1973 BAVARIA in Excellent Condition
- Condition: Used
- Make: BMW
- Model: Other
- Type: Sedan
- Year: 1973
- Mileage: 89,000
- VIN: 3106495
- Color: Burgundy
- Engine size: 3.0L
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Tan
- Options: Cassette Player, Sunroof
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1973 BMW Other
This RARE CLASSIC 1973 BMW BAVARIA has a new gorgeous Burgundy paint job
Only 2548 of these vehicles were produced for the N. American market.
There are probably only 10 or 20 left in Canada.
3.0 liter inline six cylinder engine mated to the factory 4 speed manual transmission,
Rear wheel drive, ubber fair, 9,000 original miles
Beige original leather interior in near perfect original condition
Body is in great shape. No Rust, /C
The new paint on this Bavaria is exceptional, ure to please the most discerning buyer.
Beautiful trim shines like new
Starts well, uns smoothly.
Blaupunkt Cassette player however I don't have the code.
A true classic and exceptional example of German engineering.
Rarely driven and always garage stored.
Car originally from the US.
Selling do to the lack of garage space.
No warranty expressed or implied.
Seller will assist with shipping.
Serious inquiries only please. Thank you.
PLEASE NOTE:Price in US DOLLARS.
A Little History of the Bavaria
The BMW E3, r New Six, s it was known, as a step in the right direction for BMW in the late 1960s. This, long with the 2002 “New Class” helped better define the vehicle lineup and began to cement the company’s position as a manufacturer of sporty, fficient sedans. Unlike its predecessor we featured earlier in the week, he 3200CS, he New Six had a more advanced overhead cam engine and unit body construction.
It was famous vehicle importer Max Hoffman that goaded BMW into making a special model for the US market, alled the Bavaria. This car had less luxury features that the 2800 model featured, ut did feature the larger, .8 liter inline six. The Bavaria gained a bit of notoriety over the years, s former First Lady Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis was known for piloting her Bavaria around Manhattan in the years following her marriage to Aristotle Onassis and subsequent relocation to New York.