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I found a June 1997 copy of Neue Range Ruminations - Vol 1.1 authored by Bob Kauffman, while cleaning up my library. Bob helped me with parts for the 2000, and I believe may have once been a resident of the Denver, CO area in the 1960's when I had a 700S Cabrio. I just ran the Bolder Boulder 10K there, and old carburated engines and my body have a lot in common at altitude. Attached was an article on the 1800 TISA. The 1997 Neue Range (aka NK) Registry consisted of: Gary Adolph, Dan Alvis, Richard Autenreith, Terry baker, Robin Boineau, Ken and Pam Brenner, Nick Close, Jeff Crawford, Sam Dalakis, Don Dethlefsen, Pat Dewitt, Murry Elliot, John England, David Fitting, Will Fleck, Bob Foley, Terry Forland, Michael Ganschow, Barney Greyson, Kent Gourdin, Tom Grahram, Adam Gratz, James Graves, Ken Gross, Bom Hannafin, Karl Hendrickson, Bill Holmes, Joe Israel, Herman Jackson, Dave Johnson, Roy Josies, Rich Jones, Shawn Kampmann, Bob Kaufman, Daniel Kinerk, Art and Betty Krill, Hondo Layes, Craig Lester, Darryl Lunge, Rod Macdonald, Phil Marx, Dave Masi, Maximillian Importing, Rick Meinig, Phil Milanger, Carl Nelson, Mindy and Paul Nolte, Luis Parada, Arthur Porter, Ralph Pridgeon, Charles Reibold, Gerry Reynolds, Tim, Romero, Ed Shaffer, Dan Schnitta, Peter Sliskovich, Charles Smith, Lawrence Smith, Jim Smith, Alan South, Peter Stillwell, Al Taylor, Mark Taynton, Jeff Thompson, Bobby Thrash, Peter Tusnady, Tom Wagner, James Williams, Wayne Wundram, and Ed Zuk.  Where are you now? and Thank you.


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Yeah, at that point there were somewhere between 25-30 known 1800 ti/SA cars in the US. A few of them have been shipped off to Europe, at least two that I know of. Tom Graham has the latest known list from the early '00s of Bob Kauffman's NK Registery. Tom's contact info is still on the Special Interest Groups page of the BMWCCA website under Vintage and Classic, and he's on Facebook.


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As far as I know;


Carl Nelson

Tom Graham

Rich Meining

Peter Sliskovich

Don Dethlefsen

Peter Stillwell

Pat DeWitt


all still have their TISA's:


Arthur Porter has sold his (current owner unknown);


I think Art and Betty Krill sold theirs;


Terry Forland may or may not still have his;


BMW has at least 2 (one White, one Bristol)


Tim Romeo's 2000 now in my brothers collection.

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Rich Jones still has his #183; since '89... ;)



Rick Meining's #013



Art Krill's #194 was sold and is in Europe.



Terry Forland's is now restored and owned by Steve Walker. Terry's Racecraft shop in Woodinville Washington did a most excellent award winning restoration.



Rhett Hubertus, manager of Terry Sayther's shop in Austin Texas owns #191, the infamous (formerly) S38 engined monster.



There's a pseudo 1800ti/SA registry in the NK section of the UK '02 forum...


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Well count me in with vin # 968644

Manufactured May 15 1964 delivered to Hoffman Motors Corp in New York City

The original color is Granada paint code 023

I found the car in Yakima Washington .....anyone more familiar with the car ?

Will be shipped to TX :)

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