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Exhaust, Chrome & Big Bumpers, 74-76 Front Clip, Billy Hd


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A'PEXi N1 Exhaust: New, in box. Had for a Miata project, but never used. I have the silencer (used from a previous project) for it as well: $160 for exhaust. $180 for exhaust and silencer.


Chrome Bumpers - Front

Front bumper with rally bar and horns, $200. Front bumper, plain, $100.




Bilstein HD's

Struts were checked and seem to be blown/on their way out. Make an offer (6 pack of IPA accepted). Removed from car. PO said he installed a few years before I purchased the car, but the logos appear to be of an earlier run of the front struts. I'm pretty sure one of the front struts has a seal that has gone. The others seem good. Could send to Bilsteinto be rebuilt...


Big Bumpers: (Free)

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshuatrapp/8426033602/" title="BMW 2002 Bumpers by Von_Trapp, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8056/8426033602_c2cb5e9cc5_z.jpg" width="640" height="480" alt="BMW 2002 Bumpers"></a><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshuatrapp/8426036856/" title="BMW 2002 Bumpers by Von_Trapp, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8331/8426036856_97b1b4029e_z.jpg" width="640" height="480" alt="BMW 2002 Bumpers"></a>

1974, 1975, 1976 Front Clip:

Came as part of the "you buy everything if you want the car" deal from the PO. Appears in good condition: $300


More pictures can be seen here: http://flickr.com/gp/joshuatrapp/RohS29/

Located in San Jose. Email off the forum if you prefer: joshuatrapp at gmail dot com

Willing to ship, but the front clip would have to go through something like Greyhound drop-shipment to ease such a large shipment and costs.

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75' 2002 with an M42.

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Bump. Trying to get rid of the bumpers and old Bilsteins. Make an offer on the bumpers. Would make a good deal if someone buys both front bumpers (I think I have horns for one in the pics that's missing horns).



75' 2002 with an M42.

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Bilsteins are spoken for.


If you're interested in the bumpers or the front clip, feel free to make an offer. I have no need. Just wanna get the storage back.


I'll match the price of the other front clip for sale: $200


If you buy both bumpers: $200. Comes with horns and rally bar.

75' 2002 with an M42.

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