Round Taillight Survivor: 1971 BMW 2002

This 1971 BMW 2002 is a desirable round taillight model that the seller claims runs and drives quite well. The color appears to be Sahara, which is a great shade of paint on a vintage BMW like this. Sporting… more»

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Crazy Interior: 1991 BMW 325i Convertible

This 1991 BMW 325ic convertible has more than a few things going for it, including a rare paint code, a rust-free chassis, and the preferred combination of the 2.5L inline-six and five-speed manual transmission. The car has lived in… more»

Sweet Square Tail: 1974 BMW 2002Tii

For myself and many other automotive enthusiasts, BMW’s 02 Series is a “bucket list” vehicle to own. While countless examples of the iconic sports car are projects that require significant time and cash, this 1974 BMW 2002Tii that’s available… more»

Original Owner Roundie: 1972 BMW 2002Tii

$41,000 is a tall ask for most BMW 2002s, but there is historical precedent for truly exceptional cars clearing that number with relative ease. The question is whether this Golf Yellow Tii example is one of them. Said to… more»

Daily Driver Q-Ship: 1988 BMW M5

This 1988 BMW M5 is a one-year only model that remains one of the marque’s most coveted performance models decades later. Despite the limited production, these survive at a decent rate thanks to owners who passionately maintain them well… more»

Bimmer Bargain? 1973 BMW 2002tii

The “Oh Two” community is a worldwide network, according to BMW, and that network consists of enthusiasts of what is technically known as BMW’s “114” range. Included in that range is this 1973 2002 TII, located in Spartanburg, South… more»

Cheap ’02? $2,800 1975 BMW 2002 Project

$2,800 doesn’t buy much these days in the way of a project that will not only be enjoyable to drive but also promise not to take you under water once you begin tinkering. Unfortunately, some of the proverbial ships… more»

Gray Market Project: 1985 BMW M535I

Here’s a car you don’t see often: a 1985 BMW M535i, basically a precursor to the iconic BMW M5 that would arrive on our shores a short time later. The M535i wasn’t the Motorsports-built legend like the M5 was,… more»

Rare Soft Top: 1957 BMW Isetta Cabriolet

This tired 1957 BMW Isetta is a rare cabriolet model that featured a small soft top at the edge of the roof panel. Not very many were made and they rarely pop up for sale, particularly in project car… more»

No Reserve Tii! 1974 BMW 2002

This 1974 BMW 2002 Tii is selling at no reserve, and is described as a dry, running project that needs mechanical refreshing in order to be considered a reliable daily. Living in California and Idaho has likely prevented the… more»

Golf Yellow Roundie: 1972 BMW 2002

This 1972 BMW 2002 is a desirable round light model, otherwise known as a “roundie,” that wears one of the more vibrant 2002 colors known as Golf Yellow. While I’m not 100% sold that this is the original shade… more»

BF AUCTION: 1974 BMW 2002

Sold For: $500 If you are a fan of German sports cars, you probably already know that BMW 2002s are a hot commodity right now! They are fun little cars to drive, but they are getting harder to find…. more»

Ultimate Driving Machine: 1988 BMW M3

If ever a car deserved to wear the badge of “Giant Killer,” then the BMW E30 M3 could wear that badge both rightly, and proudly. In world motorsport competition, this is a car that was able to take on… more»

READER AD: 1988 BMW 325ix Coupe

BMW’s E30 generation of 3-Series sports cars is quickly on the rise with enthusiasts looking for a fun to drive classic. You really can’t go wrong with one, they are lightweight, well balanced, and really well built. While M3s… more»

Parked Since ’78: 1972 BMW 2002 Tii

Of the BMW “02” series of vehicles, the 2002 Tii probably only ranks second in desirability to the 2002 Turbo. However, finding a good Tii project car today is exceptionally difficult, but that seems to have changed with this… more»

Cheap Start: 1988 BMW M3 Project

This 1988 BMW M3 is in sorry shape, lacking its original S14 engine and listed as being “stripped” on the auction website. Although it is not a typical theft recovery given the completeness of the interior and body, there’s… more»