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WTB: BMW 2002 Accessories

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FAQers,

 

I am interested in buying some accessory options offered back in the day.

 

Here is a link to the FAQ which contains the full PDF of the accessories catalogue:

 

I am after the following:

 

BMW trunk bin (small version)

BMW tow rope

BMW on board fire extinguisher

 

Rear fender rock chip protectors FOUND NOS

Entrance sill moulding FOUND NOS

Factory alloy 13x6 wheels FOUND NOS

Blue BMW coco floor mats FOUND NOS

BMW pillow complete with safety items FOUND NOS

BMW trunk beauty mat FOUND

Clip light with cable FOUND NOS

Trunk compartment box FOUND

BMW chrome exhaust tip FOUND NOS

BMW mud flaps FOUND NOS

BMW reserve pack of service parts FOUND NOS

 

 

These parts were offered for purchase in the parts catalogue, as in the photo below. I will consider any parts that are in great condition or that can be refinished.

 

 

Ryan

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Ryan,

 

Don’t hold your breath on that fire extinguisher: I’ve never seen one in life or photo (other than the photo in the accessories brochure).

 

An OEM accessory I once wanted was a glove compartment lock. It was simply a lock with a black bezel and a key. It inserted through the dashboard’s package tray after you cut its hole out. If you look at your package tray from the underside — in the glove compartment — you’ll see that the steel support for the dashboard, under the package tray, has been factory-cut for the lock. You just have to cut through the dash itself. Oh yeah: ya gotta find the lock first.... 😉

 

Good luck with your search.

 

Best regards,

 

Steve

 

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8 hours ago, Conserv said:

An OEM accessory I once wanted was a glove compartment lock. It was simply a lock with a black bezel and a key. It inserted through the dashboard’s package tray after you cut its hole out. If you look at your package tray from the underside — in the glove compartment — you’ll see that the steel support for the dashboard, under the package tray, has been factory-cut for the lock. You just have to cut through the dash itself. Oh yeah: ya gotta find the lock first.... 😉

 

 

My friend Lee Perrault had that lock installed when she bought her 1976 Mintgrün 2002 in Munich in 1976. Only '02 I have ever seen with the glove box lock.

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On 12/2/2018 at 2:52 PM, adawil2002 said:

 

My friend Lee Perrault had that lock installed when she bought her 1976 Mintgrün 2002 in Munich in 1976. Only '02 I have ever seen with the glove box lock.

Nearly all convertibles have the glove box loxk

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