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New to the board, and '02 ownership

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Hi everyone, I've been lurking for about a month

now looking for my first attempt at 2002 ownership.

I've assisted in the restoration of several other

cars, but this is my first classic BMW project. I've

learned a great deal already just reading the posts

on the board.

I just picked up a '72 Agave Green '02 VIN 2579001

(w/ sunroof) ready for a little bit of love. Runs pretty

well, needs front brakes, motor/tranny mounts,

cooling system overhaul and a lot of cosmetic TLC.

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Guest Anonymous

My Agave '73 looked about like yours when i got it.

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Guest Anonymous

a diamond in the rough! 72 is a great vintage.

Michael

3X 72

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hope you bring plenty of love/patience/money. you'll need it all.

Your car looks about like mine does right now. You'll be able to do lots with it!

Best of luck,

B

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That's about how my 72 agave looks, except

that I now have a nice hood and late

style deck lid on it. So, it's now white,

colorado AND agave....

Good thing I'm a University of Miami alum

as that's their colors.

Jerry

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hope you (continue to) enjoy the site and yer new 02!! dont forget to peruse the FAQ articles, especially about the brakes and whatnot that your car needs. id like any feedback youd have about the articles also as read from a newcomer's perspective. thanks and enjoy!!

-Rob

02 FAQ editor

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then another project, wife or girlfriend will leave you no money for anything else. Then some alpina stuff, then some autocross. For some crazy reason you want a NOS owner manual along with a service manual. But welcome, is to late for you.

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Nope, not a West Marine employee. Actually,

unemployed at the moment... But new work is on

the horizon. Imagine my wife's surprise when I (the

afforementioned unemployed one) brought home

a new "project". :-)

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Guest Anonymous

Stop by sometime.

Michael

72s

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Keep the faith brother!

Jason

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