|3.2 CSL||1972|| 2275513||Polaris||United States of America||11/11/2015|
|General History: Imported into UK and used as Press car.
Featured in Motor Magazine June 22nd 1974
Purchased by Charles Richardson approx 1985 and kept in UK.
Moved to USA in 2012 and now owned by his son.|
Modifications: No Mods.
All stock CSL Batmobile
|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275500||Chamonix||United Kingdom||7/29/2015|
|General History: Bought as a restoration project in Germany 2006|
|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275534||Polaris||Germany||3/23/2015|
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|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275533||Inka||Poland||10/13/2013|
|General History: mobile.de add. Produced in 24.10.1973 and exported to Switzerland.|
Modifications: S38 engine
|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275480||Polaris||Germany||8/15/2013|
|General History: |
|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275501||Chamonix||Spain||10/19/2010|
|General History: It was produced at July 27th, 1973, with its original color white Chamoix 085. One month later, at August 27th, the car was exported to the BMW dealer in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands), Walter Sauermann.
Nevertheless, the car was not entitled until June 19th, 1975, by Emma Maria ...[more]|
|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275483||Polaris||United States of America||4/10/2012|
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|3.2 CSL||1973|| 2275489||Chamonix||Switzerland||5/10/2011|
|General History: Third manufactured Bat and probably the oldest surviving one (the two first 3,2CSL were test cars) 2275489 was delivered on Friday the 13th of July to BMW's Sales and Marketing team, with the registration plate number M-YM313. It was one of the cars on display at the Aschheim test ...[more]|
|3.2 CSL||1974|| 4355008||Polaris||Switzerland||6/3/2012|
|General History: The car had 3 owners in Germany before it was acquired by Pradip Pattni in the 1980s. The car benefited from a partial restoration at Alpina and was meticulously looked after (the car was sent in a covered truck from the U.K. to Alpina in Buchloe each year for its major service!i) while in ...[more]|
Modifications: Converted by Alpina in May 1974, including 3.0 liter D-Jetronic engine (250 bhp), 5-speed ZF gearbox, special clutch assembly, larger diameter exhaust, larger anti-roll bars (front & rear) and larger brake discs. I have the original Alpina invoice for DM 12,000; the price of a 2002 in 1974!
|3.2 CSL||1974|| 4355016||Chamonix||United States of America||9/23/2014|
|General History: At Classic Investments Sep 2014, http://classicinvest.com/1974-bmw-3-0csl|
|3.2 CSL||1974|| 2275434||Polaris||Sweden||4/12/2014|
|General History: Delevered by BMW Füss Baden Baden|
|3.2 CSL||1974|| 2275507||Polaris||United States of America||10/18/2013|
|General History: Bought the car in 1977, the car was instorage for 3 year before. It has lots of fun parts form the factory. All wings, tinted glass, power steering and sun roof. and yes, its is a true csl. It has been in a dry home most of it life in Texas.|
|3.2 CSL||1974|| 2275522||Polaris Neu||United Kingdom||12/8/2009|
|General History: Sold 26th December 1974, three previous owners before me. Lived in Lyon most of its life. Now nearing completion of a thorough restoration.|
Modifications: 16" alpinas, stainless exhaust, 9 blade fan, braided ss brake hoses.
|3.2 CSL||1975|| 4355042||Schwarz||United States of America||12/12/2010|
|General History: # 42 of the last Batch of only 57 Series 2 CSL Batmobiles ever produced.1 of only 2 ever produced in # 086 Schwarz "Black".It was produced on March 4th 1975 and delivered on March 6th 1975 to the BMW dealership in Niederlassung Stuggart.It is a unmolested,unrestored Series 2 CSL Batmobile with ...[more]|
Modifications: All original except Staggered Alpina 16 inch Wheels and Alpina 3 Gauge Cluster
|3.2 CSL||1975|| 4355054||Taiga||United States of America||5/5/2011|
|General History: Restored in Holland in 90's. Imported to US in 2002. Pictures posted soon.|
Modifications: 100 percent factory
|3.2 CSL||1975|| 4310322||Alpinweiss||United States of America||9/8/2011|
|General History: None|
Modifications: Racing CSL
|3.2 CSL||1975|| 4355049||Taiga||United States of America||10/12/2012|
|General History: Well documented in many sources. Car was sold to a German customer, then sold to a USA buyer in the late 70's. It was advertised for sale in the late 90's in the Roundel, and sold to the President of the German BMW club. He restored the cars over a period of years in a well documented ...[more]|
Modifications: none; as original as possible.
|3.2 CSL||1975|| 4355044||Polaris||United States of America||8/15/2012|
|General History: 3 previous owners in Germany /
Original purchase in Dortmund - Mulfinger BMW /
Original color (Polaris) confirmed by BMW|
Modifications: 5 speed close ratio gearbox (dogleg)