The BMW E9 was launched in October 1968 with the 2800 CS having a six-cylinder engine of 2,800 cm 3 and 170 hp.
It replaces the 2000 C / CS range. It differs by its front, due to the extension of the engine compartment to accommodate the new 6-cylinder in line inherited 2500/2800 sedans.
This engine, type M30, will do a lot for the fame of BMW.
His last descendants will be the engine of the M5 in 1995. As for his predecessor the chassis E9 is assembled at the famous coachbuilder Karmann.
In 1971, BMW replaced the 2800 CS with the 3.0 CS equipped with a 3000cc engine with a 180 hp carburettor and the 3.0 CSL with 215 hp.
It always has a 4-speed gearbox, but it receives a power steering and especially 4 disc brakes that were sorely lacking in the previous version.
The production of all these models stopped in December 1975, the last vehicles being delivered in 1976.
The Ad that caught our attention is therefore this really nice Bmw 3.0 CS E9 released in September 1975 fully restored in 2016. Blue color initially, the latter was changed to a very beautiful red (photos of the car before the restoration thereafter).
Its M30 B33 engine has a new cylinder head and a low engine 80,000 Km. It is equipped with two new Zenith carburetors powered by a low pressure electric gasoline pump and a tailor made stainless steel tailpipe giving it a very beautiful sound.
Three engine control manometers have been added to the center console
The standard 4-speed La Boite is equipped with a short BMW 3.0 CSL lever coupled with a self-locking bridge.
Other features of this vehicle include a set of Alpina RG copy rims, a 3.0 CSL front and rear anti roll bar, short springs and Febi dampers.
The upholstery has been completely redone in leather with a new wooden steering wheel.
A sunroof, an Alpina front skirt and the vintage radio are also part of the equipment.
It is sold with a normal French registration, a very nice car to see!
Its price: € 30 000
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