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Bob must be a car restorer extraordinaire. I just did an internet transaction with him, where I purchased front sway bar mounts from him off one of his parts-car 02s. He had some stuff come up and the shipment got delayed. He felt bad about that so he cleaned up the hardware by media blasting them and then painting them with Eastwood's "chasis black". Until I got that explanation from him, I thought he had mistakenly sent me brand new parts. You'd never guess these things came off an old parts car! You may not see that every day, but if anyone has a need to do a transaction with BobinOKC, I give him a full vote of confidence and more. He has just earned 02 hero status as far as I am concerned!

Thanks, Bob!

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URL: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/store/index.html

couldnt verify compy #s on engine he was selling me so he let me just take it with the understanding that if it didnt work out well once i got it home, i wouldnt owe him for the motor atall. so far i have it close to finding out for sure. maybe by the end of this coming weekend..

-Rob

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I've been all over OKC and seen no 02's. Only yard I know of up there is I35 Imports in Moore, and I've picked over their 02's several times. They rarely have anything new. How's the project coming along Rod?

Byron

76 02 inka

Ada, Oklahoma

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Also, I-35 has quite a few 02' although most have been picked over or are sinking into the ground :-). I did recently snag a good hood and an entire roof/sunroof (which I don't need now) along with a couple other goodies but, I was lucky to have caught a car just as it came in.

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I yanked a grill and some other parts from it a few months back. The roof had been sawed off. Yes, their cars are going to disappear in the mud.

Byron

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Yup, that was the one... It's roof now sits on my back patio, along with my collection of gas tanks, noses, extra wheels, etc.. etc... My neighbors must hate me! :-)

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The project is coming slow...sort of took the whole winter off. We might get it running soon though. Biggest issue might be that the PO has yet to produce a title and it has been a year. So what if it's still on jack stands? He never titled it when he bought it. He can't find the title from the last owner, whom he got it from more than 10 years ago. He has applied for a mechanic's lean and I don't know why that is taking so long. ugh!

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