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How to find out the history of my car?

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When it was manufactured, shipped etc. I had emailed BMW and received a reply but lost the info and the email address.

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After you get a response from BMW, it's up to you to provide the remaining history. Make sure to include:

Arizona car

Always stored in a climate controlled garage

Never driven in the rain

Enthusiast owned and maintained

Unmolested, original survivor, tastefully modified

Weber 32-36 with 250 bhp

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"ran when last parked"

"no extraneous parts left off during last rebuild"

"only metric tools used during service"

"lifetime fluids"

"free wheel chock included with purchase"

"extra quart of oil included inside cowl"

"equipped with a free-flowing exhaust"

"flow thru ventilation"

"care-free vehicle"

"you'll make friends fast (who will help push it)"

"I was going to restore it myself"

"these furrin' cars are highly collectible"

"if you don't buy it, the next guy certainly will"

"no expenses spared on the restoration"

"headliner only has a few footprints"

"that smell will go away after a few miles/months"


"They all do that"

Happy 2002 hunting and ownership.

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