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!!! A 13" BEAUTY : ) !!!


Hello '02 Everyone!

Here is ANOTHER Classic Italian with Great Lines *

A Beautiful Luisi Steering Wheel

Luisi is one of the Most Prestigious of the Great Italian Steering Wheel companies and is the 3rd oldest such manufacturer in Italy. This "Hand-stitched" Leather Wheel comes already complete with a 2002 steering column adapter and BMW Horn button !!

Volanti Luisi was founded in 1965 by master craftsman Vincenzo Luisi who created beautiful steering wheels with the finest wood, leather and forged metals that embellish the inside of any car. Superior materials are combined with ’Made in Italy’ performance in every single Luisi product. This Classic Sport design is refined with a guarantee of Quality that every '02 enthusiast can appreciate.


13" Inch Luisi Sport Steering Wheel


3rd Oldest Italian Steering Wheel Manufacturer


!!! Full Horn Working Button Included !!!


Hub Adapter is Perfect and Complete


~ ~ Handmade ~ Classic ~ Italian ~ ~


This Classic Sport Steering Wheel will Look & Feel Great in You Car!!

You are Welcome to Contact me directly, Call OR Text: 303 - 999 - 1190

Shipping is via USPS with Insurance with the Parcel Select service which is Distance sensitive. The weight of the Steering Wheel is approximately 10 lbs. with the Box. The shipping cost of this package will be approximately $17 shipping to anywhere here in the USA.

As always, thanks for Looking!


Feel Free to Call OR Text Bryce: 303 -- 999 -- 1190

Always the Fastest Method!

Enthusiast since 1973 : )  --  Helping other '02 friends for 5.5 years  --  Rebuilding '72  --  Shipping 5+ Orders @ week. 

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You have some interesting items but why do you not list prices?

it's some type of scam...i wanted cylinder heads he had and he never responded with info on getting them to me....i emailed him, no response, i pm'd he, he responded by telling me i was cute but never how i could get the heads


it's as easy to type numbers, ie; the price, as it is to type the word free....my personal opinion is he's just a spammer/scammer

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This dude never got back to me about tail lights he said he had. Then he said he sold some, then he said, and I quote:


"Well...I have piles & piles of parts, 1,000+ most shit doesn't sell, Lights front & rear r high demand. Sold last good unit last week. Lots o broken lenses"


I don't understand why a man can't put a price on something he's selling. This isn't eBay. It's not "Guess how much I want for this."


My rant.

Nuova Strada


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This was my one experience: I inquired about "perfectly used" license plate light housings as mine are missing. I was told $70 for the lights + shipping. I thought these were used parts as new ones can be had for approximately $80. A very nice person on this site gave me a very used set for free, I just paid the shipping. Just sayin'.

- Max

'72 2002

IE SS braided hoses

320i drum brakes

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I have personally met Bryce and been to his place here in Denver, and can tell you he does have all these parts. I don't think he's a scammer or spammer. On the other hand, I would agree that it is annoying that he doesn't put prices on his stuff. I think he is trying to get the best prices he can, using this technique. On the old faq, wasn't it required to post a price? Has that changed?


FAQ Member #126

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"...he is trying to get the best prices he can..."  - that's an auction, this is a classifieds section.


Many forums do not allow free classified ads without an advertised price and many don't allow craigslist and eBay posts. I think this is a great idea! One can always troll for craigslist and eBay stuff on those respective sites.


My 2 cents.

Nuova Strada


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Hi Everyone,  I am a 55 year old divorced father of the most awesome boy in the world!!!   I get to see him 8 days a month . . . . which really sucks.


A 1976 high school graduate – the last year that BMW made the 2002.  My dad had a ’73, 3.0 Liter Bavaria which was my car for special occasions and dates, proms, etc.  That car flew!




'73 Fjord Blue Bav :)


Okay, Let me first apologize for any confusion that I have caused with my Listings – this was Never the intent.


I respect and sincerely appreciate EVERYONE on the FAQ  . . . . Like all members, simply in love with this Little 2-Door car : )


Just so that you know, I literally spend ENTIRE days sitting in the chair answering Pings on the FAQ, Emails, Text Messages, and phone calls.  95% of all people who ping on the FAQ are looking for a great deal  =  I get that completely.  Restoring two 2002’s myself right now.


ABSOLUTELY TRUTH here . . . . Entire Days, often Literally 12-14-16 Hour Days straight sitting in the chair Typing / Texting / Talking.


My little helper wants to be “part-of-the-picture” but currently has the attention-span of a Hiccup!




My favorite Little Helper


I have Listed $Prices on many of my Posts, only to find that I am constantly spending an extra 2 hours a day answering extra “Lookie Lou” Questions.


Anyone who has contacted me directly on the forum knows that my answers are very thorough with prices.  When someone says: “wow dude, I will take the $200 steering wheel for Free!”  I simply take this a joke or kidding (I understand that I have caused the confusion here).


Currently I have three cars in my 2-car garage being parted out with at least a full 2002 of Parts in boxes on storage shelves –  then, another two 2002’s in storage here in Denver and three more 2002’s in California, two of which are Parts cars.





Incredible Mess of a 2-Car Garage


With more than 1,100+ Parts and multiple duplicates I often have 2-3+ of the exact same part.  Price always depends upon Quality and the Volume of each particular Sale.  Anyone is welcome to contact me directly and I will always give you a direct answer.  Text is fine, but I can Talk much faster than I can Type.


There are more than 265+ people who have purchased over 1,000+ BMW ’02 Parts from me from more than 14 countries worldwide.


BTW, if anyone can sell me some Time, I will give you all of my money.



A REAL person . . . . Not a Scammer.





Price depends upon Quality        Shipping depends upon size of package        Discounts depend upon volume   

Edited by DenverTii

Enthusiast since 1973 : )  --  Helping other '02 friends for 5.5 years  --  Rebuilding '72  --  Shipping 5+ Orders @ week. 

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