Sam Smith drives a BMW Alpina 2002 ti at the Rolex Monterey Motorsport Reunion
Road & Track Executive Editor Sam Smith drives a 1970 BMW Alpina 2002ti at the 2014 Rolex Monterey Motorsport Reunion. The car, currently owned by BMW of North America, was a factory Alpina team car and later campaigned by Vasek Polak in the SCCA's 2.5-liter Trans-Am. This was its first outing following restoration. It weighs around 2000 pounds and makes roughly 200 hp.
BMW 2002 S14 Swap Schnitzer Stroker Engine
A BMW 2002 customized with a 2.5 liter S14 motor is displayed at the Hemmings Sports & Exotics car show in Saratoga Springs, New York. This car is painted Inka Orange and took 4 years to restore to its current condition. It features an E30 M3 drive-line with a Getrag 265 transmission.
BMW 2002 MRT
Les premiers tours de roues de la fameuse Merguez...emotions!!!
M3 S14 EVO powered 1974 BMW 2002
This M3 was completely stripped and rebuilt to the highest quality from my friend at A1 Imports Autoworks in San Rafael, California. The whole car is completely custom, from the coilovers, to the rollcage, the the EVO stroker 2.5L S14. http://www.a1importsautoworks.com