1973
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    3.0 CSi “Alpina” Renn- /Rallyefahrzeug

    • Completely restored on bare metal
    • Ready for taking part in historic motorsport events
    • Road registration
    Colour Weiss
    Interior Schwarz
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Mileage 00460 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    Between 1968 and 1971 the The BMW E9 has been successfully used as 2800 CS at important international races such as Le Mans, Nürburgring and Sebring.
    Based on this design the 3,5 CSL was introduced in 1971 as widebody and in the close-to-production, narrow design according to Group 1 – Regulations with 3.0 ltr. Displacement.
    This BMW 3.0 CSi comes from Italy and was completely restored under the direction of a well-known racing driver and built in accordance with Group 1 regulations in the style of Alpina. The original, Italian approval (libretto) is available.
    The vehicle has a historic registration and a new TÜV approval and is ready for taking part in sportive, historical events. All dismantled vehicle parts are available. The purchase price shown here is well below the construction costs.
    Tuned straight six-cylinder engine with BOSCH D-Jetronic, 2.985 ccm
    BMW- sport gearbox, differential lock, sport suspension Bilstein, alloy rims BBS, sport steeering wheel, sport seats BF Torino, roll cage, FIA-safety tank, fire-extinguisher, sport exhaust sytem stainless steel, tinted glass, etc.

     

    98.500,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    Between 1968 and 1971 the The BMW E9 has been successfully used as 2800 CS at important international races such as Le Mans, Nürburgring and Sebring.
    Based on this design the 3,5 CSL was introduced in 1971 as widebody and in the close-to-production, narrow design according to Group 1 – Regulations with 3.0 ltr. Displacement.
    This BMW 3.0 CSi comes from Italy and was completely restored under the direction of a well-known racing driver and built in accordance with Group 1 regulations in the style of Alpina. The original, Italian approval (libretto) is available.
    The vehicle has a historic registration and a new TÜV approval and is ready for taking part in sportive, historical events. All dismantled vehicle parts are available. The purchase price shown here is well below the construction costs.
    Tuned straight six-cylinder engine with BOSCH D-Jetronic, 2.985 ccm
    BMW- sport gearbox, differential lock, sport suspension Bilstein, alloy rims BBS, sport steeering wheel, sport seats BF Torino, roll cage, FIA-safety tank, fire-extinguisher, sport exhaust sytem stainless steel, tinted glass, etc.

     

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