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Modified 1976 BMW 530iPosted by WindingRoad about 7 months ago
This 1976 BMW 530i was purchased by the seller as a non-running project four years ago and was completed and modified by his shop in 2016 and 2017. Power is from a 3.4-liter M30B34 inline-six paired with a Getrag 5-speed manual transmission and Metric Mechanic limited-slip differential. Modifications include a roll cage, Recaro seat, Racepak digital dashboard, DTM-style shifter, Liqui Moly livery, coated long-tube headers, a lightened flywheel, and more. This E12 is offered with a New Jersey bill of sale.
The car is said to have been repainted approximately 15 years ago. Custom red and blue Liqui Moly livery was applied during the seller’s ownership and is said to be removable. The car is equipped with a black rear lip spoiler and a single center-exit exhaust.
BBS Mahle 14″ basketweave wheels wear Dunlop G/T Qualifier tires that are in need of replacement. The suspension and brakes have not been modified by the seller, though a rebuilt brake booster and new pads have been added.
The interior has been stripped and fitted with a roll cage, Recaro sport seat, AKG Motorsport DTM-style shifter, and fire extinguisher. The stock dashboard has been modified with a Racepak digital display, 4-color MOMO Corse steering wheel, and custom ignition panel.
The odometer reportedly showed 70k miles when it was removed at the time of the build, and an estimated 200 miles have been added by the seller since completion. Total mileage is unknown.
The 3.4-liter M30B34 inline-six is equipped with a reground camshaft, M30 air flow meter, Ireland Engineering coated long-tube headers. The car was wired and made to run by the seller’s shop in 2016 and 2017, and a new starter was installed in 2018. Other equipment includes a new radiator, lightened flywheel, replacement clutch, and more.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Getrag 5-speed manual transmission and Metric Mechanic Sideloader limited-slip differential.Contact Seller »