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1976 2002 Original Owner CA Blue plate special on LA CL

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Not mine, nor affliated. Wish I had $20k that he wants for it:

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/cto/3499977453.html

1976 BMW 2002 ORIGINAL OWNER/VERY CLEAN (Studio City)

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Date: 2012-12-24, 10:46PM PST

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This car was purchased new in 1976 from my father. It has always been garaged and is in immaculate condition. It has a rebuilt motor with about 10k miles on it, as well as a Weber carb. The interior and exterior are in amazing condition. You will not find a cleaner original owner 2002 like this one. I am entertaining offers and in no rush to sell. Serious buyers please email with an offer and we can go from there.

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Anyone know what kinda steering wheel that is, looks like a e30 wheel to me, will e30 fine splines fit an o2?

thank you kindly

Dave Miller

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I am entertaining offers and in no rush to sell. Serious buyers please email with an offer and we can go from there.

I emailed and said that I could not make a serious offer until I saw the car, then made a small offer just to let the seller know I was interested. That's when he replied that the price was $20k. So much for offers, not sure why he did not just post that. Looks like a VERY nice car and it appears to have passed smog easily every time. At that price though, I would rather have a low mileage or restored tii

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1976 BMW 2002 ORIGINAL OWNER/VERY CLEAN - $20000 (Studio City)

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Date: 2012-12-24, 10:46PM PST

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This car was purchased new in 1976 from my father. It has always been garaged and is in immaculate condition. It has a rebuilt motor with about 10k miles on it, as well as a Weber carb. The interior and exterior are in amazing condition. You will not find a cleaner original owner 2002 like this one. Serious buyers can email me with any questions.

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Anyone know what kinda steering wheel that is, looks like a e30 wheel to me, will e30 fine splines fit an o2?

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Dave Miller

It is a late E28 wheel....both my 535iS' had these. Not sure how these fit the '02

I have the same wheel on my 02. I was told that it was from an early 6-Series when I bought it. I've never known how to verify that, though. I bought it used on the FAQ. Love it.

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Anyone know what kinda steering wheel that is, looks like a e30 wheel to me, will e30 fine splines fit an o2?

thank you kindly

Dave Miller

I used to have an E28 wheel on my car. It fits fine, but the horn connection won't work.

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Anyone know what kinda steering wheel that is, looks like a e30 wheel to me, will e30 fine splines fit an o2?

thank you kindly

Dave Miller

It is a late E28 wheel....both my 535iS' had these. Not sure how these fit the '02

I know of the e30 version on a 2002. Just slip it on, get the nut started, and crank it down with an impact. The aluminum hub submits to the steel spines nicely.

Say what you will, but it works, and holds up just fine.

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Anyone know what kinda steering wheel that is, looks like a e30 wheel to me, will e30 fine splines fit an o2?

thank you kindly

Dave Miller

It is a late E28 wheel....both my 535iS' had these. Not sure how these fit the '02

I know of the e30 version on a 2002. Just slip it on, get the nut started, and crank it down with an impact. The aluminum hub submits to the steel spines nicely.

Say what you will, but it works, and holds up just fine.

Until you need to remove that steering wheel again...

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