Any advertising man worth his salt will tell you that you’ve got to woo your buyer with sights, sounds, and smells within the first few seconds of introducing your product to him. Conversely, a shrewd buyer will tell you that the best deal is often found when no slick advertising schmuck is involved on the other side of the deal. We at DT are not advertisers…nor are we buyers…but we are middle men who try to help buyers find sellers (and sometimes the other way around). When a listing shows up completely free from sights, sounds, or smells — it could be a great deal. Find this 1974 BMW 2002 Tii offered for $4,000 in Wilkesboro, NC.
The entire contents of the listing are as follows:
Good shape some rust was converted to carb by po but was done by a shop
with paper work I do have the parts to swap it back to fuel injection I
have all interior parts minus the carpet bumpers and oem wheels will be
included. The is a great start for restoration. Price is also Obo
The Tii version (touring internationale injected) of BMW’s 2002 New Class is a pretty cool vintage ride to get — it adds fuel injection, rarity, and some special under
hood parts to up the ice factor on an already cool car. Tii prices
have been steadily increasing for the past few years and seem like a good bet for value of a drivable classic in the next decade or so. A running driving version for less than $5k seems like a steal.
See a better deal on a classic sport sedan? firstname.lastname@example.org