1997 BMW 320 Supertouring Car, Designed by McLaren Cars.
Run by Cibiemme in the Italian Series.
2000cc S42 Engine, 300bhp, 6 speed Hollinger Gearbox, Penske Dampers, Carbon prop-shaft, AP brakes (2 Calipers per wheel front)
Complete with small spares package.
Large spares package by separate negotiaton.
Lotus Twin Cam engine, 158 BHP, (see dyno sheet),
Alternator Conversion and Aldon electronic distributor, (original Dynamo and dizzy with car).
Standard 2000E gearbox, (new Quaife 4 speed gear kit with car), LSD.
Leda dampers, 2 1/4" springs, spherical top mounts.
Hi-Spec 4 pot calipers
New Yoko A048 tyres
Safety Devices cage...
Priced to sell. Brand new, FIA Appendix K pre 1966, New 2016 HTP Price in stg: 36.500
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To Be Auctioned
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The famous BMW 3.0CSL Batmobile was made available for sale in BMW showrooms during May 1972. in order to homologate the race car and enable it to compete in the European Touring Car Championship. Toine Hezemans won the European Touring Car championship of 1973, and also won the class at Le Mans driving with Dieter Quester, and the Batmobile went...
Chassis Number: BBATNR20394
Engine Number: Not Specified
Number of cylinders: 8
Year of Manufacture: 1973
Estimate (£): 16,000 - 20,000
Further details to follow.