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Helping my brother sell his 2002:

1976 BMW 2002

Was repainted about 10 years ago, and sat in the garage in Florida at a friends house. They brought it up to Savannah, where it sat outside for a half year (covered). Bought it then sold it to my brother. It is runs in it current state, but has a possible rod knock/lifter issue. .Another running engine will come with the car. This 2002 is very solid and does not have the rust issues like my 2002 did.


New Bilsteins Front/Rear shock

H&R springs

ST blue sway bars (22/19) not installed

Volvo big brake conversion in front

Euro Turn Signals

Roll bar

Still have both bumpers

Box of Tii parts (Pistons/Rod)

Extra Engine that came out of a recent running 2002. (Complete)

He is looking for $4500 for everything. Also will include another complete 1976 2002 for $1000.

pburns912@gmail.com/ 912-220-2792


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Jason 2002 (3) by pwagon717, on Flickr


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