This 1974 BMW 2002tii was modified by Alpina to A4S specification and is powered by a fuel-injected 2.0L inline-four mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Finished in red over multi-color Alpina fabric upholstery, the car is equipped with a front air dam, a rear spoiler, Alpina graphics, Euro-spec bumpers, 13″ Alpina wheels, front disc brakes, a Pioneer tri-band cassette stereo, a heater, and Recaro seats. The car underwent refurbishment work in 2018 while in Europe and spent time in Italy, Turkey, and France before it was imported to the US in June 2022 under current ownership. This 2002tii Alpina A4S is now offered with service records, Alpina documentation, and a clean Montana title in the name of the seller’s LLC.

The car was originally finished in Garnet Red Metallic and was disassembled and repainted during the refurbishment in 2018. The Alpina graphics were added after the respray, and additional exterior details include a front air dam, a rear spoiler, bright trim, vent windows, Euro-spec bumpers, polished side mirrors, and twin center exhaust outlets. The drip rails, rear spoiler, and rubber seals were replaced during the refurbishment.

Alpina 13″ alloy wheels are mounted with 185/70 Maxxis Mecotra 3 tires. The suspension features independent front and rear setups with anti-roll bars, coil springs, McPherson struts, telescopic dampers, and rear semi-trailing arms, while stopping power is provided by front ventilated disc brakes and rear drums. The calipers were rebuilt and the master cylinder, front brake rotors, and brake hoses were replaced during the 2018 refurbishment work.

The refurbishment included reupholstering the Recaro seats in black cloth with blue and green-striped inserts, as well as the door panels. Additional equipment includes a wooden shift knob, a Pioneer tri-band cassette stereo, a heater, and Alpina badging. Repairs to the floor pan are noted in the records from 2017.

The Alpina-branded four-spoke steering wheel fronts a 220-km/h speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, and a combination gauge for fuel level and coolant temperature along with an analog clock and four auxiliary gauges mounted across the dashboard. The five-digit odometer shows 31k kilometers (19k miles), approximately 100 kilometers of which were added by the seller.

The rebuilt 2.0-liter inline-four sends power to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. Modifications performed by Alpina included an air filter housing, an exhaust manifold, forged competition-grade pistons, lightened and polished connecting rods, a revised cylinder head, and an Alpina-tuned fuel injection system. Output was rated at 195 horsepower in Alpina spec. An oil change and ignition tune-up were performed in January 2023. The engine and cylinder head stamps are pictured in the gallery below.

The front and rear subframes were disassembled, sandblasted, and repainted, and rubber components were replaced prior to current ownership. Additional photos of the undercarriage are provided in the gallery below.

Photos of the refurbishment process will accompany the car, along with Alpina documentation, import documents, and service records.

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