E3 Bavaria window sticker

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Very cool! Your car? Weatherford is still selling BMWs in Berkeley. $650 for the radio?? By the SN it is a 72/73 4 speed Bavaria. $10,000 then is $75,000 today
 

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Not mine. Pulled from a current car for sale ad. There are more of these posted somewhere on this site but I couldn't find them to add this one. I've found them useful for historical reference.
 

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Tool kit as an extra option?! Was the importer playing fast and loose to raise a few extra $$ on each sale...?
 

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If Max Hoffman's name is at the top of the window sticker, assume you are paying for everything find, add, and list. Sure, he brought the Bavaria in at $4,999. but he would have charged for the heater if he could have gotten away with it.
 

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Another sticker, this from a '74 3.0S. Note the former options that are now standard -- along with the price bump. Still gotta charge for that antifreeze.

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Interesting what you DID NOT HAVE TO PAY FOR then that was "Standard Equiptment." "Constan air flow vent" "Mileage Counter" "Heater and Defroster"

So now it is a 3.0 S with a couple of added goodies, all for and additional $2,794. Imagine the sticker price if it was an Si. Max was growing more creative by the month.
 
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