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Robb
06-04-2007, 01:39 PM
if anyone here is interested, found these on Jspec imports.

http://www.j-specimports.ca/dealernet/details.php?id=1830272
http://www.j-specimports.ca/dealernet/images/1830272_1.jpg


http://www.j-specimports.ca/dealernet/details.php?id=1830271
http://www.j-specimports.ca/dealernet/images/1830271_3.jpg

paul christians
06-04-2007, 03:22 PM
77 was the last gen of the 02s before the e21s came in too,and you can see the change too...

///Maluco
06-04-2007, 08:35 PM
what a rip-off....for 30g's, I would at least want to know the mileage of the car!!!

I can't recall the website, but there was a place in California that had some really nice 2002 Turbo examples with FULL documentation going between 20-30g's USD. Some were even fully restored too!

Bainze
06-04-2007, 10:04 PM
they stopped building 2002's in 76

Robb
06-04-2007, 10:14 PM
if it was sold in 1977, then its a 1977. doesnt matter what year it was made, in Europe.

Old_School
11-04-2007, 07:12 PM
if it was sold in 1977, then its a 1977. doesnt matter what year it was made, in Europe.

Where do you get that idea? Year of manufacture is pretty important.

Or do you mean that Japanese ads will have the date of first registry in Japan, as opposed to the actual model year of the car?

Robb
11-25-2007, 03:24 PM
http://classiccarfair.com/1974_bmw_2002_turbo.htm

MarkD
11-28-2007, 08:14 AM
if it was sold in 1977, then its a 1977. doesnt matter what year it was made, in Europe.


But most of us don't live in Europe. You have to remember that Europe is where most fairytales come from also.

What's important to me is the build date, not some mythical sale or registration date that means very little to most people.

SickFinga
11-29-2007, 05:33 PM
How come second one, in the first post doesn't have widebody in the front?

73 Tii
12-03-2007, 03:00 PM
How come second one, in the first post doesn't have widebody in the front?

I think it is a turbo clone, fenders look all wrong.

craz azn
12-04-2007, 06:24 PM
I think it is a turbo clone, fenders look all wrong.

LOL. I think you are wrong. Its just a butchered up '02 Turbo. The fenders don't 'look all wrong' they are just molded into the body along with the front spoiler, obviously saying the car was repainted. And its missing the Turbo gauge cluster trim too and the 13" wheels. Those look like 15" BBS RAs or something... But its got the right seats, correct Turbo add-on gauges, etc...

73 Tii
12-04-2007, 11:11 PM
LOL. I think you are wrong. Its just a butchered up '02 Turbo. The fenders don't 'look all wrong' they are just molded into the body along with the front spoiler, obviously saying the car was repainted. And its missing the Turbo gauge cluster trim too and the 13" wheels. Those look like 15" BBS RAs or something... But its got the right seats, correct Turbo add-on gauges, etc...

So its either a Turbo which has been butchered to look like a clone, or a clone which kinda looks like a turbo. I wouldn't make a decision based on the Scheels or the gauges which can be found. Either way, it would be a tough car to purchase all the way from Japan.