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It has been well cared for and garaged its entire life.
Documents Included: Original German Packing List, Owners Manual, Factory Shop Manual, 1974 car registration. Mechanical ē
Original engine. Never pulled, it has had regular oil and filter changes ē Transmission: Rebuilt in mid- 80ís,
including clutch. This was typical for the car Interior Clean and odor free. No smoking ever in the car. Original
headliner, dash, console and door panels. Driver seat rebuilt in 1990. It needs to be reupholstered. I have both
seat pads for it from World Upholstery and they go with the sale. Trunk is clean, rust free, all original in color
with original toolkit. Exterior Repainted in 1978 due to the failure of the factory clear coat (BMW recall).
Maintained in original Sienna Braun. In around 1979/80, incurred minor front damage in an accident. The hood was
not damaged; just the front and you can see evidence of this due to the replacement part that has a snorkel. The
windshield is cracked. The wheels are not original to the car, they are 1973 Ronalís and I have been told
rare/collectible. They were on the car when purchased. In 1990, I restored the paint and front seats. It was
stripped completely, primed and had Siikens two-step paint applied. All chrome border trim, rubber around windows,
trunk, and doors were replaced. Retained original Sienna Braun color. Driving Condition For the last 20 years, it
has been sitting in the garage and driven on a local errand, once or twice a month. It starts right up, always has.
The only breakdown ever was when the gas gauge broke and it ran out of gas. That was replaced. Based on my
observations, Iíd drive it only a few miles until it has had a thorough going over. The tires look perfect;
however, they are old. If I were to keep the car, Iíd replace the valve seals and rebuild the transmission.
Again, it runs, there is a puff of smoke on start up and then it runs clean. There is a bit of grind when
downshifting from 3rd to 2nd as the synchros are worn. I would also replace the tires. All normal maintence such as
oil changes, belts , water pump, battery has been done. Extras I was planning to restore the car and collected
parts in preparation for it. I havenít made traction on my project, so it is time to release this car to someone
who will appreciate it and give it the care I have. It would make a great winter project. Extras I am including
are: Hella H-4 halogen headlights, factory BMW 2002 service manual, new ball Joints, brake pads, rubber bushings
for the front suspension. I also have a set of nylon bushings as well, two new Bilstien sport shocks for the front.
Many small parts to such as clips seals, driving lights, rubber gaskets for door handles. Two new door stop brakes.
A Hayneís 2002 repair manual.
1974 Bmw 2002 on 2040-cars
Newman Lake, Washington, United States
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BMW is seeing fit to offer vehicles in even the most niche of niches, and the X4 is no exception. Want proof? Have a look at the X4, and the compare it to the X3, the 3 Series Gran Turismo, the 3 Series Sport Wagon, and the 4 Series Gran Coupe. Aside from marginal differences in things like ground clearance and the exact slope of the hatchback, what, exactly, is the difference?
Like the other models we just mentioned, the X4 is powered by either a 2.0-liter turbo-four with 240 horsepower or a more powerful, 3.0-liter turbo-six with 300 horsepower, and unsurprisingly, power is sent to the ground exclusively via the company's xDrive all-wheel-drive system. An eight-speed automatic transmission is the sole gearbox available with either engine. All sounds very familiar, right?
The new, one-of-a-kind BMW i8 Concours d'Elegance Edition made a ritzy debut last night at BMW's private villa, giving the media its first chance to look at the ultra-exclusive hybrid.
As we said in our previous post, the most notable feature of the Concours d'Elegance i8 is its matte grey paint, known as Frozen Grey Metallic in BMW parlance. This isn't the first time we've seen this shade on an exclusive BMW, as it was last used for the Frozen Grey M3 from 2010.
Contrasting quite nicely with the i8's flat paint are its blue and white accents, and its Dalbergia Brown leather upholstery. Blue contrast stitching complements the interior aesthetic, as do the embossed BMW roundels in the headrests.
After getting a chance to drive the BMW M235i earlier this year, we mentioned our regret at not being able to sample the lighter and less powerful 228i Coupe. We'd like to have seen how close the latter could get to the former, noting that "there's a lot of room for upgrades with the $11,000 retail difference." BMW is closing that performance gap slightly, announcing that a Track Handling Package will join the options sheet for the 2015 228i Coupe.
The group bolts on Variable Sport Steering, Adaptive M Suspension and M Sport Brakes behind new 18-inch lightweight wheels wearing Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. There's no change to the 240-horsepower four-cylinder, but a coupe so equipped should be able to do plenty more with the horses it has thanks to a faster steering rack, sharper handling due to additional sensors and a ten-millimeter drop in ride height, and larger brakes and discs.
BMW has used the New York Auto Show as a venue to introduce the new Track Handling Package, and it will roll onto showroom floors in July and pricing will be announced sometime between now and then. Takers can get it with both the six-speed manual and eight-speed Sport Automatic, see it in the high-res image gallery above, and read about it in the press release below.