1970 BMW 2800 CS
1970 BMW 2800 CS 4-speed Manual
The E9 six-cylinder coupé was introduced in 1968. It was in fact not a coupé version of the E3 saloon, but an enlarged version of the 2000 CS. With a look at racing, this made sense; the smallest base with the biggest engine. If there is one model in the history of BMW that represents its most significant era it is the BMW E9 Coupé.
Here is a good opportunity to lay your hands on a tastefully modified 4 speed manual 2800 CS. Originally 170hp, but engine is tuned up with a more aggressive camshaft, extractor manifold, three double-Weber 45 carburetors. One-inch widened rear fenders together with 16” BBS wheels gives this car a very nice presence, but still maintaining its original look.
Equipped with factory extras such as electric windows and electric sunroof.
Price: 36.000 EUR. Ready for export.