The 2002 is a true landmark in the history of BMW. Designed by Michelotti, it would go on to establish a new style at the end of the 1960s, which would survive for decades and place the Munich manufacturer on the list of the best automobile companies in the world. Graced with a 100-hp, 2-litre engine, the 2002 was produced in several versions, with each new version being more and more powerful, and it soon acquired cult-car status in the 1970s. In 1968, the 2002 Ti version was offered with a two double-barrel carburettor engine, which pushed its power up to 120 horsepower. Our model is a 2002 Ti in Chamonix white with a blue velour and imitation leather interior, and it was delivered new on March 26, 1969. Its history is rather exceptional, given that the car has stayed in the same family since 1974 and its licence plate has not changed. It was repainted several years ago, but it has never been restored. However it is in superb original condition, as bright and clean as can be, showing that the car was well maintained throughout the years. Most of the chrome and seals are still in original condition even if some have been replaced. Complying with German standards, the interior has remained in excellent condition and does not show any traces of modification. The labels in the engine compartment, the original carpets in the boot and several tools with the BMW insignia on them come with the car. It has a Monolita sports steering wheel, which is most likely original considering it was an option in the years the car was produced, as well as a lockable fuel tank cap, which was also an option. The car was recently overhauled, and the servicing included replacing the brake system, the alternator, the starter, the master cylinder and the exhaust. This car is one of the 16,448 BMW 2002 Ti units produced and deserves the interest of collectors who are fond of acquiring cars in their original condition, letting them relive a cult era in automotive history or even participate in historical car rallies like the Tour Auto.