bmw 3.0 csl Introduced in May 1972,  the 3.0 CSL was a homologation special built to make the car eligible for racing in the European Touring Car Championship . 1,265 were built. The "L" in the designation meant leicht (light), unlike in other BMW designations, where it meant lang (long).
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1973 BMW 3.0 L CSL 2275227 – sold for €127,600 The ” Zertifikat ” provided by BMW indicates that the 3.0 CSL on offer left the production line on 18 December 1972 and was delivered new to the garage BMW AG Niederlassung in Stuttgart. It was registered on 15 February 1973 to a German who kept the car until May 1976.
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The original BMW 3.0 CSL Batmobile is an almost mythological car that has graced countless teenager’s bedrooms walls in poster form, and features prominently in many adult’s automotive bucket lists.
The BMW 3.0 CSL was a racing car, introduced by BMW in 1972, homologated to make the car eligible for the European Touring Car Championship. The BMW 3.0 CSL was the car that made BMW famous in the US, winning races in the IMSA GT Championship in 1975.
1972 BMW 3.0 CSi This very exciting 1972 BMW 3.0 CSi project is available in light blue metallic with a Read More ›
BMW Group Classic is again the main sponsor of the event and will be bringing out truly iconic cars to celebrate the occasion including a BMW M1 and a BMW 3.0 CSL. The BMW backed portion of the ...
This BMW 3.0 CSL, No. 25, won the 1975 12 Hours of Sebring and was instrumental in establishing the ‘Bavarian Motor Works’ name to a completely new group of US auto enthusiasts as BMW of North ...
Description. The '73 BMW 3.0 CSL is a racing variation of the BMW 3.0 Saloon (the E9, as it may also be called). The BMW 3.0 CSL was a Euro-spec 3.0 CS with aluminum bodywork to shed some weight for better on-track performance, with the CSL variant about 440 pounds (200 kg) less than the standard 3.0 CS.