BMW 2000 CS (1966)
89 KW (120cv)
BMW 2000 CS (Typ 120) sold new in Barcelona in July 1966. Unit with manual gearbox marking 75.393 km on its odometer.
Karmann bodywork in metallic Gray “Polaris” color (code 057) with blue cloth interior in very good condition. Details such as the wooden dashboard, the original Blaupunkt Radio, the frameless doors, the mythical “Hofmeister Kink” … complete a very elegant interior with a very attractive patina.
The engine was recently restored (november 2021 with 75.167km), the clutch was replaced and the brakes were renewed. The fuel tank is also new. The vehicle retains its original stickers and identification plates. It has some superficial rust spots on the body, as can be seen in the photographs.
This unit has had 4 owners since new. The first from 1966 to 1984; the second from 1984 to 1993; the third from 1993 to 2019 and the last to this day.
The 2000CS model is part of BMW's famous "Neue Klasse" and was in production between 1965 and 1970, years in which 9,999 units were manufactured. Known as the Type 120, it was the model that later gave rise to the famous BMW E9 series and that over the years would lead to the 6 series.
This 2000CS has a 4-speed manual gearbox and the famous BMW M10 4-cylinder engine that delivers 120hp for this version. It is the same engine as the coveted BMW 2002 Ti.
Engine: 4 cylinders in line
Engine Type: M10
Carburetors: Solex 40 PHH (x2)
Gearbox: Manual with 4 synchronized gears
Maximum speed: 185 km/h
Chassis number: 1100267