Another New Six: ’72 BMW Bavaria
In 1971, the Bavaria, made exclusively for America, replaced the 2500/2800 models, but used the 2.8 L engine with some interior features stripped out to give a more attractive price. Guess who absolutely loved this model? Just about every car magazine road test editor. Less stuff means less weight and weight in cars, as in people, is a bad thing. We don’t see many nice examples offered but we were sent this one by Stuart J. and it looks like a nice one. This one looks great in black with black interior. It has the desirable manual gearbox that the seller says shifts great. Trust but verify. Some of the gauges have been by-passed with newer gauges under the dash. The steering wheel is aftermarket but looks fine. The seller asks $13,200 for the pleasure of owning a great BMW sedan. Click here for the Craigslist ad.