Australian E9's for sale

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Thought I'd start a thread of coupes that come on the market over here. I've no affiliation with any of the vendors.

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/BMW-30-1973/SSE-AD-5733229/?Cr=2

Looks pretty original, not sure if this is the same one that came up here on the same site a few months back. $120k


https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/BMW-30-1974/SSE-AD-5727876/?Cr=3

This one claims to be one of just 62 Australian delivered coupes - I can't confirms this and vendor gives no guidance as to where the information came from. It's listed as an automatic but looks to be sporting a 5 speed. doesn't look like the original motor either, ditto for the seats. $95k
 

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Thought I'd start a thread of coupes that come on the market over here. I've no affiliation with any of the vendors.

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/BMW-30-1973/SSE-AD-5733229/?Cr=2

Looks pretty original, not sure if this is the same one that came up here on the same site a few months back. $120k


https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/BMW-30-1974/SSE-AD-5727876/?Cr=3

This one claims to be one of just 62 Australian delivered coupes - I can't confirms this and vendor gives no guidance as to where the information came from. It's listed as an automatic but looks to be sporting a 5 speed. doesn't look like the original motor either, ditto for the seats. $95k
Yes the yellow one was for sale earlier this year or late last year for $80k-$90k or thereabouts. Looks like a flip but definitely won’t get $120k.

Yes the second one is Bill’s and it was never restored to be original, rather it’s a restomod.


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Yes the yellow one was for sale earlier this year or late last year for $80k-$90k or thereabouts. Looks like a flip but definitely won’t get $120k.

Yes the second one is Bill’s and it was never restored to be original, rather it’s a restomod.


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Will be interesting to see what happens here. 95k for a restomod seems high to me.
If this sells for that then 100k+ for a good matching numbers car seems reasonable?
 

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Will be interesting to see what happens here. 95k for a restomod seems high to me.
If this sells for that then 100k+ for a good matching numbers car seems reasonable?
$100k+ for an unrestored car is unheard of here unless it’s a CSL. Even restored CS cars here haven’t hit $100k.
Bills car is well restored from what I hear and see from the pics. His mods aren’t too overbearing so I think $95k isn’t unreasonable.


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Lol sounds interesting but yes some photos would be good.


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To be fair there is a pic in the Unique Cars magazine but it might have well been taken from the Hubble Telescope.
Car is white, has windsplits but cant tell much else.
 
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