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harry6422

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About ready to install the door cards on my 75, opened the box of interior parts I filled 5 years ago :) and my window cranks are really sad. I can buy new ones from BMW cost for 2 about $85 shipped :(. Has anyone used a later model or different make crank that works and looks good?

Thanks for your help,

Harry

1975 BMW 2002 Taiga

2000 BMW M Roadster evergreen

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Hey we have them for $28.30

$65.10 for the set shipped.

Give me a call if you are interested.

I'm no longer affiliated with Maximillian Importing Company in any way, please address any questions directly to them.  -Thanks.

2002 "tii" coupe 1970
E21 320/6 2.7 Stroker 1981
E23 730 1978

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Thanks for the help and info., found I also needed the little filler rubber at the top of the wind wing frame so I placed a order with TomkinsonBmwparts.com,

I ordered a lot form them when I was sorting out my 2000 M Roadster a couple of years ago, lowest prices, reasonable shipping, no tax and great service , window crank with cover #51321809764 was 33.67 and you can use PayPal.

Thanks Again,

Harry

1975 BMW 2002 Taiga

2000 BMW M Roadster evergreen

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