For Sale: 1973 BMW Bavaria

e3er

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I hope I can post this here...

I'm selling my 73 Bavaria 4-speed.

It was an AZ car that spent most of its life in CA, before I imported it to BC Canada in 2008. One family owned it from new until 2008.

It was in storage from 1989 until 2008, so it received a fair amount of going over to make it a runner again - re-done brake system, new water pump, fan, serviced twin Webers, new tires, re-done wheels, new battery etc...

It also recieved a set of KONI sport shocks, an LSD from a Euro e24, H1/H4 lighting, a pair of Cibie driving lamps, and lots of attention.

The car is very original - original drivetrain (except Diff as above), original interior, mostly original paint, no bodywork, good glass, virtually no rust.

It is NOT a show car (small dash cracks, repaired split in driver's seat, minor dents, chips, cracks, wear on paint) but it is a good turn-key car that is fantastic to drive.

I'm asking $6500. To be honest, it probably won't sell which isn't a huge issue as it would mean I get to keep her!

My Craigslist ad can be seen here:

http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/rds/cto/3140363812.html


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grbbenny

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I followed this car all through this year's Spring Thaw Rally in British Columbia - a VERY strong runner! Corners flat (or as flat as you can make an E3 corner) and no smoke whatsoever. Nice car.
 

e3er

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Let's just chalk that all up to driver skill...

Thanks for the post - what were you in?

I followed this car all through this year's Spring Thaw Rally in British Columbia - a VERY strong runner! Corners flat (or as flat as you can make an E3 corner) and no smoke whatsoever. Nice car.
 
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