1974 BMW 2002 Touring matching numbers car.
Built exclusively for the European Market.
Original and extremely well preserved interior.
Original sheet metal.
Pristine condition with one recent re-spray since new in original Fjord Blue.
Recently on display at the “BMW, The Ultimate Driving Machine” exhibit at the Saratoga Automobile Museum,
While on display at the Saratoga Automobile Museum this vehicle went through a very thorough inspection by a 2002 touring specialist. He determined that the vehicle must have been built for a BMW executive due to the many unique and uncommon details not found on a regular BMW 2002 touring of its time.
Winner of Best in class at Misselwood Concours D’elegance.
Well documented and sorted.
Engine compression test equal on all 4 cylinders.
Interior console removed, cooling system drained.
Installed new coooling system hoses and refit heater housing with new cowl seal. Old water hoses have been removed, castings and ends of cooling system cleaned. BMW coolant has been installed at the correct density.
Heater housing has been cleaned inside and out.
New blower motor has been installed.
Door latch bushings replaced. Driver side strap replaced, rear hatch emblem replaced with a period correct piece. New seat belts left and right for front seat have been installed as well as rear tonneau clips.
Replaced plastic support bushings at muffler on the exhaust.
Wheels balanced and car aligned.
New Blaupunkt Frankfurt Mono AM/FM radio.
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