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Just trying to get rid of the last of the parts pile infecting my garage. Make me an offer plus shipping. Local pickups always preferred. Located in West Seattle 98126. I'd rather have this stuff used than scrapped. Every time I toss something, a few weeks later someone's looking for it.

BMW Parts

Used Bilstein Shocks (completely dead) --SOLD--

Hard fuel return line

Plastic fuel lines x2

76-76 muffler heat shields --GONE--

Rear stub axles

Factory shifter arms

One front control arm

320i plastic aluminum radiator $50

Stock radiator

One barrel air filter housing --SOLD--

2-barrel intake manifold x2

Tii exhaust manifold --SOLD--

-brazed up by previous owner

Oil pump (3-bolt gear)

71 grills L&R

-driver quality, one side missing clear reflector

Wing windows

-complete with frame

Rear Quarter glass


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Please don't toss that oil pump! If nobody on the West coast wants it and you are ready to scrap it, I'll gladly purchase it from you for the shipping cost - can you either post a couple pictures here or send them to me?

Jim Gerock

Ruby Red 73tii built 5/30/73 "Celeste"

Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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