1975 BMW 320 IMSA RS Race Car White with blue & green stripes, #64. Brought in from Germany by BMW NA for testing, then given to Miller & Norburn to build into a race car for Nick Craw. First 320 in the U.S. to win an IMSA race. Raced in the RS series until 1983 then converted into a SCCA GT3 race car. Competed SCCA until 1989 and has a SCCA logbook.Track record holder at Brainerd & Pocono. In 1998 car was restored back to IMSA RS bodywork and M&N livery. Other drivers beside Nick Craw include, Carlos Garza, Joe Varde, Steve Earle, Bob Akin, Kurt Roehrig and Jim Miller
GT3 Korman Autoworks 2 ltr M10 (Werks racing rebuild with less than 2 hours on it). Schrick cam, 48 DCOEs, Close ratio 5 speed. Aviad oil pan, MSD ignition, header, oil cooling, etc. Semi tube chassis, custom construction from "A" pillar back. Fully adjustable suspension, 100% locked rear end. Appraised by the former BMW NA M brands manger Erik Wensberg for over $63,000. One of the most historic, significant racing 320s in the country!
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