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FS: Some Belt Line Trim & B-pillar finishers


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Okay, so I have some trim for sale. I feel like people describe trim condition very differently. For example I bought a lower bumper trim a few weeks ago in "good" condition, it was not and I have included it below for $0 + shipping.

That said I will provide a brief description of the imperfections (with photo) of each piece. I will be critical but each piece does have a nice shine but there are small scratches or dents. I'm, trying to really provide an accurate description/photo of the "issues," so there are no surprises when it arrives. All prices exclude shipping from Montreal, Canada.


SOLD: Driver Door Trim $19

Photo1 = overall shot, 2 = Key scuffs from below the door handle, 3 = very, very small dent, light scratch, 4 = scratches, 5 = small dents



SOLD: Driver Rear Quarter Panel: $24

Photo1 = overall, 2 = wide but very light dent, 3= small light dent



Driver B-Pillar Finisher: $19

Photo 1 = overview, 2 = scratches



Passenger Door Trim: $15

Photo1= overview, 2=light dent, 3=dent, 4=small dent, 5=Key scuffs from below the door handle



SOLD:  Passenger Rear Quarter Panel Trim: $14

Photo 1= Overview, 2=strong dent, 3=small dent, 4= light dent




Passenger B-Pillar Finisher: $15

Photo 1 = overview, 2 = dent, 3= dent but it's hidden by seal.



Tail Lower Trim (Square tail): $0 (originally purchased from scoyote)



Edited by MildSeven

picked up what i thought was a sound Verona Red '76


The Refresh Blog: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/blog/155-76-verona-red-refresh/

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21 minutes ago, Marsattacks said:

Hi I sent a pm for the drivers rear qtr. how much to 15211? Thanks!

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I didn't receive the PM.

Shipping is $17 (based on the dimensions of a trim piece I've already sent), I would expect it to be possibly $1 less but if it's more, I'll cover the extra cost.

Edited by MildSeven

picked up what i thought was a sound Verona Red '76


The Refresh Blog: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/blog/155-76-verona-red-refresh/

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