1972 BMW 3.0CS 3.5L 5-Speed Malaga

oneills

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Can’t wait.
This one still has the side markers, speakers in the kick panels and the optional speaker delete. Just sayin''

My 74 euro coupe is far, far from original. Long-term I believe a completely original coupe, 2800 or CS will sell for much more than these two and mine. Both types are seeing hefty final bids. I am saying long term.
 

teahead

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74 that sold for big bux had a seriously hi-po motor.

Definitely a beautiful car, but not sure about $100k beautify. May be if it had been painted and fully detailed underneath. Not too crazy about the burlwood. I'd ditch the Nardi since it doesn't match whatsoever. Petri of course would be appropriate.

72 is the best year IMHO for US cars.

I'm thinking...$89k RNM
 

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A NorCal East Bay fellow had a real nice one I remember from years ago.....is this Shaun's old car?
 

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The current owner clearly doesn't know E9s all that well as he didn't point out the rarity of the small red-handled screwdriver in the tool kit video ;)
 

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The current owner clearly doesn't know E9s all that well as he didn't point out the rarity of the small red-handled screwdriver in the tool kit video ;)
That is the only screwdriver in my toolkit. I’m going to sell it to fund my paint job. :D
 
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