1973 BMW 2002 for sale in Miami, Florida


FOR OVER 400 CLASSIC CARS FOR SALE OR TRADE AT ALL TIMES. SITE UPDATED DAILY. ON SOUTH BEACH CLASSICS, THE COOLEST CLASSIC CARS ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD IN THE SIZZLING HEAT OF MIAMI Discovery Channels Hottest New RealitySeries Friday June 17th at 9AM ET/PT to 12 noon. In a place where it’s all about seeing and being seen, Miami attracts big personalities and big stars – many who will pay top dollar to stand out in the crowd. Discovery Channel’s new series SOUTH BEACH CLASSICS, Friday June 17th from 9AM-12noon ET/PT, is set amidst the flash and glamor of Miami, where the people who wheel and deal automobiles at Florida’s largest classic car dealership are just as colorful and vibrant as the people who buy them. Husband and wife business partners Ted and Robin Vernon -- along with the eclectic crew they’ve affectionately dubbed “the gargoyles†-- buy, sell, trade and exchange some of the most unique classic automobiles on the market. SOUTH BEACH CLASSICS is set amidst the crazy action at South Beach Classics where Ted and Robin deal in cars that range in price from a few thousand to well over 1 million dollars. Like a kid in a candy store, Ted, a no-nonsense, gregarious Long Islander, lives to find, buy and sell the most unique, automotive treasures out there. Robin, an outspoken, stunning blonde who runs the dealership and Ted, is a master at selling cars, but she and her husband don’t always agree on how to run the business. With over 300 cars on the lot at any one time, the action and the deals are fast and furious. The Vernon’s clientele range from professional athletes to local Miami Beach high school students, all looking for that one-of-a-kind vehicle. Executive producer for Pioneer Productions, Stuart Carter, says, “Ted and his business make for fascinating viewing – with plenty of laughs along the way. He and his wife are terrific, larger than life characters, and the people who come onto the lot every day make for a rich and entertaining mix.†SOUTH BEACH CLASSICS is produced for Discovery Channel by Pioneer Productions. For Pioneer, Stuart Carter is executive producer. Susan Winslow is executive producer for Discovery Channel. 1973 BMW 2002 Previous owner replaced all rubber bushings and parts that were worn, new engine and transmission mounts, tune up, fluids, etc. They also put early 1970s BMW "turbine" alloy wheels on, added a desired passenger mirror, upgraded the interior rear view mirror to a larger size, and just put on period fog lamps. Gears and clutch are fine. Engine runs strong, and zips about as it should. Suspension is tight and the car corners great. Previous owner kept the car in good, daily driver condition, and also re-routed the gas line so it doesn't have the BMW 2002 "gas fumes in the trunk" smell. These cars are known for having rust issues, but mine is free of rust in the trouble areas. No rust in the wheel arches, under doors, floors, or shock towers. The original color was BMW Malaga, a rust/maroon non-metallic. Previous owner had it painted back to a BMW Calypso Rot (Red) that is similar to Malaga, but metallic. This is a driver's car, and the steering is tight and sporty. A/C Car These cars were well built, and they created the market for BMW in the US

Year:  1980 or older

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