The E9 was the base for the first two BMW Art Cars; the first was painted by Alexander Calder and the second by Frank Stella. For sure, it’s one of the gorgeous two-doors sports coupes in the world, perfectly meshing golden-era BMW engineering with a minimalistic design.
The famous Coupe Sport Light version can now hang on your wall. Introduced in May 1972, the 3.0CSL was a homologation special built to make the model eligible for racing. This car is basically the granddad for Art Cars, BMW Motorsport, or even Alpinas.
A fantastic car and true proof that BMW has a long tradition of building ultimate driving machines that combine design and driving pleasure. There are probably not many who would have said no to one of these.