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WTB (or Trade) round rubber shifter boot.(nt)


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I really need one for my abandoned

76 car, I purchased at auction.

She runs well, but she's a smoker.

Let me know with an offer....it looks

horribly naked in there right now.

Jerry

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Thanks Al.....

Ok, does anyone have one of those? I mean

this car has nothing in the interior. I can

see straight down the shifter into the ball

assembly. I can see crap falling down there

and fouling the works up.

I also need a console.

However, this car literally has the most

pristine dash, I've ever seen. Truly concourse

quality. It's still supple for pete's sake.

The car's too nice to part out, but this is a $400

dash easy....which is more than I paid for the car.

Plus redoing interiors is the fun part.

Jerry

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the '77 or '78 320i had the same rubber boot with a crinkle texture that matched the shift surround very well.

They were available new last year.

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Bought the car from original owner in '88, and that's what came on the US version.

I came across the 320 one with the "texture" and used the original when showing the car.

Recently sold it to pick up a '74 tii.

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