I always cringe a bit when I see someone describe a car as having “a little rust”. Just how much is “a little”? The problem is that one man’s patina is another man’s panic attack. When I saw this next car, I was immediately attracted to the low price and 10-foot appearance, but any potential buyers are going to need to live with “a little” rust or know how to weld. Find this 1975 BMW 2002 offered for $12,000 in Novato, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1975 Bmw e10
title status: clean
Pre smog 1975 bmw e10 2002 for sale or trade.
Body is all straight Little rust on the car but not in the crucial areas. Floors and body panels are solid. Little ding in the front bumper panel overall car is a driver and super fun to drive.
Ireland racing front and rear sway bars
HR lowering springs
MOMO prototipo steering wheel
VDO radio head unit
Ireland racing front valence
HELLA rally lights
Corbeau seats have stock seats as well but the driver seat is torn
Have euro bumpers to toss in with brackets if the price is right
Cons turn signals, brake lights, and rpm gauge don’t work
Few cracks in the dash
Center support bearing going out. Makes a noise at lower speeds
Radiator has a leak have to top it off have a radiator that is untested I can toss in
Asking 12k OBO or trade for another bmw
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