BMW's reputation as a manufacturer of sporty driver's cars was built on the 3.0 CS, introduced in 1968. The 3.0 CSL was made with the purpose of homologation for the European Touring Car Championship where it was successful, winning the title in 1973 and placing first in class at Le Mans. Stripped to its bare essentials and wearing an aggressive aero package, there's no mistaking what the 3.0 CSL was made to do. This 1975 3.0 CSL might be one of the most original in existence. Still wearing most of its original paint and interior, the car has been driven but barely touched — making it one of the best of just 167 Batmobiles ever built.