1975 BMW 3.0CSL Batmobile Group 2/4 Replica

Back in June I took a look at the roadgoing version of the CSL ‘Batmobile’ – well, at least a replica of one:

1971 BMW 2800CS ‘Batmobile’ Replica

I talked about the race exploits of the FIA and Touring racing cars, and today we’re looking at a replica version of one of those.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1975 BMW 3.0CSL Batmobile Group 2/4 Replica on eBay


Year: 1975
Model: 3.0CSL Batmobile Group 2/4 Replica
VIN: 4310322
Engine: 3.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: NA
Location: Miami, Florida
Price: $185,000 Buy It Now

Vehicle Original VIN : 4310322
What you are looking at, is the result of years of craftsmanship and dedication as this is a 1975 BMW 3.0 CSL tribute car with everything meticulously put together to make this as close to a thoroughbred Group 4 race car as possible.

Equipped with a 3.5 liter engine composed of original Hartge parts and an authentic, working mechanical fuel injection, this car is yesterday’s analog Batmobile race car; today.

For serious inquiries please do not hesitate to contact us as this is a collector grade recreation eligible for historic enthusiast racing.

Features
KUGELFISCHER MECHANICAL FUEL INJECTION
HARTGE H6SP ENGINE BUILD
FIA APPROVED SPARCO SEATS
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
KILL SWITCH
FUEL CELL SYSTEM

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The CSL race cars lived an interesting life. Technically they began as Group 2 cars, which were modified street cars. However, they were also born in the middle of radical revisions to the rules and emerging technology. They raced in the European Touring Car Championship, later in Group 4, and also had even more wild bodywork to enter into Group 5. This one appears to be more the Group 2/ETCC bodywork, but it has the a later 3.5 motor like a Group 4 car would. Of course, with a replica it’s not necessarily about being 100% correct but what looks neat, and this certainly does. If you want a real Batmobile, especially a race winning example, you’re looking at big money – a Group 5 winner will set you back over a million dollars. This one is far from cheap, but if you like the look and don’t mind it not being an exact replica, it sure looks like a fun toy.

-Carter

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2 Comments

  1. You’d think they could have sorted out the ride height for that much money….

  2. I have seen a couple of real ones at vintage races…the wheels and tires of this tribute car really look out of place.

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