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Buying an old school 1972 BMW 3.0 CLS requires a lot of cash – between $91,207 - $104,237 – but it could be worth it, considering that BMW only made 1,265 units and not all of them live on. 

The BMW was built from the 1972 era as an homologation special for the European Touring Car Championship, the BMW 3.0 CSL remains a true icon till today, with reduced weight and powerful (for the 70's era) 3.0-liter engine, which was steadily upgraded over the years. This particular BMW – that can be seen in the gallery – was shipped new to the UK on March 21, 1973, and throughout its life time, it had 8 owners, including one that purchased the BMW in 2011 and had its bodywork fully stripped to bare metal and re-painted it with Taiga Green. Its engine, gearbox, and suspension were reassembled by a Ferrari specialist and since then it has been properly maintained and used on the road, several times. 

The BMW 3.0 CSL has 120,700 km on the clock, which is believed to be genuine, and if t has caught you attention, then you might be lucky enough to own the BMW in the near future. 


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