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My 45 year collection of 2002 parts on Bring a Trailer


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Happy New Year all.   Just in case you are curious and see the 2002 parts hoard on BaT.  That's me.  I'm taking my 69 2002 back to original.  Selling off all the goodies I bought over the past 10 years, plus decades of modest parts hoarding.  I'm happy to entertain question.  Great Panasports (I ran on 69 and 76 2002), near perfect Ireland stainless exhaust, e21 alternator with internal regulator, other new OEM stuff, near perfect blue seats, pretty new Weber 32/36 DGAV.  One set of pretty good belt trim (will near some buffing), with spares.  Some fairly decent kidney grills.  Knee trim, glass, dizzies, carbs, and more.  Some crap as well.  Take a look at the spread and pics. Hit me up.  Located in Reston, Virginia.  Bid with confidence.  Bring a U-haul, back it up,  load it up, and rejoice.  Good collection to bring a little bit of life into a faded 68-73 2002 with a bit extra to sell to defer your costs.   Man does not get rich nor retain his sanity buying and selling vintage BMW parts.  May the best man win.   

 

 

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Bid for the chance to own a No Reserve: BMW 2002 Parts Collection at auction with Bring a Trailer, the home of the best vintage and classic cars online. Lot #132,772.

 

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Hmm, wow this is tempting in regards to my '69 I'm pulling back together. And you're right up 95 from Richmond. 

Definitely see a few hard to come by pieces. I'll give this some thought. Glad you posted here because otherwise I would have missed this completely.

Series 1, 1969 2002

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@Joesprocket I forgot the condition of your 69, but as I remember it is rough around the edges.   So, yes certainly you could benefit price depending.   I make no predictions on how much a high bidder would be willing to bid.   This could easily go your way.    You could outfit your 69 and start you very own little parts hoard.  The nice thing is there isn't a lot of stuff that would crush you for space.   

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