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Total production: 1265 cars. 800+ CSL street cars in total are now
(2019) estimated to have survived
Paint: Inca Orange, Ceylon Gold, Taiga Green, Gold yellow, Polaris Silver, Chamonix White, Fjiord Blue, Verona Red
Carb survivors: 60/70?
Only 110 of the first-generation ‘Batmobiles’ were built, painted in either Chamonix (white) or Polaris (silver). The rear wing that helped to earn the car its nickname was stored in the boot to avoid flouting some European countries’ traffic laws. Estimated 60 survivors.
The second generation of "Batmobile" was available in almost any color and any option. This is the reason why the cars are so different.
Information on 4355049 indicates only 4 Taiga Batmobile
Frame: Alpina 7 in rims,
Engine: see specifics
Interior trim: Scheel bucket seats, aluminum 3 spoke steering wheel, Black roof liner,
black sunvisor and sunvisor holder. Petri steering wheel (38 cm,
sometimes 40 cm - Note: 35cm on 02's). Carpet should be different than
on other CS coupes. It should be black perlon, not loop.
Carb version: Perspex windshield
All UK cars are fairly homogeneous due to the fct that it was a single order placed by the UK importer.
UK cars: CS/CSI front and rear bumpers, regular windows. Door aluminum skin aluminum and some steel.
Euro CSL had a lot of variations
Serie 1 versus serie 2 3.2 CSL: the presence of a middle stantion in the rear spoiler that is the dead giveaway from a distance. The Series 2 cars were given the extra upright for more support.
What is the City Package?
-steel body panels (not included on all examples)
-standard 3.0CS/3.0CSi chassis components (including anti-roll bars)
-standard 3.0CS/3.0CSi front and rear bumpers
-standard 3.0CS/3.0CSi windshield
-standard 3.0CS/3.0CSi side glass
-interior hood release
-additional sound deadening
-retractable rear side windows (power-operated)
-tool kit on inner trunk lid
the history of Schnitzer vin numbers and chassis plates is extremely complicated and years of research is still being done by the few respected historians in the subject. Sadly, all revealing the vin of these race cars the past has done, is created fakes running around claiming to be "the car" in the picture. The people who do this research have a lifetime of knowledge and work in this area and unless they are 100% certain and know the real car is established beyond doubt, they will not make any claims, both to protect the real car and deter fakers. Source PG.
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