1982 BMW E21 Pick-Up
1982 BMW E21 Pick-Up
|Model||E21 Pick Up|
|Mileage Indicated||26 2671km|
|Transmission||5 Speed Manual|
|Engine||2.8 L M52|
|Interior Colour||Black leather|
Step into the realm of Frankenstein’s Monster; envision a BMW crafted by this iconic character, and you’ll find yourself gazing at this very car.
Meet the e21, a precursor to the future 3 Series BMWs, but with a unique twist – it’s a pick-up truck. Under the hood roars the potent 2.8l M52 BMW Straight Six, harmonizing with the E36 Speed Gearbox and drawing power from a 635CSi’s final drive. This amalgamation results in a true powerhouse rather than a mere workhorse.
In the aesthetics department, this Blue Beast stands tall on a custom lowrider chassis accentuated by a 333i kit. A set of 17-inch wheels gives it the final touch of flair.
While the E21 might not immediately come to mind as a top choice, consider its role as a weekend toy, beckoning you to take it for a spin. Don’t underestimate its allure; there’s a certain charm in its uniqueness.
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