BMW's 2002 really kicked off a movement for the company that was
greatly needed as they wanted to offer a more powerful version of
the 1600 series in previous years. This mass produced and global
model provided significant revenue for the company and allowed to
pursue many other models and fine tune some of their other models.
The "Roundie" version is always sought out by any collector as the
unique real tail lights were only offered for a few years.
The 1973 BMW 2002 offered here is a highly original, very honest example that has been repainted in its original color, Magala Red. The car is powered by its 2.0 liter engine, automatic transmission and rear wheel drive. Highlights included aluminum wheels, stainless bumpers with bumperettes, original tan seat covers, original trim, original grille, desirable "roundie" styling, classic center exit exhaust, very nice dash, original steering wheel, floor shift, original gauges, etc.
The car runs and drives very fine and represents a great entry level European classic to venture into the collector car market. These cars continue to rise in value and will make anyone a great investment.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
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Pick of the Day is a 1975 BMW 2002 being advertised on ClassicCars.com by a private owner who purchased the car in California in 2012.
From the very beginning, Barrett-Jackson has helped make significant contributions to benefit all sorts of charity.
Since I just returned from the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida it seems most appropriate that a classic BMW should be Pick of the Day.
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