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1972 Bmw 2002 Tii Roundie on 2040-cars

US $25,200.00
Year:1972 Mileage:35544 Color: Burgundy /

Sebring, Florida, United States

Sebring, Florida, United States

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1972 Bmw 2002 Tii Roundie. The car is 100 % Original down to the color code and matching numbers on engine and transmission. 35 K documented miles and service history dating back to when it was new. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a car of this caliber. They are rising in value fast and this car is ready to be put in a Museum or anyone's garage and driven anywhere.

The color is called Malaga and its stunning. During the restoration on a nearly rust free car . The body was taken down to its shell and then media blasted and the car was repainted from top to bottom and then reassembled . The work was done by a true professional who has a lot of experience in these cars. The paint is stunning and show's no imperfections, scratches, dents etc. The chrome trim on the car is like new in every way. Also the bumpers are perfect. The doors line up very well and close nicely. The trunk is like new as is the undercarriage. It's truly spotless from the top to the bottom.

The saddle interior is all original except for the new Carpeting. The mat's are in plastic and it can be removed when the new owner takes delivery. The headliner is Pristine. The dash is Pristine as are the door panels and seats. The seats are very firm and feel amazing. everything is Original and correct on the interior. It has the Original radio which works well.

Mechanically she is a Gem. The engine was completely gone through when it was being restored. It's highly detailed and runs like new. She fires right up and has amazing power when shifting through all 4 speeds. There are no leaks whatsoever. The suspension is all new and very tight. Also the exhaust is new . You will notice in the engine bay all the Original factory stickers and vin plate they are all clear and look like when new. The tires are new as are the brakes. All fluids have been replaced as well as all filters, Oil,fuel and air.

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