BMW E21 BAUR 320/6 Targa - Cabriolet Original, 1982


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{{ $t('Seller') }} H2H
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{{ $t('City') }} Lasne
{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
{{ $t('Make') }} BMW
{{ $t('Model') }} E21 BAUR 320/6 Targa - Cabriolet Original
{{ $t('Year') }} 1982
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{{ $t('VIN') }} WBAAH1108C6976706

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Faithful fans of Passion For Classics, know that this is by now our 3rd BMW BAUR edition that we can offer you! This E21 Baur is made for BMW by "Karosserie Baur" from 1978 to 1982 on only 4595 pieces, of which only a few were equipped with the M20 320/6 2.0L 6 Cylinder. The BMW E21 Baur is a mixed 5-seater Targa-Cabriolet with a soft rear window. BMW M20 six-cylinder petrol engine. The six-cylinder model is often referred to as the "320/6". The engine uses a Solex 4-barrel downdraft carburetor.


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The BMW-produced "open" versions of the E21 chassis were limited to a factory-fitted sunroof. However, BMW struck a deal with Karosserie Baur GmbH in Stuttgart, Germany. Baur was founded in 1910 and has been building convertibles since 1927. They had been building BMW convertibles since 1937, starting with the 320 and 327 models. Based on this cooperation, Baur got permission to build E21 convertibles under the name Baur TC-1, based on the regular E21 models. BMW then offered to sell the cars through their dealer network and maintain the official BMW warranty. The construction of a roof frame, rear soft top and Targa roof was designed in close harmony, ensuring build quality and exceptional rigidity. A reliable and healthy car, in very good general condition: - major maintenance was done last summer (engine, valve adjustment, fluids, ...) - Brakes refit with new calipers - 4 new tires - cosmetic treatment


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This very beautiful example always carefully maintained, requires only a few small interventions in order to regain all its splendor. The characteristic Baur top comes in two pieces. The removable targa panel is original, the folding rear section has been renewed. The latter is well fitted and has a clear plastic rear window and is in good condition.

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The car was professionally repainted in its original colour a few years ago. The paint is in good condition - there are a few traces of rust-bubble formation. These are all correctly displayed in the photo gallery.


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The interior is upholstered in grey cloth with a matching dashboard, door panels, and headliner. Additional features include grey carpets, heating, an updated gear knob, and a time-correct radio/cassette stereo. The owner notes that the driver's seat and rear seat need repair. The dashboard has a small crack - clearly shown in the photo gallery.

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The engine starts and drives well. The 320/6 was a variant of the E21 BMW 3 Series introduced in 1977. These series sedans were powered by BMW's M20B20 engine. This 2.0L six-in-line engine delivered 121hp and sent power to the rear wheels via a manual gearbox.


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Full maintenance has been done last year see invoices.

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There is no further information on the past.

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The car will be delivered with Belgian Oldtimer title

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Requires only a few small interventions in order to regain all its splendor. The clutch will need to be replaced in the future... The turning lights comodo have to be replaced.


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Feel free to come and see for yourself before bidding. Ultimately, Baur produced this unusual 3-Series - officially the "TopCabriolet," and referred to in BMW circles as the "TC" - for four years: 1978 to 1981. Exactly 4,595 were made - most of them 323i models, apparently covering all engines: from the frugal 75-horsepower 315 to the raucous 143-horsepower 323i. Needless to say, it was a different time in the land of the 3-Series.

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