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BMW 2002 the lifetime project

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so here it is, my baby arrives today from de paintshop!!!

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thats all folks

hope you guys like it

chjeers

Egas

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egas...

not everyone loves the bubble flares....but I think car looks great....

a true period hot rod....

congrats...lets see the wheels and tires on her!

what seats are you running?....

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i love buble flares, gives the car a very race look, wich i like very much

i´m waiting for the wheels, went to a local repair shop, to take the white paint of and put it into aluminium color.

the seats are going to be a recaro for now, later my idea is buying a pair of Scheel seats

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cheers

Egas

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very very nice...congrats.

what steering wheel is that?......looks kinda lika a Petri?...

what suspension will you put in there?.....

dont forget the period rubber latches on the hood and trunk...hehe....

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tanks,

the sterring wheel is a Petri, but in leather, the suspension will be mounted tonight, it´s bilstein B6 sport.

the rubber in the wood is going to be a problem, because my front flares are made from fiber, if i put the rubber holder there it would break the fiber, i guess...

cheers

Egas

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tanks,

the sterring wheel is a Petri, but in leather, the suspension will be mounted tonight, it´s bilstein B6 sport.

the rubber in the wood is going to be a problem, because my front flares are made from fiber, if i put the rubber holder there it would break the fiber, i guess...

cheers

Egas

Tell me about the B6 set up?

....springs and shocks ?,...

many of the period cars ran the latches into fiberglass body parts.

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springs will be hand made spcificly for my car, a bit lowered and hardness with larger diameter springs.

not going to put coilovers

Egas

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..fill us in on the springs once they are done....height and lbs/in!

many of us are not happy w/ aftermarket springs as they can sit to hi.

I bet you can sell a few sets if they turn out nice.

Do you mean larger diam coil wire?..or larger barrels?

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soon as i made the springs i will put the specs for you guys

the front stabilizer will be larger to, about 22mm

cheers

Egas

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so, the car have shoes again...need some spacers on it

hope you guys like it

cheers

Egas

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she looks great.

You may want like 20 or 25 mm spacers or so.

When are the springs going to be ready?...she needs them..lol

hey Egas......

when you say replica..how far are you going to go w/ livery /paint scheme etc...or will it just be the flares?...

I think I can help/direct you out if youd like exact replicas of decals...

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jrkoupe, please tell me were can i get the decals of GS Tuning, i have search in the web, but found nothing...

the Tosco wheels are insane...only see them for toyotas...

cheers

Egas

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