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Was tri-power still available in '66?
2000 BMW 528i, 2001 BMW 330CiC
With 3 days to go, the bidding is up to $18,200. Any guesses as to the top bid and whether the reserve will be met?
Here's my two cents. Whatever the high bid turns out to be, it will still be below the reserve.
Here's what looks to be an interesting 1965 Catalina 2+2 convertible. Problem is, the 1965 tri-power motor is not original to this specific car.
Assuming the car really is an actual 2+2, how much of a "hit" does the value of this car take due to the non-original engine? Or, does it take any hit (?) since the motor that's in there is a 421 tri-power (the Holy Grail itself).
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