1973 Bmw 2002 Tii on 2040-cars
Arp, Texas, United States
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1973 BMW 2002 Tii Inka Orange (documented original Inka Tii from factory) Is factory documented original Inka Tii, all numbers
matching, updated, redone, improved. Same car as BMW factory rebuilt in a glass display outside BMW factory
(first picture in folder is not car not one for sale)
A rare Inka 1973 BMW 2002Tii with everything updated, tested, daily driver, no corrosion ready for everything from
daily driving to concourse collecting. Numbers matching rebuilt engine, updated fuel injection, Butyl rubber
(dyanmat pro style) sound deadening throughout interior, new OEM style salt and pepper carpet, 320is BMW Recaros
redone in perforated euro vinyl, new headliner, nice dash, nice updated paint throughout car, BMW OEM factory mag
wheels, new brakes, hydraulics, all new OEM / dealer AC blows perfectly cold even variable speed switch on AC
updated and working
Engine & Drive train
· Numbers matching engine rebuilt this year few years ago along with complete Kugelfischer mechanical fuel
injection. Everything stock runs terrific, reliable.
· All peripherals on engine were replaced with new when engine . Upgraded new 320iS radiator and hoses
· Cold start system has been upgraded with push button “choke” style button on steering column. Just
push when car is cold as starting car. Easy and reliable no worrying about 50 year old relay to function or
malfunction flooding car
· New Battery, new clutch, new brakes, new brake hoses, cool stainless throaty muffler
Body and Appearance
· Car was in original Inka paint when we received but had some fading, pealing of paint. We stripped most
of car and repainted with OEM Inka base coat clear coat, wet sanded buffed, trim reinstalled
· OEM belt trim removed and reinstalled for paint. All in nice shape there are a few pieces with minor
· New front windshield, all new rubber seals in front and back glass, side windows, doors, chrome inserts in front
and back glass all new
· New windshield wipers, wiper motor all checked works great
· Re-chromed center section on rear bumper. Front bumper in good shape but has some chrome pitting in
· Trim all in excellent shape
· Glass in excellent shape
· Bottom of car in un-molested in like new shape. Has been power washed and detailed in black paint for
preservation, no undercoating. Pedal box rebuilt with new throttle linkage detailing, hinge on pedal, new pads on
brake and clutch
· Updated interior with very cool OEM style new salt and pepper carpet, butyl rubber sound deadening, heat
barrier carpet pad, original front and rear door panels in nice shape, dash excellent shape, new M style shift
boot, new headliner
BMW 2002 for Sale
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Auto blogFri, 13 Dec 2013
BMW may be set to expand its US operations with a new engine plant, Bloomberg reports. The Bavarian automaker already has its Spartanburg, SC factory which builds the company's X3, X5 and X6 crossovers. According to the story, Mexico is also under consideration for the BMW engine factory, with the report claiming a final decision will be made in 2014.
"Establishing local motor manufacturing abroad is more complex than assembling cars, but it's a logical step for them to eventually start making engines in markets where they're expanding vehicle production," Juergen Pieper, an analyst for Bankhaus Metzler tells Bloomberg. Building engines in the US or Mexico would save BMW from having to ship engines for some of its most popular models across the Atlantic.
BMW, for its part, hasn't said anything concrete. Spokesman Mathias Schmidt is quoted in the story saying, "As part of our long-term growth strategy, we're frequently looking at different countries for possible locations of future production facilities. No decisions have been made yet, though, for an additional plant."
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