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Parting Out A 1983 Bmw 320Is


austinmf

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Hey all

I have a 1983 BMW 320iS that I am parting out. Car is in Round Rock TX

The bad:

Transmission, LSD, Drive Shaft, half shafts and Wheels are sold.

It is from New York so it is a little rusty...not rebuilding it as there is rust in all the seams and it seems to be more trouble than it is worth.

The good parts, Recaros and the interior, steering wheel is in great shape, engine, intake manifold, wiring, etc all seems to be there and intact.

The front air dam is broken in two places and missing parts... It does have front fogs with off road guards.

Many body parts and glass other than a broken rear window.

asking $400 for the recaros with the brackets and $100 for the steering wheel, hub and horn button. Everything else is negotiable.

FOR SALE-----74 2002tii 2782194 Turkis, Megasquirt, Korman road sport springs, Bilstein HD shocks, 13" FPS Bottle Caps

 

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