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Just want to recognize a company that takes care of us dummies. I ordered some mirror gaskets and a couple of the gizmos that hold the roundel on the hood. Looking at my order when they shipped I realized I only ordered and paid for 1 gizmo. (69 cents) Well crap, you dumb sh#&! Got the order yesterday and there were two of the little plastic gizmos!

I doubt that would happen with the big bird BMW parts supplier!

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And there is the free ice cream!!!
 

Don

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1973 Sahara # too long ago, purchased in 1978 sold in 1984

1973 Chamonix # 2589243 Katrina Victim, formerly in the good sawzall hands of Baikal.2002 and gone to heaven.

1973 Inka # 2587591 purchased from Mike McCurdy, Dec 2007

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Timely as I was about to post the same! 
 

I’ve ordered more than a few things from them recently and they’ve been fantastic help on sorting out exactly what I needed. Sean in sales is particularly helpful. When I was ordering the 5 speed swap kit, but had a e21 240 trans, they helped me sort out what I needed, including a trans mount for the 240 they don’t have on their website. 
Multiple questions on parts, sorting orders, most recently not receiving an order so they just sent me a new order without question. 
I love them. 

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2003 e39 M5 (daily)

1986 e30 325es (sons car)

1972 2002tii (fun daily alternative)

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Steve and his crew are the best!  My go to place to source parts for my 1600 and 633!

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1970 Granada 1600 "The 16",  2000 528i Siena Red "The 5",  1968 Mustang 289 Muscle Car Blue, 

1999 318ti M Package Green,  1982 633CSi 5 speed Blue,  2011 550i M Package Black (6 speed manual)

 

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Couldn't agree more. The Blunttech team is seriously awesome! Just ordered a bunch of parts, received a personal email giving me status update. 

 

~Jason

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1973 2002tii (2764167), Baikal, sunroof, A/C, 5spd OD, 3.91 LSD, etc. Rebuild blog here!

In the past: Verona H&B 1973 2002tii (2762913); Malaga 1975 2002; White 1975 2002

--> Blog: Repro tii cold start relay;   --> If you need an Alpina A4 tuning manual, PM me!

 

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