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323i 4spd trans still available ::EDIT:: M20 are mounts SOLD

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::EDIT::M20 mounts are sold

I'm selling off my 4spd 323i trans and M20 mounts. I picked the trans up from Mr. Pugh in Raleigh but then he sold me a whole car with another trans so now I don't need both!

The trans has no obvious leaks and it spins freely. I've never had it in a car, though. The motor mounts are the Dan Williams style ones that were made by a local shop using a set of real Williams mounts as a template.

$200 for the trans plus shipping. I can arrange a drop off if you're near VA. I'll have a 5spd and the real Williams mounts for sale soon too. ::EDIT:: The 5spd and Williams mounts are sold.

Hit me up through the forum e-mail button if you're interested or have any questions.





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