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1973 BMW 3.0CSL 2212279

Below -April 2014 during auction

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279  

bmw 30 csl 2212279

Above April 2014 during auction

Title:

2212279 was sold new in Italy and eventually exported to the US, making its home in Atlanta before being discovered and acquired in 1986 by a prominent and well-established BMW collector and marque enthusiast. The decision was made to commence a complete and thorough restoration. The restoration work began in 1993 or 1994, when a Weber-carbureted and tuned 3.5-litre engine and a five-speed manual gearbox were sourced and installed. The remainder of the restoration was performed with advice from acknowledged CSL guru Richard Conway, parts sourced from Carl Nelson, and the effort overseen by Denvers Paul Schultz. The restoration, which included an exterior color change to black, was finished in 1997, culminating in the outstanding 3.0 CSL presented here. Importantly, the vehicles original matching- numbers engine block, numbered 2212279, is included in the sale of the car at auction. Of equal importance, this 3.0 CSL retains its lightweight aluminum doors, fuel-filler door, hood, trunk lid, and the Resart/Glas Plexiglas rear- and quarter-windows. It is also complete with the correct wheels, front valance, sport seats, and factory-correct BMW tricolor decals. A recent evaluation confirms that this car is an excellent performer, in keeping with the models sporting reputation, delivering strong acceleration, with a tight suspension, shifting, and braking feel. A documentation file folder containing history, service, and restoration records accompanies the sale of the car.

Courtesie Hemmings & Gooding Company

Before this restoration this car was fitted with a rear wing, roof hoop and was golf green.

My opinion: be careful with the pictures in case you look at them for a restoration, some features of this car are not original

Model code: 3431

Exterior color (paint code):

Transactions:

  • 2019:
    • Auction RM | Sotheby's
    • MONTEREY 15 - 17 AUGUST 2019
    •  The BMW Motorsport Collection of Henry Schmitt
    • Lot 216
    • Sold For $131,600 Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.
  • 2014: for sale on Hemmings for $125,000
  • Auction Gooding Company:
    • 2014 March 7
    • Sold at Amelia Auction for $148,500
    • Estimate: $125,000 - $175,000, without Reserve

Owner:

  1. 2014-> 8/15/2019: Henry Schmitt
  2. 2014 March 7: sold at Amelia Auction
  3. 1986: join a US BMW collection
  4. Exported to the US
  5. Delivery: Italy

Credit / Thank you:

Gooding Company

 

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