    Model: BMW 2002
    Year: 1974
    Manufactured Date: 06/01/1974
    Original Color: Pastellblau
    Sunroof: Standard
    Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
    Current Color: Pastellblau
    Current Owner: 2002iii
    Location: Oakland, California
    Last Sold: No value

    My father bought the car in 1980 and daily drove it till 1991. It was safely stored in our garage until I resurrected it in 2017. I got it running and installed the dual Weber DCOE 40s, Stahl header and tii big brake front struts that had been collected for the car over the years. It's been lowered with Bilstein HDs and HOR lowering springs with ST swaybars. E21 320i rear drums and E30 14x6 bottle cap rims. Getrag 245 5 speed and 3.91 lsd. 320i Recaro black/gray cloth seats and matching back seat. Black door panels and Momo monte carlo steering wheel with NRG slim quick release.


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