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1984 Hartge H7S BMW e23 For Sale

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When James P. forwarded this car to me, I was pretty sure I had already posted it, but going into the Hartge archives I couldn’t find it. Now I realize I posted it on my personal blog before I had ever started GCFSB. It’s been for sale by BimmerBrothers since late 2007 at least, and what’s interesting is that it was listed then for under $9k. Maybe it’s seen some love since then and thus the higher asking now at $10884. See the listing that is currently on Craigslist SF Bay:

quote from seller’s listing:

I am offering for an appreciating new owner this super rare and unique 1984 BMW Hartge H7S 5 Speed
IMMACULATE rust-free superbly-maintained example one of three believed in existence.
Hartge engine, suspension, wheels, stripes, shift knob and wheels. MUST SEE!

Doing a quick search Hartge H7S brings up hits on what I believe to be the same car that date all the way back to 2004 and 2007, which it suggests it has changed hands a few times. One of the previous owners chimes in on this thread on mye28.com. From what I can tell, it was originally being traded for under $5k and then each owner has added some work of some kind to make it a little better. What do you think — good enough to warrant $10k?

dc

2 Comments

  1. James P
    James P September 8, 2009

    The car is beautiful. I’d pay $10k if I were in the market for a car like that. And no, it’s not my car. 😉

  2. Dan
    Dan September 8, 2009

    I agree James. If I could carve out some money for a rare and undoubtedly appreciating classic, I’d make sure to take good care of her too!

    dc

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