Thank you for viewing my classic original 1972 Agave BMW 2002. This is a great example of an original northeast classic bimmer. Starts right up and is ready to be driven. Completely original, purchased from the original owner. Although cannot be completely confirmed, after having my own PPI conducted, the mileage seems to be the original 61,100. All original interior, all the dash gear works including the gauges, switches, windshield washers, lights, and blinkers. The heat works, windows roll up and down smoothly, all seat belts work, headliner is in great shape. The dash has a slight crack in the middle, the front valance has signs of rust. However the shock towers are in good shape as well as the floor and trunk pans. All paint appears to be completely original. The chassis is in excellent shape. Recent maintenance records available from
2007-current. Clean NJ title in hand.
This is a great car for any true BMW enthusiast or collector. I have owned a few roundie's and for a northeast car this is a spectacular example. I will gladly answer your questions, take you for a ride, have your mechanic come for an inspection, etc. However I will not entertain low ball offers or life stories on why you have a thesis on why it's worth two grand. This is an original running great looking roundie and is owned by an enthusiast and hope it will remain that way.
Please remember that this is a 42 year old classic car and this is an AS IS sale with no warranty implied. I will answer all questions to the best of my knowledge however PPI's are always recommended. I also have a photo and video album with over 100 photos that I can email you as well.
Not content with a bit part on the options sheet, high-end sound gets a starring role on the BMW Individual 6 Series Gran Coupe Bang & Olufsen Edition. There's no technical difference between the 1,200-watt, 16-speaker High End Surround Sound System in this run of 6 Series Gran Coupes and the $3,700 system you can order as an option on the standard Gran Coupe, but the special edition gets brushed black aluminum finish speaker grilles, a first for the range. The packages and colors are what set these apart, exteriors available in either Brilliant White Metallic or Dark Graphite II Metallic, interiors possible in either black or Opal White and black. You'll also get upgrades like the Cold Weather, M Sport Edition Packages on the non-M car, the Competition Package and Executive Package on the M, plus piano black wood trim, special floor mats and lots of B&O badging. This isn't just a special edition, it's a limited edition, with BMW saying only 100 will be produced. Prices start at $116,240 for the 650i B&O Edition and top out at $152,423 for the M6 B&O Edition. There's a press release below with more details, and we've included a video on the stereo itself to help understand why it might deserve a car named after it.
How does one make fast, loud, drifting cars better? Well, you can add more fast, loud, drifting cars or you can add lasers. Either or, really. In this case, Castrol did the right thing and added both, creating a highly stylized commercial for its Edge Titanium motor oil starring South African racer Adrian Zaugg, BMW factory driver Augusto Farfus, Audi DTM and Le Mans staple Mike Rockenfeller and some bloke named Ken Block. Their cars? No surprise, but Block is in his Ford Fiesta GRC, while Zaugg samples a Lamborghini Aventador and Farfus and Rockenfeller drive along party lines, with a BMW M4 and an Audi R8, respectively. And those cars look good, too, thanks to the creative light and laser work on display. Take a look below for the video from Castrol.
Our friends at Popular Mechanics have announced the winners of their 2013 Breakthrough Awards, which honor innovations and new technologies in a variety of fields, ranging from medicine to electronics to space travel. Among the winners were a pair of automakers. The BMW i3 was named one of PM's product breakthroughs, and while the diminutive city car has a range comparable to other electrics, Popular Mechanics was impressed the i3's use of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic, which allows the i3 to tip the scales at just 2,800 pounds. But the i3's space-age materials wouldn't have been such a smash if it were priced beyond what the general public could afford. BMW's ability to offer a vehicle with such an advanced construction for around $42,000 (nearly half the price of the Cadillac ELR and only about $7,000 more than a Chevrolet Volt or Ford Focus Electric) is wildly impressive and speaks volumes about the future of ultra-light composites in the auto industry. The other big winner comes from General Motors, which was named an Innovator this year for its semi-autonomous Super Cruise technology that's currently being tested on a Cadillac SRX. The technology, which we've reported on before, combines adaptive cruise control and lane centering into a super system that will allow hands-free driving under certain conditions.