|Type of Owner:||Private Owner|
|Engine:||M10 2.0-liter OHC inline-four|
|Exterior Color:||Malaga Red|
This is a 1973 BMW 2002tii “Roundie” in Malaga Red with black vinyl interior and 4 speed manual transmission. The seller is a car enthusiast and collector who has owned it for the past 20+ years and kept it current with all maintenance. Modifications include the Italian-made Minilite-style wheels, a wood-rimmed sport steering wheel rear trunk spoiler and aftermarket exhaust. It has a clear title and is in Vermont.
The exterior color is Malaga Red in an aged patina. The seller has not completed a repaint during his ownership. There may have been a respray from a prior owner but that is not confirmed. The seller identified some scratches in the paint but no dents or chips. A rear trunk spoiler from a 1974 2002 Turbo was added along with a performance exhaust. The seller replaced the floor and trunk pans and remediated any rust. The window seals show no leaks. The chassis photos do show some surface oxidation. This 2002tii has new OEM front-disc/rear-drum brakes on all four wheels, and new shocks. The Italian-made Minilite-style wheels do not show any curb rash and exhibit some flaking of the wheels’ finish. The tires are General Altimax RT43 sized 175/70R13 with 2019 DOT date codes.
The interior is upholstered in black vinyl and seats are all original. The original plastic “bus” steering wheel was replaced with a wood-rimmed sport steering wheel (The original wheel is included). The carpet has no holes or worn areas with new floor mats. The dash has a fabric cover and could not be assessed from photos for any cracks. All the gauge’s function, and photos show some oxidation near the rims. The glove compartment also shows some oxidation. There is no sagging of the headliner and dome lights were not tested.
This BMW 2002tii has the original fuel-injected M10 2.0-liter OHC inline-four and has never been rebuilt. The seller reports no leaks, and the four-speed manual transmission shifts normally.
The seller states that Vermont does not issue titles for vehicles of this age so it will be sold on the proper document in his name for transfer of ownership. The seller will include an owner’s manual and partial service records for work completed during his ownership. This 1973 BMW 2002tii is a driver that runs and operates as expected and is ready to be enjoyed by its new owner.