“Neue Klasse”
1974 BMW 2002 tii

Money no object restoration
Prepared for Historic Rallying
147 Bhp @ 5800 RPM

 The BMW “Neue Klasse” 2002 tii (Touring International Injection) was introduced in 1971 as a replacement for the Carburettor fed 2002 ti.
Standard power was 130 Bhp and “Road and Track” labeled it as the best and most versatile car available. The car was so fast and reliable that the German “Baader Meinhof Group” of terrorists used them for their exploits until the German Police would stop and inspect every BMW “Neue Klasse” car.
 
This particular car was built on 10-1-1974, delivered to US importer Max Hoffman and spent most of it’s life in a dry western state. In 2008 the previous Dutch owner imported the completely rust-free car back into Europe and commissioned a complete nut and bold restauration including rebuilding and tuning of the engine including the installation of a ZF dog-leg gearbox.
Over Euro 37K was spent in the restoration alone, all invoices are present.
 
Since then the car has only been used in a few Benelux Rallies and is completely ready for many more events. 
 
Brief Specs
- BMW “Geburtsurkunde” present
- Complete Engine rebuild and tuning by renowned specialist Mannessen of The Netherlands
- Rally spec camshaft
- JE Pistons
- Aluminum radiator
- 1,2,3 Ignition
- ZF Dog leg gearbox
- Limited Slip Diff
- Vented discs
- Koni competition shock absorbers
- Brace between front and rear struts
- Full Cage
- Double trip meter
- Sabelt Competition seats
- Electric Seat belt tensioners

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