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Hi Everyone;

I have been holding on to some NOS parts I purchased some time ago from a local parts store. I am letting go of these parts because I need some funds to repair a blown head gasket on my E30. Also, I will be selling my 2002 due to some financial challenges.

I have tried to organize the parts by car function and have done my best to include a part number for your reference and fit inquiries. Please keep in mind that prices do not include shipping from 00920 (San Juan, Puerto Rico). I prefer to ship to US via USPS Flat Rate plus Signature Confirmation; however, there will be some parts too large for Flat Rate boxes so these will require custom packaging. I could also do Parcel Post packaging if buyer prefers and is in no hurry to receive the parts.

Engine Bay Parts:

1.Victor Reinz Crankcase Gasket Set - $20.00 + shipping

2.Timing Cover Gasket Set - $15.00 + shipping

3. Spark Plug Wire Set - $20.00 + shipping

4. Rocker Arms (11-3-31-271-833) - $10.00ea + shipping

5. Intake Valve TRW (11-34-1-251-880) only 1 available - $10.00 + shipping

6. Exhaust Valve (11-34-1-251-063) only 5 available - $10.00ea + shipping

7. Air Filter Element for tii (13-72-1-254-660) - $5.00 + shipping

8. Timing Chain Sprocket (11-31-0-631-105) - $25.00 + shipping

9. Half Set Piston Ring Set - Cofap [Mfg. P/N - DN-2495, C-72495-STD] 89.0X1.75; 89.0X2.0; 89.0X4.0 - $20.00 + shipping

10. Water Hose (Underneath Thermostat) (11-53-1-250-702) - $5.00 + shipping

11. Timing Chain Slide Rail (11-31-1-253-236) - $5.00 + shipping

12. Twelve Fuse Box Cover - used (61-13-1-352-400 - $5.00 + shipping

13. Starter Solenoid Switch NOS (12-41-8-720-019) - $40.00 + shipping

14. Needle Bearing Crankshaft (11-21-1-276-551) - $5.00 + shipping

Transmission/Driveshaft Parts:

1. Transmission Drain Plug (2002tii/320i) (27-11-1-226-798) - $1.00ea + shipping

2. Output Flange (23-21-1-204-748) - $15.00 + shipping

2. Transmission Synchronizing Ring (only have 2 and uses 3) (23-23-1-630-122) - $15.00 + shipping

4. GETRAG 242 Shaft Seal (23-12-1-204-211) - $5.00 + shipping

5. GETRAG 242 Ball Bearings (23-12-1-205-522) - $10.00 + shipping

6. GETRAG 242 Grooved Ball Bearings (23-12-1-204-198) - $5.00 + shipping

7. GETRAG 242 Cylindrical Roller Bearings (07-11-9-985-720) - $5.00 + shipping

8. GETRAG 242 Cluster Shaft Bearing (23-12-1-204-201) - $5.00 + shipping

9. Output Shaft Bearing (23-12-1-205-521) - $10.00 + shipping

10. Driveshaft Universal Joints Fillister Head Screw (26-11-1-101-015 M10X25) - $1.00ea + shipping

Engine Bay Parts:


















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