|3.0 CS||1971|| 2240142||Polaris Neu||United States of America||10/6/2009|
|General History: 4th owner. Was a CA car with lots of wear and modest rust. Now the body is fully restored and the rest is a work in progress.|
Modifications: 265 Getrag 5 speed, Carl Nelson Suspension, Crane Ignition.
|2800 CS||1970|| 2270016||Atlantik Blau/Black Leather||United States of America||10/7/2009|
|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 CS||1970|| 2270263||Nachtblau||United States of America||10/20/2009|
|General History: Manufactured on May 25th, 1970 and
delivered on June 10th, 1970 to the Hoffman Motors Corp. in NewYork City.
This was a CA car until 2000 when it was shipped East to me.|
Modifications: Flowfit front seats, E24 rear seats, Nardi wheel, Bilsteins, Carl Nelson springs and sways, front strut bar, offset strut mounts, 16" staggered BBS', 3.3L with dual Weber 38s, Shrick cam,lightened flywheel, 123 programmable distributor, stainless exhaust, 3.0 brakes, 5 speed, 3.45 LSD.
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2240907||Chamonix||United States of America||10/20/2009|
|General History: Manufactured June 28, 1973 delivered July 20th to Hoffman Motors NY. It appers the car then was delivered to Kerr Grain Corp c/o Kuni Cadillac, Beaverton OR. I purchased in 2002 from Coupe King, drove cross country, drive daily if it is not raining or snowing. Best interior Bav Auto Show N Shine ...[more]|
Modifications: 3.5L M30B35 engine, Weber 38/38, 10.5:1 compression, Paul Burke cam 5 speed, UUC short shifter, lightened flywheel, 1-2-3 ignition, Bilstein shocks, Carl Nelson springs, Nardi steering wheel, 14 x 7 Alpina wheels, Ireland Engineering strut brace, hula girl on the dash! Added Hella city lights ...[more]
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2250587||Fjord||United States of America||10/20/2009|
|General History: Purchased new in NY and spent most of its life there, sold to an owner in TN who completed a partial restoration. Sold to current owner in MA who completed interior restoration, including wood.|
Modifications: Pre-'73 bumper mounts, removed strut spacer. (saved). Webers, electric fuel pump.
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2250375||Polaris||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: Originally purchased at Zipper BMW in Beverly Hills, CA. I am the second owner. Always lived in S. California. Update: sold after 20 years of ownership in 2012, car still resides in LA. Update: car up for sale again as of Feb. 2014. car still resides in LA|
Modifications: Converted to a 5 speed OD tranny. The rest is stock
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2250671||Agave||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: traced back two previous owners-Seattle and Georgia. Little else known|
Modifications: 3.5 csi engine, Getrag CR 5 speed, 3.07 LSD differential, staggered 16/7 &16/8 BBS RA wheels, Bilsteins, Carl Nelson Springs/sways, camber plates
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2240321||Polaris Neu||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: Northwest car. 3rd Owner. Have all records back to original purchase. Manufactured July 18th, 1972 (delivered July 28th to Hoffman Motors, NYC).|
Modifications: MegaSquirt EFI. Planned 5 spd Getrag with 3.5l M30 engine upgrade.
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2250656||Agave||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: My search for an E9 coupe culminated after researching noted restoration services offered by Don Detlefson's, The Werk Shop in Chicago, Matt McGuinn's, Sports Car Restoration in Ct., and CoupeKing of Long Beach, Ca..
Ultimately, and with the assistance of Murray Fowler (Bluemax), I signed onto a ...[more]|
Modifications: Original automatic--converted to 3.5 Euro L, 38-38 Weber Carbs. 5 series A/C compressor upgrade. Points delete, Petronix ignition upgrade. UUC Short Shift, Ireland Engineering strut brace, Carl Nelson sway bar. Stainless steel exhaust. Euro 635 Style front airdam, CSL rear ducktail spoiler ...[more]
|2800 CS||1969|| 2270012||Baikal||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|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.
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2240322||Sahara||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: "The BMW 3.0 CS US VIN 2240322 was manufactured on July 18th, 1972 and delivered on July 28th, 1972 to the BMW importer Hoffman Motors Corp. New York City. The original colour was Sahara, paint code 006." First maintenance records, for the Coupe, are from July 1986 located in Sparks Nevada. The ...[more]|
Modifications: Dual Webers, Front shock tower strut brace otherwise Dead Stock.
|2800 CS||1970|| 2270050||Baikal||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: A northwest car since day one. Purchased in Yakima. Owner moved to Portland in early 80's. Up near Seattle now in 2008 (and on). I'm the 5'th owner as best I can tell.|
Modifications: Alpina 16" wheels (replica) - European front turn signals - Carl Nelson lowering springs & Bilstein shocks. I have a 5-speed transmission that needs to go in to replace a soon to die ZF 4-speed.
Otherwise - VERY stock.
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2250609||Malaga||United States of America||10/21/2009|
|General History: Built May 24, 1973. Original California car that spent two years in Seattle before returning in January 2005 to my care. Comprehensive restoration in 2005/2006 to original unmodified condition other than 16" staggered Alpinas. Still has the `73 US bumpers and funky front bumper guards.|
Modifications: 5 speed conversion from automatic, M30b35 upgrade Dec 2014
|3.0 CS||1974|| 4335258||Baikal||United States of America||10/22/2009|
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|2800 CS||1970|| 2270266||Nachtblau||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: I purchased the car from the original family that purchased the car new in Oregon. Car has always been a New Mexico car, I was able to find car through my wife, it was in storage for 15 years. A real time piece, car was repainted by owners in late 70's due to clear coat separation and not a ...[more]|
Modifications: Totally stock with the exception of 20 spoke BMW wheels, still have original wheels, tires and hubcaps. All tools present, brand new sheepskins for front seats in the trunk in original boxes from BMW now on car.
|2800 CS||1971|| 2280133||Agave/Tan Leather||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: Three owner car never restored but carefully maintained since new. Lots of receipts for work done over 35 years. Lived until 2007 in Sonoma, CA so it is a rare un-rusted original car. Now in Denver CO carefully driven on dry days only.|
Modifications: Originally an automatic transmission now converted to 4 speed manual transmission. Also has MotoLita wheel as well as original.
|3.0 CS||1974|| 4310155||Polaris||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: I am the second owner. All of the Alpina elements are original and purchased by the first owner.|
Modifications: Motor: Triple 40DCOE Carbs, Alpina airbox, manifolds, headers and exhaust
Transmission: Alpina close ratio 5-speed with short throw shift & reinforced mounts
Differential: Alpina 75% LSD
Suspension: Alpina FB4 chassis set
Brakes: Alpina B2 competition brakes
Wheels: Alpina 7x16F, ...[more]
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2240524||Polaris||Canada||10/22/2009|
|General History: There have been at least three owners of this South California car that had extensive restoration work and mechanical upgrades in 2000 at which time was repainted Polaris over the original Malaga. Very sound body and very reliable operation that makes it a joy to travel long distances. The only ...[more]|
Modifications: 3.5l L Euro block, Arias forged pistons, 282 cam, Ported 535i head and manifolds, Getrag 265 (5spd) and 3.45 LSD rear end, Bilstein HD and 28/23mm ST sway bars and lowering springs, 16" staggered Alpina wheels, batteries under rear seat, Recaro SRD front seats, rear seat delete (removable), ...[more]
|2800 CS||1970|| 2202577||Orange & Black||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: MFG date : Dec 1969. Originally sold to Denzel Dealership in Vienna, 1970. Original color was Polaris. History unknown until acquired from fellow E9 enthusiast in Southern California in 2004. Color was Ceylon with tan leather interior at that time. Prior owner to him installed C/R 5spd and ...[more]|
Modifications: 3.3L, 300deg Alpina cam, dual Weber 38s, over-sized Alpina valves, ceramic coated header, race coil-over & Bilstien suspension, C/R 5spd sport tranny, 3.45 LSD, Painless 12 circuit harness, 100amp GM alternater, body & interior lightened.
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2250265||Malaga||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: This car started out life (when I purchased the car) as a USA 1972, 3.0 cs, automatic, dual webers. I have owned this car since 1989 and have restored it along the way. After buying it in 1989 the car was driven twice a month on weekends but due to its mechanical state I was unable to drive it ...[more]|
Modifications: I have modified this with a 3.5L FI motronic engine with Dinan chip, 5 speed, LSD, lowered with 16" Alpinas and suspension technique springs and sway bars. Engine and drivetrain upgrade was completed by Carl Nelson at La Jolla Independent.
|2800 CS||1970|| 2270335||Bristol||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: I have owned since 1989. Bought from Clairmont Continental Motors in Berkeley, Calif. Seller claimed it was first owned by George Lucas, though I cannot confirm this. Has always been a driver, though following significant body& paint restoration in '08 - '09 it has become a bit of a "garage ...[more]|
Modifications: 5 speed, Weber 34-36
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2250389||Fjord||United States of America||10/22/2009|
|General History: New Mexico then California then back to New Mexico|
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2240915||Atlantik||United States of America||10/23/2009|
|General History: Purchased in 8/09. Originally imported to Toronto on 8/2/73. Owner had it painted silver. Was driven for 4 years & then put in storage for 11 yrs (light summers usage.) Prior to re-sale, it was painted back to original Atlantik color. Then it was shipped to the Southeast & went through 4 owners. ...[more]|
Modifications: Alpina 16" Staggard Wheels ~ Webers ~ Bilsteins ~ Nardi Wheek ~ Original Sales Brochure ~ New Sheepskins ~ Original AM/FM Radio!
|3.0 CS||1971|| 2210088||Anthrazit-Grau||United States of America||10/23/2009|
|General History: Built May 5th 1971 Imported to Italy May 11 1971. Original color Malaga 021. Imported to US 1985. Restored in Italy before US import. D-Jet injection system and engine from CSI.|
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2240689||silver/blue||United States of America||10/23/2009|
|General History: Great car to drive, everything works. Bought in San Diego, engine was rebuilt about 30K ago. 4 speed is smooth and easy. We drive her almost every day, a great way to see this beautifu wine country of ours.|
Modifications: Nardi wheel, twin Webers, stereo, that's it
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2250337||Agave||United States of America||10/23/2009|
|General History: |
Modifications: 3.5L motor with webers, 5 Speed Conversion (originally automatic), LSD, 16" staggered Alpina wheels.
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2250131||Schwarz||Canada||10/23/2009|
|General History: Canadian car, the Ohio, then Florida, then Arkansas, Texas now back to Canada|
Modifications: Just enough to keep it going
|3.0 CS||1974|| 4335411||Polaris||United States of America||10/24/2009|
|General History: Build date of December 4, 1974. Delivered to Hoffman Motors Corp. in NYC on December 19, 1974. Original color Polaris Metallic, Paint Code 060. Originally an automatic, near complete restoration performed in 2009 by Coupe King. Driven a couple days per week.|
Modifications: Converted from automatic to 5-Speed with Euro bumpers and DOT reflectors removed. New carpet kit; Weber 32/36 carbs; Petronix ignition; custom trunk detail; Blaupunkt w/ bluetooth phone and six speaker stereo.
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2250065||Chamonix||United States of America||10/24/2009|
|General History: |
Modifications: 3.0CS with M30 motor, stroked to 3.9L. Originally automatic, converted to 5-speed.
|2800 CS||1969|| 2201885||Atlantik||New Zealand||10/24/2009|
|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.|
|3.0 CS||1974|| 4310064||Fjordblau||Canada||10/24/2009|
|General History: |
Modifications: Twin webers
|3.0 CSi||1973|| 2262745||Inka||Austria||10/25/2009|
|General History: I would like to introduce you to my ORANGE, a BMW 3.0 CSi Built in 1973, and then I'll tell you a little story how I came to her and take her under title and tranformer her from the painted dead body to a jewel! It was back in 1997 and I was looking for a classic car, my divorce was 2 years ago, ...[more]|
Modifications: Original restored 16" staggered Alpinas in 16-7/16-8
Lightened flywheel, connecting rods and crankshaft differential lock, Getrag 265 5-speed gearbox leathered Recaro Classic sport sets with orange stiching,
CSL rear ducktail spoiler, Csl-stripes, hood lock and windsplits, electric Hirschmann ...[more]
|3.0 CSL||1973|| 2275313||Inka||United States of America||10/26/2009|
|General History: Originally delivered to Reims, France in July 1973. Used in the 1974 French film "Les Murs Ont Des Oreilles". Fully restored in 2006 in original Inka. Regularly driven including occasional historic rallies.|
Modifications: Windsplits, auxillary gauges, rally tripmeter
|3.0 CS||1974|| 4305134||blue||United States of America||10/26/2009|
|General History: I bought the car 3 mo ago, I have been lookng for the front calipers, the car starts and runs,|
|2800 CS||1970|| 2270163||polaris||United States of America||10/26/2009|
|General History: owned since 1983, last repaint 1989, new front windshield and seals/trim 2008
floor pans replaced in 2006|
Modifications: 5 spd, 3.07 lsd, weber carbs, new 3 tone black/grey custom leather interior.
Din1 IPOD stereo system, amp and eq
Wood redone in Carpathian elm burl
|3.0 CS||1973|| 2240884||silver||United States of America||10/26/2009|
|General History: texas car thru FL to NC|
Modifications: 3.5L and 5 speed to come, completely taken down, dipped, rustproofed and refinshed
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2250136||Verona Red||United States of America||10/26/2009|
|General History: Manufactured on April 24th, 1972 and delivered on June 14th, 1972 to the importer BMW Concessionaires G.B. Ltd. in London. The original color was Verona, paintcode 024.
Unclear why a US spec car was delivered in London.
First US owner seemed to have both enjoyed driving the coupe as well as ...[more]|
Modifications: 5 speed conversion, Bilsteins
|3.0 CSi||1974|| 4340718||Unknown||Austria||10/27/2009|
|General History: |
Modifications: The Color is Blue Metal Flake
|2800 CS||1970|| 2270218||Sahara||United States of America||10/27/2009|
|General History: 5th owner,
car was originally from Florida|
Modifications: 3.0 motor
|3.0 CS||1972|| 2240305||Schwarz||Canada||10/27/2009|
|General History: 2240305 was purchased new Jan 15 1973 from Don Ramussen Company in Portland Oregon.I have the original bill of sale!The owner was a professor at the Portland State University. Car remained in Oregon when the 3rd owner performed a complete nuts and bolts "total restoration". I bought this car in ...[more]|
Modifications: 5 speed,Alpinas,springs& shocks.