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'02 Goodies Value?


RogerB

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I sold all of my '02s a couple of years ago to finance the purchase of my CSL. I've got a few goodies I want to sell, but don't know what a fair price is to ask for them. They are:

1. Italovanti BMW Motorsports Steering Wheel

2. Quick ratio Steering Box - red paint and correct #s

3. E12 Head with Dr. Schrick cam - 284 I believe

4. NOS Italian Front Turn Signals - Orange and White 2 Sets

5. 6 BBS 6x13 Basketweaves

6. NOS Stoneguards - 1 set for rear quarters

7. 1-piece Dash with Glovebox near mint no cracks

8. Becker Gran Prix Radio with correct '02 knobs & Cassette Player

Player is Becker also and plugs into back of Radio

9. Blaupunkt Radio with correct '02 knobs

10. Seven 5x13 5-spoke BMW factory alloy wheels 72-73 ?

11. Rear bumper bar that fits round tail bumpers

I may have a few more things, but will have to check. I don't want the hassle of putting them on ebay. I would really like to sell them in one lot, but I realize that is not likely going to happen.

I'm not looking for offers for individual items. I'm looking for estimates of fair market value of these items. I will consider offers on the entire collection though. Thanks in advance for you input!

RogerB

Golf 3.0 CSL 2275030

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I sold all of my '02s a couple of years ago to finance the purchase of my CSL. I've got a few goodies I want to sell, but don't know what a fair price is to ask for them. They are:

1. Italovanti BMW Motorsports Steering Wheel

2. Quick ratio Steering Box - red paint and correct #s

3. E12 Head with Dr. Schrick cam - 284 I believe

4. NOS Italian Front Turn Signals - Orange and White 2 Sets

5. 6 BBS 6x13 Basketweaves

6. NOS Stoneguards - 1 set for rear quarters

7. 1-piece Dash with Glovebox near mint no cracks

8. Becker Gran Prix Radio with correct '02 knobs & Cassette Player

Player is Becker also and plugs into back of Radio

9. Blaupunkt Radio with correct '02 knobs

10. Seven 5x13 5-spoke BMW factory alloy wheels 72-73 ?

11. Rear bumper bar that fits round tail bumpers

I may have a few more things, but will have to check. I don't want the hassle of putting them on ebay. I would really like to sell them in one lot, but I realize that is not likely going to happen.

I'm not looking for offers for individual items. I'm looking for estimates of fair market value of these items. I will consider offers on the entire collection though. Thanks in advance for you input!

RogerB

Golf 3.0 CSL 2275030

roger, i would be interested in buying the entire lot. please click on my email link if youd like to discuss

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1. Italovanti BMW Motorsports Steering Wheel = $200

2. Quick ratio Steering Box - red paint and correct #s = $429 - 600

3. E12 Head with Dr. Schrick cam - 284 U believe (????? ) = $100 to 559

4. NOS Italian Front Turn Signals - Orange and White 2 Sets = $100 to 200 for each pair

5. 6 BBS 6x13 Basketweaves (condition details ?????) = $30 to 120 each

6. NOS Stoneguards - 1 set for rear quarters (nice! very RARE ! ) = $ 100 +

7. 1-piece Dash with Glovebox near mint no cracks = $ 100 to 400

8. Becker Gran Prix Radio with correct '02 knobs & Cassette Player

Player is Becker also and plugs into back of Radio = $ 400 to 700

9. Blaupunkt Radio with correct '02 knobs = $ 250 to 450

10. Seven 5x13 5-spoke BMW factory alloy wheels 72-73 ? ( condition details????) = 100 to 200 each

11. Rear bumper bar that fits round tail bumpers (AMCO ? got hardware?) = $40 to 150

good luck

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I would expect you could get between $1,500 & 2,500 for the lot based on the head being fresh & useable. The mud flaps alone go for $2-300 on ebay.

Wish I could get my hands on some of the stash.

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1. Italovanti BMW Motorsports Steering Wheel = $200

2. Quick ratio Steering Box - red paint and correct #s = $429 - 600

3. E12 Head with Dr. Schrick cam - 284 U believe (????? ) = $100 to 559

4. NOS Italian Front Turn Signals - Orange and White 2 Sets = $100 to 200 for each pair

5. 6 BBS 6x13 Basketweaves (condition details ?????) = $30 to 120 each

6. NOS Stoneguards - 1 set for rear quarters (nice! very RARE ! ) = $ 100 +

7. 1-piece Dash with Glovebox near mint no cracks = $ 100 to 400

8. Becker Gran Prix Radio with correct '02 knobs & Cassette Player

Player is Becker also and plugs into back of Radio = $ 400 to 700

9. Blaupunkt Radio with correct '02 knobs = $ 250 to 450

10. Seven 5x13 5-spoke BMW factory alloy wheels 72-73 ? ( condition details????) = 100 to 200 each

11. Rear bumper bar that fits round tail bumpers (AMCO ? got hardware?) = $40 to 150

good luck

Thanks C.D. Thats's what I'm looking for. The Schrick is either a 284 or 292. Thanks to all who responded!

I'm still waiting for offers on the lot in order to make a decision. I'm not trying to auction this off on here. I was an active member of this board for a long time when I had my '02s, and I know you guys know your stuff! I have had responses from several names that I have been long familiar with. Thanks again, and I'll let you know how it goes. RogerB

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I would expect you could get between $1,500 & 2,500 for the lot based on the head being fresh & useable. The mud flaps alone go for $2-300 on ebay.

Wish I could get my hands on some of the stash.

I think you are way low in your estimate! Also, you reminded me: I do have a set of pretty nice mudflaps that I forgot to list. Thanks!

RogerB

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for those interested im going to pass on the deal. we are a ways apart on the loot but rogers a very nice gentleman and easy to deal with. good luck to him and the future recipient of these nice pieces

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I'll take the lot if Blunt passes.

Blunt and I could not agree on price, so you are next in line. Blunt is a good guy, and we both have our reasons for not being able agree on value to each of us. Email me at rogbeck@bellsouth.net if you want to discuss. RogerB

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