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  2. AnthonyC

    craigslist ballard, seattle

    right, I should add, that is a totally negotiable price. I would happily take 7,500 for it. It would be a loss but I realize I paid too much for it.
  3. Teelinger

    craigslist ballard, seattle

    Hard to tell. It seems the market is getting a little soft lately and you're coming in at the end of the selling season. If you have any rust in the floors, then I think your price is optimistic. My gut tells me that anything above 7500 should be considered well sold. If it were me, I'd at least get all the trim and the door seal on the car at that asking price. Also, the AC should be working and charged and all lights/switches should be working correctly at that price as well.
  4. AnthonyC

    craigslist ballard, seattle

    I appreciate the help! I’m selling it mostly because of space. Living in an apartment in Ballard, I have a tiny parking spot that I pay $150 a month for for. Maybe if I can ever afford a house I’ll try again. what do you think a fair price would be? At $9000 it’s the cheapest running 02’ I’ve seen listed.
  5. Teelinger

    craigslist ballard, seattle

    Anthony, Sorry to see you selling, but I think Mike's right, it'll come down to how much rust and where to see if it's worth your asking price. Pros: nice interior, Weber, suspension, steering wheel and rims. Potential issues: 76 means no Cali sales without the smog equipment, it's an automatic, green carpet is not standard, plus what Mike called out about trim and paint. Glws, James
  6. joysterm

    craigslist ballard, seattle

    Think you should reach out to a few guys in the neighbourhood, they maybe willing to help you look it over. The car looks like it has some short comings (painted B pillar trim, early deck lid and door trim looks like it is missing as well) but the most important thing determine the level of rust. A couple of nice set of wheels though ....good luck.
  7. I'd love some feedback on this car and what I'm asking to sale it for. seems fair from whats out on the market. https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/cto/d/1976-bmw-2002/6747699837.html
  8. Let me ask Patrick of Midnight Sports on cost for restoration of the seats. Yes, the matching back seats will be great.
  9. These are still available. I was thinking $250 but honestly not sure what these go for. If you're interested I also have matching rears. Colby
  10. Thanks Nathan - long time no hear. Dionnie CF2002: Are they still available?
  11. How much? I'll check if it fits my '73
  12. Teelinger

    WTB - local IE header

    Found one. Thanks all.
  13. Placing this here with the hopes to find something local. Anyone have an IE header they're willing to sell? Preferably ceramic coated but beggars can't be choosers. I had ordered one online 2 months ago, but IE is back ordered until who knows when and my car's at Patrick's waiting to get finished up. James
  14. I female friend of mine in college came to school in an early '70s Tundra-metallic 2002. had good times in it. stuck with me as a car I wanted but always just beyond my reach. then a few years ago I did some creative horse trading: sold a '66 Lambretta LI150 to buy a nice '76 BMW 3.0si. Then got 02 envy and sold it to make an even deal for my '74 2002. I got lucky!
  15. Hey Joe. Ive known Joe for a number of years. It seems to be that we were brought up riding and collecting scooters.
  16. I often cruise Normany Park, I'll be on the look out!
  17. Teelinger

    Cheap seats

    NM/NA, posting here because of the location. https://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/pts/d/bucket-seats/6735099981.html They look like Recaro knock offs.
  18. Welcome Yogi! That's a really clean Sahara you've got there. Congrats!
  19. Welcome! This is a nice rig. I just joined too and will be on the look out for you since I live just south in Normandy Park. See you around. -Ron
  20. Welcome, looks like you got off to a good start......any chance you can post a pic of your interior. Mike
  21. Just thought I would say hello to all of the '02 community. I recently purchased my '75 2002, and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I've been looking for a honestly restored 2002 for a while, since I sold my first one back in '99. I saw this and couldn't the resist any more on BaT. Bob LaChappel's from AZ. Live in Burien, WA Things I would like upgrade: Early SST Bumpers 15" BBS RS wheels Disc brakes Happy to learn and get to know you all in the future!
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