how much should i pay for a rusted non running 2002 with mechanical and cosmetic damage?


Asked by Aug 05, 2015 at 12:28 PM about the 1975 BMW 2002

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What car? And i think around 100 dollars MAX.


Those are iconic classics- consider that there were a lot made- mass produced- so somebody is gonna want those parts- right down to interior trim- if the engine and tranny are still intact, those are worth at least $800- if not more to somebody who really needs them-

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its a 1975 bmw 2002

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Not many listed... when search is 1973 to 1977 year BMW model 2002.... to avoid confusion BMW model 2002 was produced from 1962 to 1977. They are expensive, start at $16k and up. And UP. ...and jamnblues makes a good point


$800 max if there is a lot of cosmetic damage. Especially if it's non- running.


Absolutely nothing! nada....not even for free!....walk away and quickly. I have restored 5 of these cars and it is hugely expensive even starting with one in good condition. You'd be much happier sending me the money- it will be cheaper and you'll know somebody enjoyed it.


FYI: do not buy a 1975 under any circumstances due to engine problems- go earlier or the the '76 final year.


Less then a 1000$ you going to have to play with the seller)


$500 tops.

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