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Chrome Bumper Id Help


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Sure looks like the center section of a chrome bumper 2002 to me...the mounting holes and welded-in nuts seem to match what's on my roundies and in my attic...  Best way to confirm is to measure it tip to tip straight across--IIRC the front bumper on a 2000CS is similar...and NK sedans are also similar but several inches wider.



'69 Nevada sunroof-Wolfgang-bought new
'73 Sahara sunroof-Ludwig-since '78
'91 Brillantrot 318is sunroof-Georg Friederich 
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mike - you were correct!  Ovide found another one (in a pile of parts that he bought from an old dealership) and that one had the part number on it :


Part Cross-reference 51-11-5-670-000 (BUMPER FRONT CENTER) was found on the following vehicles: 
114: Details on 114 
114 1602 Saloon, USA 
114 2002 Saloon, USA 
114 2002tii Saloon, USA 
114 1600 Convertible, Europe 
114 1600 Saloon, Europe 
114 1600ti Saloon, Europe 
114 1602 Saloon, Europe 
114 2002 Convertible, Europe 
114 2002 Saloon, Europe 
114 2002ti Saloon, Europe 
114 1502 Saloon, Europe 
114 1602 Touring, Europe 
114 1802 Touring, Europe 
114 1802 Saloon, Europe 
114 2000 Touring, Europe 
114 2000tii Touring, Europe 
114 2002 Touring, Europe 
114 2002tii Saloon, Europe 
114 2002tii Touring, Europe 
NK: Details on NK 
NK 2000 Saloon, USA 
NK 1500 Saloon, Europe 
NK 1600 Saloon, Europe 
NK 1800 Saloon, Europe 
NK 1800ti Saloon, Europe 
NK 1800tiSA Saloon, Europe 
NK 2000 Saloon, Europe 
NK 2000ti Saloon, Europe 
NK 2000tii Saloon, Europe 
NK 2000tilux Saloon, Europe 
He says, "This is New-Old-Stock, so way better than the crappy chrome look-a-like that you get now from the dealer.  New price is € 287 a piece ($395).  I'm open for offers."

John in VA

'74 tii "Juanita"  '85 535i "Goldie"  '86 535i "M-POSSTR"  

'03 530i "Titan"  '06 330ci "ZHPY"


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