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1975 BMW 2002
The BMW 2002 Series is a compact executive car produced by German automaker and design director Wilhelm Hofmeister and staff designers George Bertram and Manfred Rennen. The shorter length and wheelbase and lighter weight of the two-door sedan made it more suitable for new "Sport Class" sedan. As a result the two-door sedan became the basis for BMW to use the 2002 to compete in the Trans Am Series races. Hans-Joachim Stuck and Clemens Schickentanz won the 24 Hours Nurburgring driving a 2002!
The very thin pillars of the car ensured a particularly good all-around visibility. The 2002 features a 2.0 Liter engine and at just 960 kg (2116 lbs) this BMW moves quick around the corners. The light weight 2002 has RWD (rear-wheel drive) and automatic 3-speed gearbox makes for a responsive throttle control giving it excellent balance and driving characteristics. The classic 1975 model has become sought out by investors and collectors alike.
Restoration of this beautiful 2002 features new paint and all body moldings for front and rear fenders, doors, and tail panel. New hood and trunk emblems and all decorative stripping is all done. Door & trunk weather stripping, bumper stops and seals have been replaced. New rims, BMW center caps, chrome lug nuts, beauty rings, and Toyo tires. Brake shoes, wheel cylinders and drums have all been done. Transmission serviced, pan gasket, input shaft seal, filter, reseal tail housing, and fluid makes for smooth shifting. New exhaust system includes chrome header, header pipe gasket and exhaust manifold gasket. A new carburetor, rebuilt steering box, engine mounts, water pump, all cooling hoses make the 2002 ready for summer driving fun! ***All receipts of work and parts are included.***
A fine example of the Classic BMW 2002 Series.
A timeless classic for $28,000.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $18,995.00!
This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
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