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BMW 1800 TISA

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Is there a source even for a reprint?  I have a photo copy only!

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Stephan: It is amazing that BMW Classic et al didn't  think to get the registration number  M-VK514 for their own use! 

  How many TISA's does BMW Classic/AG have- I heard 2 ? I don't know the VIN's . I know there was one sold from their collection in 2011 (?) at a Bonham's Auction.

I think I have a pretty complete list of VIN's now. I don't know the VIN of the TISA being restored at The Werk Shop currently....

Rick

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Photocopy is what I have, too.  Sorry if I confused you by calling it a reprint.  Bill

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I have a TiSA supplement pdf that someone here on the FAQ did, and an original that my dad and I picked up off of eBay a while back. I’ll see what I can do to post the pdf here later today.

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Thanks!! 

I'll look thru my TISA archives as I think I have a reprint via Arthur Porter from 20 years ago. Perhaps a printer can  make a good looking booklet from the pdf

Rick

 

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Was working on the windows for #133.  Fronts both are pretty good, but both rears have lots of scratches too deep for me to remove with basic glass polish.  Anyone have a lead on right and left rear windows in excellent shape?  Also, any opinions on whether scratches can be taken out?  Thanks. 

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54  TiSA’s were imported to the USA via Hoffman Motor Company per BMW Classic . 

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I have 2 sets of doors and it looks like one set of rear door panes already out of the doors ! The free pane passenger might have 2 light scratches .... hard to tell in the photos !

I’ll happily donate them . PM and I can try and FaceTime the panes for you . The other sets are in complete doors so I’d have to bring them in and disassemble them ....

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Looks like TiSA 995197 will be auctioned by Gooding Co. at Amelia Island on March 8.  Event begins at 1100 and is viewable as a live stream.  Gooding charges buyer's premium of 12% of the first $250k and 10% on remainder, so that will be added to hammer price.  Not much info available from the auction company yet, but should see more in the next week or so.

https://www.goodingco.com/vehicle/1965-bmw-1800-ti-sa/

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The car used to belong to Arthur Porter in CO. He did the restoration and added the fancy graphics.

 

It will be VERY interesting to see what it brings.

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Dennis Simon did the murals for the 1996 Monterey Historics . I’m guessing $150k

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