Sarasota Café Racer Dick York’s very special BMW 3.0 CSL BATMOBILE is sorted out and ready to race. And, it’s waiting for a new pilot!

BMW 3.0 CSL BATMOBILEThis ‘73 BMW 3.0 CSL is one of 1,265 Homologation Specials built between 1971 and 1975, only 167 of which came from the factory with a “Batmobile” body kit. It was reportedly owned by former racing driver Dieter Quester before being acquired by the current owner and converted into a racecar in 2014. It has been campaigned in HSR and SVRA events, including the Classic 24 at Daytona, The Mitty at Road Atlanta, and the Classic 12 at Sebring. Finished in silver with tri-color stripes, it features a fiberglass hood, decklid, fender flares, and rear wing.

Powered by 3,453cc M30 Inline-Six, this BMW 3.0 CSL BATMOBILE it is fitted with triple Weber carburetors, dry sump lubrication, header and MSD ignition, and it is mated to a four-speed manual transmission and a Holden 9-inch rear end housing a Camaro differential. The race-prepped cabin features a MOMO seat, a Traqmate GPS display, and a fire suppression system. Additional equipment includes QA1 double-adjustable rear shocks, Ground Control front coilovers with Bilstein shocks, Brembo calipers, 16-inch BBS wheels and a 22-gallon ATL Fuel Cell.

This E9 CSL is now offered by the seller on behalf of the current owner in Saint Petersburg, FL with records, Traqmate software, and a bill of sale. For more information and photos, and to bid on this BMW 3.0 CS, please visit