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Price: $100
Location: AK


Hello fellow 2002 lovers! My name is Seth I'm 18, I live in Anchorage, Alaska, And I absolutely love my 1971 BMW 2002, there are very few on the road up.  I found a 72 not running parts car, no longer road worthy (crushed by tree) and I have some extra parts to sell.  I'm listing my parts at a fair price to raise some money for college. Prices are NOT firm I will negotiate a little. 


     Payments are through Google Wallet, which is free to use.

I'm going to school but I’ll try to answer you as soon as I can. I will take high-resolution pictures of an item you are interested in so you can see the part in greater detail.  


 Please feel free to ask any questions by texting or calling to my cell phone 907 242 7671


If you wish to use PayPal I am going to up charge 5 % to cover the charge they put in place. 


Parts for Sale

  • Fuel sender - $190.95 SOLD
  • Square tail light with rear cover "left"- $90.00 SOLD
  • Square tail light with rear cover "right"- $80.00
  • Orange reflector - $1.00
  • Orange reflector with rubber gasket - $10.00
  • Rubber cover for E brake - $10.00 
  • Rubber cover for E brake - $10.00 
  • Large rear view mirror - $25.00
  • Large rear view mirror - $35.00
  • Large rear view mirror - $35.00
  • Large rear view mirror - $35.00
  • Small rear view mirror - $25.00
  • Interior window cranks with proper screws - $25.00 "set"
  • Interior door handles - $15.00 "set"
  • Interior door handles - $12.00 "set" 
  • Late model instrument cluster - $70.00
  • Vent window knob - $4.00 "set" SOLD
  • Vent window knob - $1.00 "set" SOLD
  • Hazard Switch - $50.00 
  • Hazard Switch - $45.00 
  • Fog light Switch - $35.00 SOLD
  • Passenger side U.S. Turn signal - $205.00 (9.5/10) SOLD
  • Driver side U.S. Turn signal - $168.95 SOLD
  • Round tail light cover - $45.00 SOLD
  • Driver side arm rest - $10.00 
  • Steering column with key - $100.00 
  • Driver side exterior door mirror - $15.00 "will need new mirror glass" SOLD
  • Passenger side exterior door mirror - $18.00 "will need new mirror glass" SOLD
  • Locking Gas cap - $25.00 "GOING TO HAVE KEY MADE"
  • Exterior door handles - $105.00 "GOING TO HAVE KEY MADE"
  • E Brake handle cover - $1.00 
  • Hazard relay - $78.95 SOLD
  • Black rear window hinges - $25.00 "set"
  • Left grill - $75.00 SOLD
  • Right grill - $65.00 SOLD
  • Center kidney grill - $240.00 SOLD
  • Bumper stop - $50.00 
  • Bumper stop - $75.00




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