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Hi all,

Just wanted to share a few pics of my "new" car. Love to drive it.

I've spent many hours cleaning, polishing, and fixing it, and many more to come.

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Beautiful car! (It's so complete and tidy, however, that it is crying for that missing driver's-side front fender knee molding!)

Enjoy,

Steve

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Looks like a keeper!

Nice touch on removing the 'diving board' fenders

Drive the SH-- out of it!

Enjoy!

-mpkwy

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Beautiful car! (It's so complete and tidy, however, that it is crying for that missing driver's-side front fender knee molding!)

Enjoy,

Steve

I know, I know, I'm working on it :) Hope to fix it soon.

Thxs

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Nice touch on removing the 'diving board' fenders

I suspect this is not a U.S. version.

Steve

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Congratulations.

This is how square light cars are supposed to look.

Post the VIN/Chassis No and where are you in Europe?

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Bro, if they have classics like that in Spain, I'm there. Curious, if I'm right, what part of Spain? who's your team?

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Nice touch on removing the 'diving board' fenders

I suspect this is not a U.S. version.

Steve

I should have caught that from the license plate and the parking signs!!

-mpkwy

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Bro, if they have classics like that in Spain, I'm there. Curious, if I'm right, what part of Spain? who's your team?

Hi,

I'm lucky, this one is in very good condition, totally rust free and engine running great, I have to fix some steering issues and odometer and clock not working, but nothing important

I live in Valencia, and sorry but I don't like football. :)

cheers

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BEAUTY EH!

Welcome Spain!

i'm one to never ask one "how much did you pay?"

because it's nobodies business but your own

and it just not good manners.

BUT, the discussion of how much would you pay,

how much is it worth?, selling cars in different parts of the States, Countries....... can you add to our Market Place

exchange data bank - how much did you pay to purchase

originally, date, miles, condition, how much have you invested since?

mind you just for the tii market place data.

Welcome, and please add some photos under hood,

inside trunk, and interior.

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Euro squares look so right!

Totally agree! US spec square tail light 02's (as well as US spec E3/E9/E12/E21/E23/E24/E28) look so fugly as compared to a Euro spec square tail light car. In fact, I prefer the look of the square tail light car with Euro bumpers over a roundie. It amazes me that some square tail light owners will repaint their car and then put the diving board bumpers back on. That's the time to the small bumper conversion. When I was stationed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany in the early 80's, I had a 75 Euro spec Sahara 1802. I want my current 74 Sahara tii too look like my former 1802. I've started the process by doing the early bumper conversion and deleting the bumper conversion. The only thing left for the conversion is the license plates lights in the bumper and removing the rear bumper guards and putting seam covers on the bumper.

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,57/page,viewtopic/t,343731/

G-Man

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