I hate to be the crazy guy who shouts things up at your window from the street..again…but here I am. And I’ve got two important things to say. First is, if you want a BMW 2002, get one now before they become stupidly expensive and the second is that somebody should start making high-end modified 2002s in the same way that Icon restores Broncos or Singer restores 911s. Oh. Wait, I think I just figured it out. If builders start making $150k restomod 2002s, then the $5k rust buckets will become $20k rust buckets like 911s or vintage Broncos. Forget I ever said this. I was never here. Find this 1974 BMW 2002 offered for $14,500 in Upland, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1974 BMW 2002
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: green
title status: salvage
1974 BMW 2004 in very good condition, fully restored couple years ago. It just received a full tune up by a BMW specialist shop.
NO RUST, not now not before. true rust free California car.
Runs and drive magnificent, everything work as it should.
Interiors look new, no crack on the dash, all light works.
Original optional sunroof.
It has period correct roof rack and yellow fog lights.
If you’re looking for a ready to drive classic BMW this is the one. Looks great, runs great.
California Salvage title in hand. I don’t know why. Car is non OP
All considered is priced fairly so no BS or low baller.
No offer by text will be considered.
See a better way to drive a green classic? firstname.lastname@example.org