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The last two times I was in Germany, in 2004 & 2008 I found good used crack free Euro dash boards for cheap (120 & 100 Euros) at automotive flea markets and mailed them back through the US postal system (I had an APO address). One dash is in my tii, the other I traded to Carl Nelson for a set of early 02 bumpers that are now on my 74tii. If you want to look for an 02 dash in Germany and have a bunch of airline miles you want to use, recommend going to Veterama in March at Hochenheimring near Mannheim.

http://www.veterama.de/en/info/general-information The first 02 dash I scored in 2004, I bought from a vendor at Veterama in Ludwigshafen. Think of Veterama as a gigantic automotive flea market for old school car parts. I felt like a kid in a candy store while I was there.


74 tii (many mods)
91 318i M42

07 4Runner

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