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Here is a very nice solid 1973 BMW 3.0CS which is in an excellent condition for it's age given that it has not been
It is currently part of a collection since it was originally owned by "Michael Douglas" for the first 30 years of
it's life in California.
After almost 2 years of ownership I'm ready to find it a new home. It has been an absolute joy to own. Turns heads
everywhere I go. The exhaust note under acceleration is just amazing.
Its has Malaga exterior with a Natural Brown (Butter-scotch) interior. I know this car spent some time at coupe
king around 2004 and some of the pieces were re-dyed. The carpet, back side of the leather, door panels and
plastics all match this color so I believe it is original. It is a 4 speed car. Non sunroof. Clean title.
Upgrades to the car
Pertronix pointless ignition setup, new cap, rotor, wires, and plugs.
New sport springs to replace the sagging factory springs with Bilstein shocks.
Webber carburator upgrade.
It does have an older upgraded stereo system that I'm not crazy about.
I do have an accurate account of all of the previous owners. I have the paperwork to prove it with color copy of
the Pink Slip (California Title) from Michael Douglas' ownership.
I have all service records from the previous owners. I do not have accounts of any accident history. Previous owner
informed me of one repair on the right front fender where the Emergency-brake was not engaged correctly and did the
car rolled and gently slid into a nearby light post while he was in the store. This required a small repair to the
right front fender and respray. When I purchased the car I inspected the complete chassis and hidden areas for
signs of rust and previous accident repairs. I have photo documentation attached of the "problem" areas that I
found. The rest of the car looked solid. All under-body areas that had surface stains were cleaned, rust
preventative used and then painted. In the quarter panels and front areas there are no rust and also the case with
fender wells as pictured. I used a product that helps prevent any future issues. I didn't see any issues when using
a bore scope and looking in the panels. This was just for my piece of mind