Engine:2.0L 1990CC 121Cu. In. l4 GAS SOHC Naturally Aspirated
Transmission:5 speed manual
For Sale By:Private Seller
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: black/blue
Drive Type: U/K
Number of Cylinders: 4
Options: CD Player
1972 2002 Same owner for last 28 years Body nearly fully restored within last 5 years : new floors, new rockers, new fenders, refinished hood and deck lid all four wheel wells and shock tops are solid Extensive Drive train and suspension modifications: 5 speed transmission with shortened drive shaft and custom transmission mounts, heavy duty engine mounts, weber 32/36 carb, electronic ignition, larger radiator and electric cooling fan, sport exhaust and muffler, new water pump, fuel pump and alternator, rebuilt starter engine had full rebuild 22090 miles ago car has been lowered 1.5 inches with sport springs and Bilstein HD shocks at all four corners, oversize sway bars front and rear with heavy duty mounts, front strut brace New master and slave cylinder New front and rear brakes: New lines, calipers and rotors up front and new wheel cylinders and shoes in the back aftermarket rims and new tires, wider tires with spacers on front (205mm vs 165mm) custom aluminum front bumper and Hella driving lights This car was rebuilt as a driver not a trailer queen. All of the structural metal is rock solid. The body is 95% complete with only slight cosmetic rust in small patches on hood and right rear quarter. It is a strong runner and enjoys stretching its legs out. With the suspension and tire changes it is unbelievably tight and poised through any turn Needs Drive shaft center bearing Many Spare parts of all kinds available More pictures by request
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Auto blogSat, 30 Nov 2013 17:01:00 EST
If you're sweet on the new BMW i3 but wish it had more space to carry people and stuff, we've got good news for you. According to Autocar, BMW is planning on stretching the platform that underpins the i3 to create a new model, expected to be called i5.
The stretch job would add an extra four inches of legroom in the back and another six inches of rear overhang to the benefit of cargo space. The result would create a vehicle longer than the current Mini Countryman - although the next Countryman is likely to be even larger. As Autocar points out, the process of extending the i3's composte passenger cell likely wouldn't be as difficult or cost-intensive as lengthening a conventional metal chassis, although the rear doors would need to be re-engineered.
Whether the resulting vehicle would more closely resemble a hatchback, wagon, minivan or something in between remains to be seen, however BMW is said to have already registered the nameplates i1 through i8, signalling that the possibility is at least there to add more members to its new EV family.
The BMW 2 Series is the car that will eventually replace the 1 Series here in the United States (remember: the 1 Series moniker will live on to describe the hatchback models in other markets), and while we've seen the new coupe out on the prowl, we're now seeing the droptop version out on the road. We don't have much information about the new 2er models, only that they are expected to bow sometime in 2014.
Dimensionally, the new 2 Series convertible looks very similar in size to its outgoing 1 Series kin, with things like the roofline and roof shape looking nearly identical. Of course, reworked front and rear fascias are immediately noticeable, and judging by what little we can see, it appears as though the small BMW will take many of its design cues from the larger 3 Series rather than the oft-awkward-looking 1 Series hatch that's currently available in Europe.
Assuming things are still on track for 2014, we won't rule out a possible debut in Geneva, though the Frankfurt expo in September makes even more sense.
BMW was barely two years old when it started manufacturing airplane engines in a factory on Moosacher Strasse in Munich. Two years after that, it sold the factory to Knorr-Bremse AG, a leading manufacturer of brakes for trains and commercial vehicles, and BMW moved into a new facility on Lerchenauer Strasse. There it expanded into the industrial giant we know today, building engines for cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats and planes. It's taken the better part of a century to get that original factory back, but that's exactly what BMW has done, reacquiring the expanded facility from Knorr-Bremse this month.
The factory on Moonsacher Strasse will now serve as the headquarters for BMW Group Classic, the division that handles archives and historical vehicles for BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce. From there, just a stone's throw from corporate headquarters and its main plant (as well as BMW Welt and the BMW Museum), the classic division's operations will include a restoration workshop, vintage parts store, the company's archives, administration as well as a place to hold events. In addition, there will be an exhibition space for historical vehicles from the company's considerable collection.
At the heart of the new/old campus is the gatehouse, which is a protected heritage site and will serve as a gateway into the company's history. Read the full details in the press release below.