The 1971 BMW 3.0 CSL was the sportiest version of the CS series to be released. It was originally manufactured to be used as a motorsport vehicle in competitions. The light designation was symbolized in the CSL add-on. The lightness of the vehicle was achieved most easily by building the vehicle body with thinner steel and by removing the trim and soundproofing materials on the interior of the vehicle.
Also, they used aluminum alloy on the doors and other select parts of the vehicle to maintain the lightness. For this first model year produced, the car maintained the same engine used in the CS model version. The windows in this model were electric and the seats were fully adjustable. The particular buyer could add more add-ons.
If youre looking for a one-of-a-kind special motorsport vehicle built by Bavarian Motor Works, enlist the help of the classic car lovers at the Beverly Hills Car Club! They can help you locate a 1971 BMW 3.0 CSL in their showroom or, if there are none in stock, they can find one for you through a private seller for a fair and competitive price. They will even ensure the car is in great performance condition upon sale and have it inspected before it leaves the showroom with you. If it makes you more comfortable, they will accommodate your own personal mechanic inspection prior to purchase. They will also ensure you are an informed buyer of a classic vehicle and know how to maintain the beautiful condition of the car when it leaves the lot.
If youre looking for a pain-free purchase experience, give the Beverly Hills Car Club a call today and see how their top-flight customer service can give you peace of mind and a great vehicle to cherish.
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