Has this been posted? e3 in AZ for 3K

m73

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Not mine but 4 speed so worth a look:

From the Facebook AD:

"Anyone in Phoenix Arizona looking for a 1973 bmw bavaria 3.0 4 speed manual transmission car? It needs interior work paint job and breaks bled and someone with the time to finish putting it together. New dash and many extra new parts and extra set of wheels. Bring a trailer and load her up. $3000 takes it. Not parting out. This car needs to be put back on the road"

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I'm not on Facebook, can I still view classified stuff? Also, do you know if original Schwarz? Can't be that bad......it's a '73!!! ;) I'll pay $3K just for the front rubber bumper stops...../sarc Just from looking at exterior shots $3K looks like a bargain, looks very original and w/ the 4-speed, no brainer.....
 

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A bargain for sure. What's a new dash worth? I like the thought that the seller wants it to be put back on the road and not parted out.
 

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I looked on fb market place and can't find it, do you have a link? maybe it is sold
 

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Some have asked for more information regarding this car. Although I do not have direct contact with the seller I can post a screen shot so at least you can search his profile and try to send him a direct message.

Not sure if you need an account but worth a shot + I think some SoCal regulars have already reached out to this one...seems like a fair deal parts and all --

Hope that helps,

Mo

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They look like stock E3 steel wheels to me. With the hub caps but no trim rings.
Correct......I tried the steelie look on mine for a while, no hubcaps....like my Cromodora's better, switched back. But it's a cool look, I switched to my "bus" steering wheel for a while too when I did that, I love that original bakelite wheel but again, like the Petri better. Someone needs to snatch this up.
 
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