Luckily, there are no welds on this intake manifold. It’s cast aluminum from the factory. That’s right: factory. In case you didn’t know, in ’73 and ’74, BMW sold a turbocharged 2002. Packing 170hp in a fly-weight package sounds like quite the recipe for success. This one claims the double-edged sword of low mileage: only got 66k miles, but it’s been sitting for the last 14 years. Assume every non-metallic component will need replacement or refreshing…except the dashboard, which is miraculously not cracked. It’s sitting at $7,100 with the reserve not met and three days to go. Plenty of time over the weekend to get your finances out of order.