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1974 - Bmw 2002 on 2040-cars

US $11,000.00
Year:1974 Mileage:74000 Color: Silver

Englewood, Colorado, United States

Englewood, Colorado, United States
1974 - Bmw 2002, US $11,000.00, image 1

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).

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