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Motorsports Monday: 1972 BMW 2002tii

As vintage circuit competition cars have steadily ascended into the automotive Valhalla of pricing thanks to success of popular races like the Le Mans Classic, Monterey Historics, and of course the many events at Goodwood, the fallout has been to pull up related motorsports. For some time, vintage rally cars were generally considered used up, tired old hulks. But the fringe of enthusiasts that loved seeing the flatout and fearless driving attitude adopted by many a rally driver has grown to a much greater audience with new races like the Targa Newfoundland and Tasmania to name a few. While those races attract much newer and faster metal, there’s still a huge audience that loves seeing the pre-Quattro 1970s vintage rally cars. With high revving naturally aspirated motors and rear drive, this was the original ‘Formula Drift’, with constantly sideways Ford Escorts, Fiat 131 Abarths and the superhero of the 1970s WRC scene, the Lancia Stratos. But mixed in there too were some Porsche 911s, and of course, the effervescent BMW 2002:

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Year: 1972
Model: 2002tii
Engine: 2.0 liter inline-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 10,371 mi
Price: $46,900 Buy It Now

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Rally Spec 2002tii! This car has raced raced in some of the most prestigious classic Rallies of Cataluña (Barcelona, Spain): 1st: Rally de Invern the Cataluña (Spain) 2nd: Ralliy Osona 3rd: Rally Guilleres 4th: Rally Costa Brava 5th: Rally Platja d’aro 6th: Rally 2000 Viratges 7th: Rally Emporda-Angles 8th: Rally de Terra Quatre Rodes 9th: Rally Cales de Palafrugell.

Many items include, short shift BMW transmission, self locking differential, full roll cage and reenforced chassis, competition shocks, lightened interior, simplified electrical circuit for easy access to central panel, Motolita steering wheel from the 70’s, Sparco racing bucket seats and 5 point safety harness, Emergency shut off, hydraulic vertical hand brake, side and center auxiliary lighting, sport tires (plus two full spares). Motor was prepped by BMW specialist and fitted with dual Webber carburetors. As per BMW certificate of authenticity (included with sale), this is a factory Colorado Orange car delivered brand new on 7//03/1972 in Madrid, Spain.

Average wear and tear is expected for a vehicle with these specs and year. However, there is no rust or accident history. The car is turn key and ready for track or street!

Milage is represented in KM not miles.


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I have included as many photos possible to assist in my description. However, if you require additional photos and/or have any questions please feel free to contact, Gaston via message or call/text (786) 486-7746. International buyers welcome!

Sold AS-IS. Please do not assume anything that may not be described. Ask all questions before committing to buy. No warranty or guarantee expressed, written or implied.

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While this 2002 isn’t an original rally example, the build looks pretty good from what is shown. The color combination evokes the image of the Alpina cars, but is original and looks clean. Neat too are the Braid competition wheels, and the classic ‘Roundie’ simple design is offset well by the updated racing paraphernalia. Not much is detailed about the current condition and close inspection shows this isn’t a museum piece by any means. On top of that, it’s priced pretty aggressively high at nearly $47,000. For that amount, you could build your own to taste, so as this car has no historical race history or important names attached to it (at least, none are disclosed) it’ll have to be a fair bit less expensive before it becomes a good deal. Still, looking at it I can immediately hear the M15 screaming close to redline with the driver looking squarely out the passenger window and a rooster tail of dirt emerging from those squat rear tires…