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Bought a 1972 BMW 2002 TII this July that came with more spare parts than I know what to do with. PO had 6 2002's in his life, and I bought his first/last tii.

I have:

Both doors - have all glass. Original blue paint. No interior panels, or handles. Rusted through on the corners, otherwise rust free.

Cylinder head with 2 solex dual carburetors attached. No idea what the internal condition is or if the carbs work. They're fairly clean.

2 more solex dual carbs.

4 speed transmission

2 Air cleaner housing for non - tii models. Don't know what model they are from. Will include any extra air filters I have for them.

Also will sell the air cleaner unit from my tii if wanted. I replaced it with K&N aftermarket parts.

4 new Ireland Engineering turbo flares. Never installed. Bought them and decided I don't want them on my tii. Paid $295 new + 60 shipping.

Door handles

external mirrors

extra Clymer repair manual

I have an alternator that I pulled from my car and replaced due to thinking it was broken. Turns out just the ground wire was shot. The original alternator may be good, but I don't want it.

I have tons of boxes of small parts, if there's an obscure part you are looking for, good chance I've got it.

Will accept any reasonable offer. I'd like to get this stuff gone ASAP and see it put to use. Would greatly prefer local pickup, but I will ship everything except the doors at your expense. Will sell everything at once to a local buyer for a low price.

Located in Newark, DE - about an hour from both Baltimore and Philadelphia.

please contact mviener@udel.edu for a faster response

Mike from Newark DE, now in Ellicott City MD

Collector of unreasonably rusty BMWs.

'72 tii, 528e, E30 S52, E34 540i/6, E46 325i

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