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 Model   Year   VIN   Color   Country   Entry Date  
2800 CS1969 2270012BaikalUnited States of America10/21/2009
General History:   Early US 4 speed car, actual date of production unknown, here is what BMW sent me. BMW 2800 C US # 2270012 was manufactured on September 26, 1969 and delivered on Sept. 26, 1969 to the BMW importer in New York City. Then later-Knowing this discrepancies for a lot of other cars too, we ...[more]

Modifications:   3.5 w/webers, 5 speed. Lowered, camber plates, 14x7 Weds 2 piece wheels.

2800 CS1969 2202346OtherCanada11/14/2012
General History:   Purchased in Belgium, brought to Canada 1976, driven occasionally, then left at back of garage while I worked on other cars, bringing back to life now, needs new rubber etc before I drive it.

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2800 CS1969 2200708OtherSweden10/9/2016
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2800 CS1969 2200774ChamonixSweden10/31/2016
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2800 CS1969 2201885AtlantikNew Zealand10/24/2009
General History:   Now arrived in NZ (December 09) and have started exposing the rust in the usual places! The engine is seized and I will probably fit another until I can afford a full recon of the original.

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2800 CS1969 2201857ChamonixUnited States of America4/8/2016
General History:   Craigslist ad from Orlando Florida The BMW 2800 CS VIN 2201857 which manufactured on June 11th, 1969 and delivered on June 13th, 1969 to the BMW dealer Döring in Wiesbaden. The original color what Chamonix, paint code 085th

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2800 CS1969 2200093ChamonixUnited States of America5/30/2012
General History:   Oldest racing car known. Restored in 2007.

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2800 CS1969 2221273ChamonixSouth Africa3/18/2016
General History:   repairs- done to alterfnator, water pump and radiatot

Modifications:   a/c; sunroof

2800 CS1969 2201721Polaris NeuUnited States of America3/15/2012
General History:   When pruchased the car was white, over matalic blue, over the original Plaris Nue, Silver grey.

Modifications:   None, Restored to very close to original euro-car condition, with original paint number, 60 Plaris Neu used.

2800 CS1969 2202116FjordblauNorway2/20/2012
General History:   I have owned the car since 1979. There is a 3.5 i motor now.

Modifications:   Welded some rust

2800 CS1969 2200351GranadaFinland12/12/2011
General History:   First bought by my grandfather in 1969 as new. Now owner is my sister.

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2800 CS1969 2202330PolarisUnited States of America12/9/2011
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2800 CS1969 2200489PolarisBelgium12/4/2015
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2800 CS1969 2200420SaharaUnited States of America3/27/2011
General History:   A great starter car, 32k original miles, former Maine Estate Summer Car..all leather near mint, headliner intact, dash wood needs attention and top pad is cracked.Needs a liitle work, but all structual integrity such as shoch towers etc...are perfect. New Pirellis, exhaust is fine, clutch is ...[more]

Modifications:   all stock, 4spd, black leather interior

2800 CS1970 2270524UnknownUnited States of America6/27/2012
General History:   Seen in old CS Register mailing list.

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2800 CS1970 2270030ChamonixUnited States of America12/9/2012
General History:   Seen in Jan-Apr 1994 CS Registry issue.

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2800 CS1970 2280145ChamonixUnited States of America7/25/2011
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Modifications:   5 Speed. 16" Alpina Wheels. Fuel injection. 3.0L engine. 3.0CS rear disc brakes.

2800 CS1970 2280001BaikalUnited States of America8/10/2011
General History:   The car was bought in Northern New Jersey and has been in Vermont since 1983. The car was restored in the winter of 1987/1988. New inside fenders and shock towers were installed. The car was taken apart and all rust was repaired. The body was primed and then painted with the original color. The ...[more]

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2800 CS1970 2280410NachtblauAustralia10/19/2011
General History:   imported from germany to london on december 28th 1970 as a left hand drive US car. Was converted there? to right hand drive. Exported to Australia (date unknown) previous uk owner unknown. Automatic, all original.

Modifications:   none

2800 CS1970 2280058AtlantisblauUnited States of America11/24/2012
General History:   1999-00 Urania Greene 1991-1999 Larry D Greene , Santa Paula 1970-1991 Dr David Schlieman, Sonoma 2003 (guess)- 2008 Dr Nader Baydoun 2008-Pres Carlos C Reis Heidi Schilieman,Sonoma

Modifications:   Stock, full history fully documented

2800 CS1970 2270063Polaris NeuUnited States of America11/7/2012
General History:   purchased car in Jackson, MS from individual who may have purchased it from the original owner. The car appears to be a true southern car that had most unfortunately sat outside parked on the clay and pine straw. Possom nest under hood rotted away parts of the frame rail. rust from moisture ...[more]

Modifications:   I have an entire list of parts to be changed out and Im currently deciding which of my drive trains to put in it, M90 with close ratio, M30b34 with chip and 265 box or late model m50 3.0 with 5spd????any advice welcome

2800 CS1970 2270016Atlantik Blau/Black LeatherUnited States of America10/7/2009
General History:   Built 9-5-1969 Delivered 10-1-1969 to original owner and then purchased by me in early February 1972. As of 10-1-2009 it had 412,625 miles, believed to be the E-9 long distance holder globally. Regularly displayed locally and was driven to Monterey in August for its 35th anniversary of its first ...[more]

Modifications:   Drive Train

2800 CS1970 2270337NachtblauUnited States of America12/14/2010
General History:   Manufactured on June 12th, 1970 and delivered on June 26th, 1970 to the BMW importer Hoffman Motors Corp. in New York City. The original colour was Nachtblau metallic, paint code 040. At one time was a California car and then went onto Oklohoma. I purchased and brought back to California. ...[more]

Modifications:   none

2800 CS1970 2270024ChamonixUnited States of America12/9/2012
General History:   Seen in Spring 1999 CS Registry issue.

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2800 CS1970 2280333SaharaUnited States of America2/22/2011
General History:   Bought it from a gent in Menlo Park who moved on to a 6er Alpina. I still know him through a foaf. Stripped down to bare metal, sat on project, finally sold it to an experienced CS bodyman in San Jose CA for $1500.

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2800 CS1970 2270187AtlantikUnited States of America4/8/2011
General History:   Calif car (San Diego) from new NO RUST! Very nice driver with new paint, new rubber, new leather, new wood etc...

Modifications:   Rebuilt 3.0 with Webers and a 4 speed

2800 CS1970 2270236UnknownUnited States of America6/27/2012
General History:   Seen in old CS Register mailing list.

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2800 CS1970 2280186ChamonixMexico7/29/2012
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2800 CS1970 2270053AtlantikUnited States of America8/29/2012
General History:   Belonged to and was fully restored by Peter Sliskovich

Modifications:   Fully restored by Coupe King - 3.5 liter, 5 speed, new dual EMPI carbs, CK exhaust, new leather interior, stereo/navigation (all hidden), staggered Alpina wheels, Nardi wheel, Alpina air dam.

2800 CS1970 2270271FjordblauUnited States of America3/14/2011
General History:   The car was manufactured on May 26th, 1970 and delivered on June 3rd, 1970 to the BMW importer Hoffman Motors in New York City. It was then sold new in Los Angeles and has always been registered in California. The previous owner believes he was the third owner. He had kept the car about 7 years ...[more]

Modifications:   3.2 liter engine, electronic ignition, 38/38 Webers, high capacity radiator, viscous fan clutch and 7-blade fan, Koni shocks, BBS type 42 rims

2800 CS1970 2270120NachtblauUnited States of America9/2/2012
General History:   seen in september 2012 Roundel

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2800 CS1970 2270283TundraUnited States of America5/24/2011
General History:   The BMW 2800 CS US VIN 2270283 was manufactured on May 27th, 1970 and delivered on June 10th, 1970 to the BMW importer Hoffman Motors Corp. in New York City. The original colour was Tundra metallic, paint code 068.

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2800 CS1970 2280254BristolUnited States of America2/27/2011
General History:   Car is US model automatic originally purchased in Nördlingen, Germany. Wasn't driven in 22 years. Car was restored over a 4.5 year period and is once again on the road.

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2800 CS1970 2270363SaharaUnited States of America6/24/2011
General History:   This is the Parker Spooner car.I bought it from Michael Izor

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2800 CS1970 2270248FjordblauUnited States of America2/16/2011
General History:   The paperwork shows the car was originally purchased and owned in San Francisco, CA. It then appears to have been bought and sold a few times criss crossing the country a couple of times. Last sale the car was purchased from an owner in Mexico. Now mostly restored the car lives comfortably in ...[more]

Modifications:   Djet FI, 3.3 litre M30 motor. Originally Agave now fjordblau in color.

2800 CS1970 2280072ChamonixUnited Kingdom3/30/2011
General History:   This is a 2800 CSA US version that was delivered to UK on July 6th 1970. Now being used to provide parts for 2231665

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2800 CS1970 2202859BaikalUnited States of America5/17/2011
General History:   Full known history since sold new in West Berlin. Privately imported to the US in 1974.

Modifications:   3.0CS rear suspension & (rear disc brakes) vented front disc brake. Aftermarket sway bars & camber plates. Custom dual exhaust system.

2800 CS1970 2202418SchwarzUnited States of America5/11/2011
General History:   Imported from Italy

Modifications:   5 speed, 4 wheel vented discs

2800 CS1970 2221744BaikalGermany6/11/2011
General History:   Date of production 20.11.1970 Date of delivery 27.11.1970 Dealer G. Karl & Co. Mainz-Kastel

Modifications:   original

2800 CS1970 2206009BaikalUnited States of America11/2/2012
General History:   imported to US from Italy

Modifications:   seats / armrests from 635CSi

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