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1974 BMW 2002 Modified Found in Los Angeles

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1974 BMW 2002 Modified
Location: Lake Balboa, Los Angeles

This 1974 BMW 2002 can be found in Lake Balboa, Los Angeles.   This one has been modified extensively and I love what he has done with this car.   Its obvious a lot of time and money has been invested into this car.  It has such an aggressive stance I love it.   The Seller built the engine with 292 cams ,dual side draft weber 45’s, heavy duty rockers, high compression Ross pistons with lightened rods, windage tray in the oil pan, custom valve cover and catch can, Ireland engineering radiator with electrical fan, Tii distributor, magnacore wires, custom shorty headers from Top end performance with 2.5″ piping and magnaflow single muffler.  It puts out 180 horsepower at 7500 rpm.  This looks like a fun car for the canyons.

AC Schnitzer BMW Automobilia

AC Schnitzer BMW Automobilia

One of my favorite cars of all time is the E30 BMW M3. A famous car tuner called AC Schnitzer modified these cars to be better than stock. I have always loved their wheels and their tasteful designs for their cars.

Here are some posters that were from the 1990s that I would love to get my hands on again.

1976 BMW 3.5 CSL GROUP 5 BATMOBILE: 1 of 4 Factory Built Ex-Works Cars

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Location: Germany
Chassis No. 2275982

This amazing BMW 3.5 CSL Group 5 car is now for sale for the first time since more than a decade. It will be sold in fully race prepared condition and comes with a large history file. A truly unique opportunity to purchase a highly eligible piece of BMW racing history.  Of the 4 factory built cars only there are remaining (one is the World famous BMW Calder Art Car). Only two cars are in running order and this car is the only one which has still its original engine fitted!

*2275982* has now been completely restored back to original condition with the engine, the gearbox and differential all being the car’s original units.