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Awesome garage sale! S14 motor, 265 CR gearbox, etc.


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I have decided I have too many projects and need to clean out my garage. I have lots of cool stuff for sale! If you want an amazing package deal including engine, gearbox, and euro spec 2002, then contact me as we can discuss. Located in Portland, OR.

Pics of the 02 are here:




dmaraglia on gmail.com

Engine sold, trans sold, wheels sold

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Is the car for sale? if so how much

I'd be willing to sell the entire package -- car, trans, s14 etc, etc...is this what you are interested in? If so, please PM me and we will discuss.

dmaraglia on gmail

Euro 1975 BMW 2002 M2 Project

Imported (legally) to the US in 2006. This car restored and converted to S14 power in Germany. Very well built, the car was certified by the very tough German TUV -- I have complete TUV paperwork. Thus, the car already has a full M3 wiring harness installed.

Currently, the car does not have an engine or transmission installed -- I bought the car like this with the intention of putting in my own S14 and Euro M3 265 CR dog leg box.

Pics of the motor:


Pics of car:


Some noteworthy NOS parts with approx 2,000 miles:

- Tii struts, with additional 1.5 degree camber

- Turbo boxed trailing arms

- BMW gas tank

- Front sub-frame

- Front control arms

-Drive line-

- Euro M3 CR dog box, 0 miles, fresh rebuild by Ron Cheeca

- Complete s14 motor, sans AFM and ECU. Prepared for aftermarket EFI.

Motor comes with numerous extras/spares, including ALL parts needed

for S14 swap into an 02.

- Complete drive shaft

- Brand new M3 clutch and fly wheel

- Used M3 clutch and flywheel

- New Summer Brothers billet axles

- Two M3 bell housings


- 3 piece BBS RS wheels, powder coated to match car, freshly restored 15x7 f and 15x8 r

- Original BMW Turbo flares

- Original BMW front spoiler

- New doors and door handles

- New weather seals through most of car, including windshield

- Car has been compltely disassembled, restored and repainted about 10,000 miles ago. Paint is solid, but certainly no show car. Small rust spot on right fender.

- Xenon fluorescent lights and ballasts from meccatune in original light housings -- very bright!

- Battery is relocated to the trunk.

- High power radiator fan

- On board camera in the radiator grill


- Vdo auxiliary instruments

- Professionally restored (in Germany) 260km speedo

- Wiechers polished aluminum rollbar

- Schroth ASM harnesses

- Sportseats with custom blue and tan leather covers.

- 320mm sport steering wheel, blue

- Rear seats removed, replaced with aluminum serrated sheet with BMW logo laser cut and back lit.

- New headliner



- NOS control arms

- NOS sub frame

- Al strut tower brace

- Tii struts (NOS), 1.5 degree camber added

- New Bilstein sport shocks

- H&R 40mm lowering springs

- E21 hubs and disks with turbo brake calipers


- Bilstein sport shocks

- H&R 40mm lowering springs

- Turbo boxed trailing arms (NOS)

- Newer rear sub-frame -- super clean and rust free.

You will need:

Rear differential, half-shafts, brakes



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Rear suspension is out of while I was looking for a diff. Good time to redo bushings.

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what did you have to do to import to the States properly? thanks


Importation was quite easy due to the age -- if a car is 25+ years old, then it is exempt from EPA/DOT regs. You fill out DOT/EPA forms stating the age and thus exemption, plus you will need the title and proof of purchase; you will have to pay an import duty which was not very high. To accomplish all this I did not ever have to deal with any gov't agency in person -- all was done via fax or phone. Not so complicated actually...



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How much for the s14 block and the head and transmission. I have interested in doing an s14 conversion for a while. Please let me know. Thanks.

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