For some reason, BMW 2002s are easier to find in self-service wrecking yards (in Colorado and California, anyway) than are 320is. Most of the Crusher-bound 2002s I see are pretty well picked over— probably before they ever got to the junkyard— and so I don't photograph them. However, a round-taillight 2002
with automatic transmission is something you don't see every day.
I spotted another '73 2002 with slushbox at this very same yard, about a year ago; that one was more complete than today's junkyard find, but there's a certain "abandoned project car" similarity to them.
It makes me sad when I see an old car with the instrument cluster totally destroyed by a junkyard customer, all the parts scattered around the car's interior and nothing purchased.
Automatic transmission and air conditioning! This unit has an aftermarket or dealer-installed look about it.
Not much of this engine is left. Still, there are some usable parts remaining on this car.
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