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Hello '02 Everyone,


Here is a Cosmetic Trim item for your car from Current '02 Parts Inventory of #2,300+ Parts.


To Date I Have Shipped Over #815 Orders in Over 21 Countries With #300+ 2002 Friends : )


* Same-Day Shipping = Your Order *


Cosmetic Trim Part For Your Car That Very Often Is Rusted And Needs to be Replaced . . . . . Heater Control Covers (bezels).


!! Four Sets of Heater Control Fascia Covers. These NLA Covers are EXTREMELY Hard To Find in Pristine Shape . . . . All 4-Sets Are in Incredible Condition !! 


Every Item In Inventory Is Priced Based Upon Perfection. These Late Model Heater Control Covers Usually Sell for $55 + Shipping.




Currently Have 12 Sets of Heater Control Covers -- With 4 "PERFECT USED" SETS Displayed Here

  • BMW Manufactured    =  No Longer Available (NLA)
  • Perfect Used Quality  =  Excellent Condition
  • Lightning Fast Order  =  Drop-Box Priority Mail Shipping (Shipping Included)




Cosmetics are simply "Excellent" Condition and SALE Priced at $45 Shipped !!!




It has taken more than 18-months to locate these 4-Sets out-of-12 Sets Currently in Stock : )





NO Pits, Chips, Dents or Rust on these Heater Control Covers at all !! 




OEM Brand - Online Sources SOMETIMES have NOS or Used Sets for $60 each OR $120 @ Set   (No Longer Available)


Every Parts Car usually has a Set of Covers that are in poor condition = Very hard to find in Excellent Shape
SAVE $$$ Off Normal Shipped Price of $60.45 for a "Perfect-Used" Pair = Savings of -26% Off Regular Cost !!   $45 (Shipped)


Pictured: Frontside View of 4 Best Sets of Heater Control Covers out of 12 Sets : )





PAYMENT IS VIA: Google Wallet for FREE OR SquareUp Credit Card Invoice for + 2.75% More

You are Welcome to Contact me directly, Call OR Text: 303 - 999 - 1190


Heater Control Covers Fit inside of Flat-rate USPS Priority Mail which Includes Insurance  =  Simple Enough

In General Shipping is most commonly via USPS with the Parcel Select service which is Distance sensitive. Here, the weight of the package determines the Shipping cost. OR Priority Mail which is Flat-rate in standard boxes

"If It Fits – It Ships"

Large Packages between 60 lbs. and 100 lbs. may ship FedEx Ground. Larger shipments heavier than 100 lbs. are sent via Common Carrier with Pilot Freight who has 75 warehouses in major cities around the country.

Every Single Package is Shipped with Insurance.

I will ship to anywhere in the World : )

As always, thanks for Looking!


Feel Free to Call OR Text Bryce: 303 -- 999 -- 1190

Always the Fastest Method!












Edited by DenverTii

Enthusiast since 1973 : )  --  Helping other '02 friends for 5.5 years  --  Rebuilding '72  --  Shipping 5+ Orders @ week. 

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don't let the pretty pictures and infomercial ad suck you down the rabbits hole...before sending this bozo money do your research


google search Bryce Veller & DenverTii...read the remarks to save falling down the rabbit hole




I have been hesitant to jump in in the past not wanting to "get involved".


I was the new guy Esty is referring to when I first got on the forum - seduced by the great photos Bryce takes of clean parts and his promises over the phone of speedy delivery of above average parts... many months and phone calls (initiated by me of course) listening to Bryce make excuses and sad stories about why he could not provide my order, after having paid Bryce in advance for the parts, I ended up with "most" of what I purchased.


Sadly I used very few of the parts as they were subpar / broken / or at minimum not what was represented... or so late in delivery I sourced them from other places more quickly to keep my project going. It was the single worst experience I have had buying parts over the internet on this forum or in the past for other project cars. I will never purchase another part from Bryce - I looked at this thread only because I am in need of a grill...and wanted to remember what one looked like :)


I am thankful for Esty dropping in on these threads, I view it as a help to an otherwise fantastic community of trustworthy folks - I wish I had been fortunate enough to read a similar post before I got snookered.


I had a very different experience purchasing from Esty...easy / predictable / quality product at a probably too low price.


This is my opinion and experience - to each their own.


*see http://www.bmw2002fa...assenger-grill/


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