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1969 Bmw 1602 Shell - Too Nice To Crush


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I have been slowly parting out a 1969 BMW 1602 in San Diego and I am getting down to the point of no return for the remainder of the car. This car had a run in with a guard rail and lost front and rear, but many of the pieces that escaped contact are in good to decent shape. If you are on the east coast and dealing with a rusty, rotten shell, this might be your answer. This car will need a new nose (or 1/2 a nose), driver side front fender and driver side rear fender panel, and rear trunk panel at minimum. The good body parts remaining are as follows:

1. Good Hood

2. Good Driver Side Door (Slight bubbling at door corner)

3. Solid Shock Towers

4. Good Rockers

5. Very Good Passenger Door

6. Good Glass

7. Good Non-Sunroof Roof

8. Original dark brown interior

9. Good passenger front fender

If I don't find a buyer for the entire shell, I will pull the remaining good parts and send the rest to the crusher. Priced for easy shipment to the east coast. If you need more pictures, let me know.



1970 BMW 1600 (Nevada)



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