BMW 3,0 CSi 1972

BMW 3,0 CSi E9 1972 for sale

This BMW 3,0 CSi came to Sweden in March 1976 and was in traffic up until 1984 when it was taken off the road due to a broken rear differential. It was then left sitting until 2015 when it was restored to the condition it is in today.

Exterior: Gorgeous paint in the color Tundra green. This is a rare color and it looks stunning towards the beige cloth interior. New set of Alpina wheels, but we have optional wheels for the car if you do not like these. Also the underside of the car has been made to look like new!

Interior: All original and very good. No cracks in the dashboard or any other panels. Very nice instruments, door sides, headliner etc.

Engine: Engine was disassembled and checked, New pistons, bearings, new gaskets all around, gearbox is very good and the rear differential was just rebuilt.

History: The BMW 3.0 CSi was produced on 24.08.1971 and delivered to Belgium on 27.08.1971. The original color was Tundra metallic, BMW color code 068.“ This car was in traffic only until 1984 and then it was parked. So it was never in bad state like most of these cars have been at some point. Therefore, it is most likely the odometer reading with 97,300km is correct. 

The price on the car is depending what type of wheels you would want with the car. On these pictures it is rolling on a brand new set of Alpina rims with Wredestein classic. But also available BBS Mahle 14", original wheels 14", 15" BBS, 17" BBS

Questions? Contact me here!

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  • This car is now: SOLD
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