1973 BMW Bavaria Sedan.

July 18, 2011

8 comments


8 comments:

ben said...

One of the happiest bimmers I've ever seen, would love to see in person, would love even more to occupy any of the seats.

I don't know about you guys, but I am tickled that this isn't a 1974. I feel like I see a lot more big bumpered 74s than anything from the early 70s. It's a hard life.

joey said...

It's just like I'd rather ride my roadbike it's so much faster and looks cooler

also sweet car

ben said...

How about you save some frickin' Bavarias for the rest of us?

andrey said...

That's Bill Neburka's 1973 Bavaria in extremely rare Inka Orange. He bought it in WA state a while back where it was languishing in someone's yard.

http://seniorsix.org/photos/member10.html

It's as weird or weirder than my Golf Yellow 1973 Bavaria : )

tony said...

ha, nice link.

if you click the "bavaria" tag, you will see his other one!

andrey said...

Ah yes, that's the Sahara 73 be bought as a potential parts car (but it's too nice to part out). The third car, a Fjord blue, I keep seeing in Seattle (including at the apartment building in Ballard where you took the photo) but I've never found the owner.

The nicest one is a '69 2500 that's parked (on sunny days only) at a music instrument store (employee's car?) on Fremont Ave in Seattle, it's in amazingly nice condition, Nevada with Tobacco interior.

If you see a yellow one, that's me ; )

SHAHIN said...

Orange Bavaria? That must be a very rare color here in the US. Awesome!

Gon said...

A Bavaria is an american 3.0 ?