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Need Advice: 71 2800CS with M30 engine (archive)

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Posted by bimmer brett on July 27, 2000 at 18:37:50:

I posted before but I have some more info. What I am asking is what you think of the car I am about to describe, what you think it's worth and any advice you can give me.

I have an 84 528e and can talk in E28 terms, but I have little clue about E9's. I do know I appreciate the style of the E9 very much and that is why I am interested in this car.

Here are the details:

1971 2800CS auto, converted to M30 engine with no a/c, Getrag 260/5 5-speed, stiffer/lower springs, M5 criss/cross wheels 16", comes also with some kind of 13" wheels as well, the body originally had some rust in the usual spots but has been fixed using a premium body filler and TLC. the owner did the conversion and body work himself (he's a prof. body man) with the intent to keep the car (so the work is good). i examined the M30 retrofit and it looks great - he did a great job with it. Everything else is original. It comes with a CS front spoiler.

Work required: horn needs to be connected up to steering wheel, seized emergency brake cable. Everything else good.

It has been repainted a dark metalic blue. paint looks good. the front right fender has a small ding in it and there is a small ding in the rear quarter panel (nothing major).

After bodywork, cas has not been driven in winter, stored indoors.

Any advice or direction would be appreciated! Thanks.

brett
84 528e with goodies


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