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I am in the process of parting an 82 320is and have the following parts available ( I should point out it will be next Wed before I can start parting it out so I will not have any pictures of the drive train until then - sorry).

If you see something you are interested in, just let me know. First inquiries will get first options on items as I pull them, second person will get second option, etc. The only exception will be for local buyers as shipping is always a pain.

Car had 132k miles on it. Motor ran good and transmission drove/shifted good as well. Car was parted because of rust and title issues.

Located just out of Charlotte, NC.

- Steering wheel - $135

- F/R door cards - $150

- Rear seats - $125

- Complete good running M10 (132k) with wiring harness and ECU $175

- Getrag 245/5-speed (132k, shifts nicely) - $350

- Driveshaft - $75

- 3.91 LSD differential - $400

- half shafts - $50

- Rear subframe w/ brakes - $100

- Steering rack - $100

- Front/rear "is" swaybars - $100

- Complete front brakes $75

- Front subframe - $50

- Fog lights - $50 for both

I also have some 02 parts available:

- SOLD rear bumper - $100 (rough, I believe it is called a long tail? 1972) SOLD

- rear bumper - $75 1970?

- 320is steering wheel -needs recovering. Hub cover tabs broke Material cost $59 at Alnn Gun:


- complete cat-back low-mileage OEM Boysen exhaust -$175







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