1974 2002, fully restored and highly modified with S14 M3 engine, 5 spd, LSD, coil overs, 4 wheel discs, and much more. The car has had an extensive restoration, and over the last 2 years has had all modifications performed and dialed in. It has been driven less than 2k miles since complete build. Below is the list of modifications : Engine Fully rebuilt S14 long block with ARP crank and rod fasteners Motronic ECU with MAF conversion and cockpit adjustable Split Second ARC2-A 3 gauge custom console with VDO oil press, and water temp gauges and Innovate Wide Band AFR gauge 5 spd 320is trans with Aardvark Flywheel pickup for S14 conversion IE lightened flywheel 13.5 lbs Stage 2 clutch Blunt Z3 short shifter kit 3.91 LSD with rebuilt CV shafts and polished rear diff cover Upgraded aluminum radiator with SPAL fan and Spal 2 controller Custom drive shaft Custom header to allow 2.5” exhaust/suspension clearance up front, resonator and Magnaflow muffler with stainless tip Custom oil cooler with stainless lines Reinforced DS engine mount IE urethane motor mounts Optima battery mounted in trunk brace Suspension Front coil overs with IE adjustable camber plates Bilstien sport shocks IE 2 rear springs with 1Dot rear spring perches IE sway bars with urethane bushings Polished aluminum strut brace in front TEP rear shock/chassis brace Powder coated chassis parts throughout Boxed rear trailing arms with IE urethane bushings TIG welded front arms Big brake kit in front with upgraded master cylinder Aardvark rear disc brake conversion Interior E30 front seat conversion Reupholstered rear seats to match front seat Custom console with gauges Speedometer conversion for OEM speedo Momo wheel Excellent dash Esty Carpet with Dynamat New headliner and new OEM visors New rear package tray Pioneer CD with Infinity speakers Body Fully restored rust free body done in Polaris silver by World Class restorations in CA All new rubber seals and weatherstrip Kamei front spoiler bolted with stainless bolts in nutserts New Euro stainless steel front bumper Euro short rear bumper All body trim removed 15x7 OZ Racing wheels New headlights with euro, in light marker lamps New marker lights New windshield washer system with OEM washer nozzles. Period correct COCO mats In short….this is a very extreme 2002 and drives even better than it looks. The car needs nothing, Very fast, and drives straight and smooth at any speed. The handling and braking are phenomenal and could it easily be tracked (but hasn’t).
1974 - Bmw 2002 on 2040-cars
Englewood, Colorado, United States
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What's a sure-fire way to make a vehicle better? Well, you can add power or make it more exclusive. BMW has done both, just in time to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the legendary M5 sedan.
Only 300 examples of the car you see above, the M5 30th Anniversary Edition, will be sold to the public, and those lucky owners will enjoy the most exclusive, most powerful M5 ever made. Power continues to flow from the standard M5's twin-turbocharged, 4.4-liter V8, which has had its wick turned up to 600 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. The sprint to 60 now happens in just 3.7 seconds, which is still a scarcely fathomable speed among sports cars, let alone comfortable, finely upholstered sedans.
Speaking of that upholstery, Alcantara and leather seats and an Alcantara steering wheel identify the exclusive M5, while special sill plates further call out the car's unique spec. Outside, the standard Competition Package adds 20-inch wheels and black chrome badges, while 30th Anniversary Editions wear BMW's Frozen Dark Silver matte paint.
The Act And The Exclamation
The 2013 BMW M6 is a rolling obscenity - one that begins with the capital letter "F." It is both the act and the exclamation, the curse and the encouragement. It courts no logic. It is all want and no need, and it is unbecoming of the BMW roundel. Whereas the brand's products once strove to unite man and machine in a duet of blissful performance, the M6 seems built solely to stand between the driver and the road. You are very clearly in its way every second you're behind the wheel, slowing it down and generally being the Monday morning to its two-day trance festival. It's clear this car is very fast, but it has no interest in making you fast in the way that the M3 or even the M5 are wont to do.
But somehow, all that doesn't stop the car from stoking every last lick of lust in your gut. A 560-horsepower twin-turbocharged V8 will do that for you.
Even though we recently drove a near-production version of the BMW i3, the car still wore light exterior and interior camouflage. Today, BMW took off that little bit of camo and made a big announcement: The i3 will go on sale in the US for $41,350 in the second quarter of 2014. That does not include any state or federal incentives that could lower the price or the $925 destination fee. The i3 will debut with three trim levels, which BMW is referring to as Worlds: Mega (standard in the US), Giga and Tera.
The BMW i3 is chock-full of new technology afforded by its design as an EV from the start of development, which has resulted in a vehicle layout unique to the i3. BMW has named it LifeDrive architecture, and it features the Life Module and the Drive Module. The Life Module is the i3's pillar-less passenger cell, which is the first mass-produced monocoque made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP). The tougher-than-steel material is also 30-percent lighter than aluminum, which contributes to the i3's relatively light weight of 2,700 pounds (preliminary US figure) and, in turn, increases its energy efficiency. Expect more of this technology to find its way into future BMWs.
The Drive Module, a 100-percent aluminum chassis mounted under the Life Module, houses everything that makes the i3 go. It includes the 22-kilowatt, 450-pound lithium ion battery mounted as centrally as possible, and provides power to a rear-mounted electric motor that turns the rear wheels. With 170 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque from zero rpm, the single-gear i3 can accelerate from 0-30 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds and 0-60 mph in about 7.0 seconds, but it has a top speed of only 93 mph. BMW says the i3 has a real-world EV range of 80-100 miles, and the standard charger can fill the battery in three hours. Opt for the SAE DC Combo Fast Charger and 30 minutes is all it takes for a full charge; 20 minutes will bump the battery to 80 percent. For customers who have range anxiety, BMW gives them the option to install a 34-hp, 650cc two-cylinder generator as a range extender for the electric drive system.