BMW 2000 CS

Allgemeine Angaben
Standort:
5550 Langeskov Dänemark
Marke:
BMW
Fahrzeugtyp/Modell:
Fahrzeugdaten
Karosserieform:
Coupé
Baujahr:
1967
Laufleistung:
362 km / 225 mi
Eigenschaften
Kraftstoffart:
Benziner
Außenfarbe:
Weiß
Metallic-Farbe:
Nein
Innenfarbe:
Andere
Hubraum:
2.000 ccm
Leistung:
100 PS / 74 kW
Getriebe:
Schaltgetriebe
Weitere Merkmale:
fahrbereit
restauriert
unfallfrei
Wertgutachten
Wertgutachten:
Nein
Beschreibung

1967 BMW 2000 CS - Nut and Bolt Restored

 

European-market 1967 BMW 2000CS with factory 2.0-liter M10 inline-four, dual side-draft Solex carburetors, and four-speed manual transmission. Finished in white over a blue interior with replacement cloth upholstery, the car was imported from Germany to the US in 1980. The vehicle was later imported into Denmark and underwent a comprehensive Nut and Bolt restoration that finished in 2023. Complete photo documentation of the restoration is included in the sale. The car is offered with a Colorado title.


The interior features re-trimmed bucket seats in blue cloth/vinyl and matching replacement carpets. Wood trim accents the steering wheel, dashboard, door panels, and shift knob. Factory equipment includes power windows, a heater, an inoperative radio, a two-spoke steering wheel, a tachometer, a clock, and gauges for fuel level and coolant temperature.

 

Car Specification:VIN: 1105110
Odometer: 362 Kilometers
Engine: 2.0L 4-cylinder engine
Transmission:
Four-speed manual

 

History of the  BMW 2000CS:

The BMW 2000CS was a luxury coupé produced by the German automaker BMW from 1965 to 1969. The car was a part of the BMW "New Class" line of vehicles, which also included the 1500, 1800, and 2000 models.

 

The 2000CS was first introduced in 1965 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was designed to be a more stylish and upscale version of the popular 2000 sedans. The car featured a sleek, aerodynamic body with a long hood and a short rear deck. It also had a unique "shark nose" grille that would become a trademark of BMW's design language.

 

Under the hood, the 2000CS was powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four engine that produced around 100 horsepower. This was paired with a four-speed manual transmission or an optional three-speed automatic. The car had a top speed of around 110 mph, making it one of the faster vehicles in its class at the time.

The 2000CS was well-received by critics and buyers alike. It was praised for its excellent handling and comfortable ride, as well as its stylish design.

 

However, it was also criticized for its high price tag, which made it less accessible to the average consumer.

 

Despite this, the 2000CS was a commercial success for BMW. It was produced for four years, and around 4,500 units were sold. The car's success laid the foundation for the development of the more successful BMW 6-Series, which was introduced in the 1970s.

 

Overall, the 1967 BMW 2000CS was an important vehicle in the history of the German automaker. It helped to establish BMW as a producer of luxury and high-performance vehicles, and its design elements continue to influence the company's cars to this day.

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