1964 BMW 1800 Ti (TiSa) - SOLD
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1964 BMW 1800 Ti (TiSa)
Having started his relationship with BMW way back in 1966 aboard an 1800 TiSa, long time BMW works driver Dieter Quester was an obvious choice for the brand’s semi-official entry to the thriving FIA Historic Touring Car championship of the early 1990s.
In addition to driving duties, Quester and his own Scuderia Bavaria team would be responsible for the preparation of the squad’s four BMW 1800 Ti’s, each built to full Ti/Sa racing specification.
Chassis 980348 was one of these four cars and would be shared by Quester and Finnish rallying legend, Rauno Aaltonen, among others.
A sister car to that raced contemporarily by Jackie Oliver and Richard Shaw of Laranca Engineering, it later went on to enjoy a second successful chapter of historic racing in the hands of renowned and respected historic racers, Olly and Graham Bryant who, in their most recent U2TC outing at Donington in 2017, secured two class wins and were the highest placing BMW.
Suitable for the St. Mary’s Trophy at Goodwood, this car offers one of the most affordable ways onto a Revival Meeting grid while also being eligible for U2TC, Masters Pre-66 Touring cars and many more touring car series.
Available today in race-ready condition*, accompanied by valid HTP papers, some spares, and benefiting from a recently rebuilt engine, gearbox and differential. Considerable technical development has been invested in this car, particularly with regards to the engine which is of high specification and produces approximately 190bhp.
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