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I recently purchased a 1973 2002 project. I have begun to do an assessment, and some preliminary planning for it, and I plan to record my progress in a journal on my blog.

This is a long road, so I beg your patience. I made my first entry tonight.

Enjoy, and stay tuned.

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/p/1973-2002-project-journal.html

New project jpurnal post is up:

Update to the project 1973 2002:

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/p/1973-2002-project-journal.html

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I recently purchased a 1973 2002 project. I have begun to do an assessment, and some preliminary planning for it, and I plan to record my progress in a journal on my blog.

This is a long road, so I beg your patience. I made my first entry tonight.

Enjoy, and stay tuned.

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/p/1973-2002-project-journal.html

New project jpurnal post is up:

Update to the project 1973 2002:

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/p/1973-2002-project-journal.html

Updated tonight:

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/2013/01/1973-2002-project-journal-update-how-to.html

Project to date:

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/p/1973-2002-project-journal.html

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Project Journal Super Sunday: It's alive!

No, we aren't talking about some silly Super Bowl football game. We are talking about something MUCH more important than that!

You may recall that my current project---- or ONE of my current projects---- is this 1973 BMW 2002 that my son Brian and I rescued from Providence, RI last November.

THIS!

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It has been tucked away safely in my garage since then, while we try to diagnose what the problem is. Suffice it to say that it needs a lot. It won't start, it has no brakes, no back seat, front seats are out of an E30, which, as you may know, means they are not a great fit. Lots of window seals seem to be missing. Factory color was Malaga, but, as you can see, someone decided that they liked white. Exterior paint is a mess: someone painted it white. Let's be honest, it is a mess..... rockers and rear shock towers appear solid, however. It came with about 6 extra wheels, including a set of turbines.

So the question all along has been: is this a parts car, or can it be salvaged?

I am pleased to say that we went a long way toward answering that question today.

It is alive!

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