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Went to start the 1600 last week and it was running horrible. I pulled the tops off the dcoe's and the carb closest to the firewall was completely dry. The float was stuck and it wasn't getting any fuel. Fixed it and took it out for a drive. Took a few pictures....

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One of the nicest -02's there is. The seats without headrests, the wheels and mirrors are in perfect harmony with the paint scheme.

I would complete the outlook with front bumper (preferably without horns) but on the other hand it looks so great now that I'm not sure :)

 

  Tommy

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Great-looking car.

And, those are awesome boots on the cute little guy (Toby will be sending you a PM, asking where you got them).

-KB

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Also installed my cocoa mats from blunt, best price you will find and they were in stock!

Crazy color but it works!

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being a GPS kinda guy, where were the pictures taken ??

Cheers,

Carl

Sailor Bar on the American River.

Fair Oaks, CA 95628

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Ryan, what a great vision you have. The Talbot style mirrors, wheels, paint scheme, steering wheel and overall time period Correct components and gestalt effect are fantastic. Could you share a picture of your motor with us.

These photos of your car just made a cold wintry, snowing day in Pennsylvania much warmer and more beautiful. The first BMW in my family was a 1968 BMW 1602 in that same base body color. My dad bought it for my mom used, in perfect condition, -for a whopping 1500 bucks. It was, however, probably about 1970.

 

Thank you, sincerely,  cheers        Peter

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Ryan, what a great vision you have. The Talbot style mirrors, wheels, paint scheme, steering wheel and overall time period Correct components and gestalt effect are fantastic. Could you share a picture of your motor with us.

These photos of your car just made a cold wintry, snowing day in Pennsylvania much warmer and more beautiful. The first BMW in my family was a 1968 BMW 1602 in that same base body color. My dad bought it for my mom used, in perfect condition, -for a whopping 1500 bucks. It was, however, probably about 1970.

 

Thank you, sincerely,  cheers        Peter

Thanks, here are a few engine pictures.

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Beautiful car. Love the plate. Did they make personalized plates from the black and gold era?

 

 

I'm not sure if they did, my 1600 had one blue plate that was scratched and rusty and I was missing the front plate so I decided to get the new black plate. Hastie is my last name.

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