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  1. I have 2 pieces of the trim that goes between the tail lights for sale. Both are in similar condition, have all the clips, and the little plastic nuts that hold them in place. One set has slight corrosion on the clips. $50 each plus shipping. Set 1: Set 2:
  2. Anyone seen/know of this particular tow hook in picture? Looking for something period correct for the rear of the car. Would appreciate any thoughts or product suggestions.
  3. Hello Faq Members, I'm selling my 1972 BMW 2002 M20 Project. Lil History.. I'm 4th owner, owned car 16 yrs. Has tremendous sentimental value to me personally... I've taken great care of this car, always garaged, kept clean, and maintained. Unfortunately my divorce and relocating have put me in a position to sell my most loved possession. There is a PDF with great details attached. I will run through the important details.... M20 drive-train from 87 325is. M20 Engine Bottom end rebuild including Piston rings, bearings, rods, oil pump and chain. Block was decreased and sand blasted. Replacement parts were of OEM quality, all gaskets replaced. Cylinder head was cleaned and pressure tested, new valve seals were installed, valve adjustment done to cold BMW specs. All timing components were replaced. New Fuel injectors (Bosch Blue) were installed less than 6 months ago. New Coil, Cap Rotor, Plug Wires and Crank Sensor were replaced. Motor is tight, runs amazing. 260Getrag New clutch assembly, clutch slave, and master slave installed. Secondary reservoir installed for trans purposes only. Driveshaft is from 325is, cut and balanced by local shop. Guibo mount moved 6" back o accommodate. Rear Diff is a 3.91 LSD from a 83 320is, new inner and outer boots were installed and packed. Box Flares Are authentic AC Schnitzer 1968 stamped Box assembly with matching from air dam... Body work is not my thing... Where I hit a road block... I can rebuild and M10 or M20 in a weekend, put a sanding pad and fiberglass in-front of me and I'm lost... Hoping someone can see the true potential this car has... I know I can and I hate to watch it leave my possession... Asking $5500 obo Cash price is very negotiable, I'm willing to take deposit of 500$ (50% refundable) and take car off market. Provide buyer with VIN verification and receipt. Buyer can pay off balance in increments, and must have paid off and removed by 4/30 2017... Located in Lakeland Florida.. Trades considered with understanding 2500-3000 is cash. A solid E46 M3, E39 540i, or 97-2003 X5 would rethink the cash part... 99-2003 E39 M5 items anything except engine parts.. 97-2003 E39 540 Msport E30 Coupe, 97-2003 E46 M3 Firearms Thanks for looking guys Shawn 1972 Bmw 2002-022317.pdf
  4. Hey folks! I'm Mike, professional photographer, Orange County resident, donut enthusiast. Last week I picked up my first-ever vintage car: A 1972 2002 with a 5-speed swap. It has a bit of rust in the spare tire well, sketchy rear brakes, a totally shot center tie rod, and could probably use some new brushings, but the body looks straight (as far as I can tell) and everything seems to work pretty well. It made the 90-mile trek from San Diego to Orange County in 95º heat and rush hour traffic with no problems, so that seems to be a good start. Anyway, being my first vintage car, I have no wrenching experience, but I'd like to get it up to daily-driver snuff and then some. I have no problem paying folks to help out, but I figure I should start learning so I can get a handle on the easier stuff. With that said, if anyone in my area needs a hand with their cars, or would like to walk me through mine, I'd appreciate it! Also, I know there's Independent down in La Jolla, but are there any other solid '02 shops in the SoCal area? I'm sure you can expect plenty of dumb questions from me in the future, so just a heads up on that! Thanks folks! -Mike
  5. I have a guy near me parting a '68 2002. I have been thinking about picking up the tail lights as a spare set but can't find any for sale to get a handle on value. What are good examples going for these days? I'm also picking up the shorty bumpers. What are they going for? TIA
  6. http://seattle.craigslist.org/est/cto/3829139137.html Thanks!
  7. ** SOLD ON JUNE 23 AT FULL PRICE ** 1972 BMW 2002tii Inka / 4-speed Manual / Sunroof This is a USA model 1972 BMW 2002tii (E10) in Inka with 75,330 miles - VIN 2761250. It has a 4-speed manual transmission, sunroof, and alloy wheels (all original). No AC. The car has had a mechanical and cosmetic restoration begun in 2012 at 74,204 miles and completed this year. All replacement parts are BMW OEM, excepting those marked as non-OEM (*) below. The body and frame have no rust whatsoever and all paint is original. Mechanical Restoration: · Complete rebuild of original engine (M15) · Complete refresh of Kugelfischer fuel injection · Complete rebuild of engine electrical/ignition system · New OEM water pump · New OEM wiper motor · Repair or OEM parts replacement on other systems including transaxle, exhaust, suspension, body electrical/lighting, window mechanisms Cosmetic Restoration: · New carpets and added trunk carpet* · New headliner (black) including sun visors* · New 3-point front seat belts* · OEM right sideview mirror added · Restoration of original console · New (inconspicuous) audio system with four speakers (AM / FM / Aux / USB)* · OEM VDO clock replacement · OEM rear emblem replacement · OEM rear license plate lights replacement · OEM turn signal stalk assembly replacement · New front seats (1980 320is Recaros - recovered in black German vinyl)* - OEM front seats included · New steering wheel (1980 320is)* - OEM steering wheel included · New Hella H4 headlights, Hella 160 fog lights and wiring harness* - OEM foglight switch · Restoration of original instrument cluster (cleaned, new bulbs) · New trunk and hood rubber gaskets · Under hood and trunk lid foam pads* · New front coco mats (black/orange)* · New BMW wheel center caps · Four new tires (plus older spare)* Remaining Flaws: · Paint chips in body (driver door, left rear quarter, other). Due to the overall excellent condition of the original paint, no attempt has been made to refinish these. · Minor dent at top of right rear wheel well · Paint scratches on wheel wells inside trunk · Crack in dash above instrument cluster Vehicle History: The car was purchased new in 1972 in Sacramento, California. It had spent its entire life there before restoration. It was driven until approximately 1990 by the original owner and then stored for over 20 years under cover in his garage. In 2011, the car was purchased by an independent BMW repair shop in the Sacramento area where the major mechanical restoration was done. I purchased the car in June 2012 from the repair shop. The remaining mechanical and cosmetic restoration has been completed since then. The mileage of 74,204 at the start of restoration is claimed to be original by the repair shop owner, but could not be verified. However, the condition of the body, original paint and undercarriage support this claimed mileage. The car has approximately 900 miles since engine rebuild. Documentation: Detailed records of all restoration work since 2011 are included. New BMW OEM owner’s manual. The car has a clear title (Colorado) and is ready for immediate sale. Location: The car is located in Boulder, Colorado and available for viewing, test drive and/or pre-purchase inspection. Additional and high-resolution pictures available on request. Contact: John Wadle jwadle47@gmail.com
  8. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack, can anyone tell me why it is so hard to find even a half way decent 2002 (roundie) rolling body shell around the S.F. area in California? Would even travel a day away to pick up. Am I asking too much? Better yet, anyone have one for sale? Pleeeeeease? If you know of anything at all--send me a PM
  9. Hello all, Just as the title states I am looking for a set of pre - 1973 bumper brackets. Specifically the J shaped ones. I've included a pic of what they look like below. I will also need them to be shipped to south Florida! Thank you for looking
  10. Year:: 1974 Make:: BMW Model:: 2002 Tii Price:: 7250.00 Location: : San Diego My brother and I have made the difficult decision to let one of our three 02 projects go. We've decided to let the 74 Tii go and keep our 69 & 72 standard Roundies. This car was disassembled with all body and paint done by its previous owner a few years ago, and there it sat with no further progress. We picked the car up with plans to put it back together stock with minor upgrades. However we have focused on our earlier cars and have left it sitting covered with no further progress. The car is a 74 Tii manufactured in July of 74. It is a matching SN's, Car, Engine, Steering Trim. The car has AC & Sunroof as well. The car is 85% complete, missing are the Tranmission and front & rear Windshields along with a few bits and pieces.. The motor has been out of the car for several years. All the Original Injection componets are here. This is great way to get a Tii at a reasonable price with body & paint done. Now you can pick how to finish the build & restoration yourself. Contact me for further details and pics. We are open to Reasonable OFFERS, NO LOW BALLS , this car needs to get to a good home, put back together to be enjoyed and loved. Please, Please SERIOUS Inquires Only. Do not send a long list of questions, ask for a parts inventory if you a NOT READY to Buy this car now. The car is available to been seen in North San Diego County Thank You for your time. Don PS I've added another pic of the right side view, due to a strange reflection that looked like possible damage.
  11. Year:: 1970 Make:: BMW Model:: 2002 Price:: 800 Location: : OR not mine--and no association--but up for sale on Craigslist....... http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/cto/5134259404.html
  12. Year:: 1971 Make:: BMW Model:: 2002 Price:: 10500 Location: : Ephrata, Pa 1971, 4 speed, runs and drives great, one of the cleanest i have seen anywhere close to my area. I have everything listed in the craigslist ad, with pictures and info! http://lancaster.craigslist.org/cto/5205036646.html
  13. Hello everyone, Recently bought a late 1970, sold as a '71 BMW 2002. Trying to source some build sheet info since it has some 1600-2 carryover parts and accessories and some interesting interior. Owner said it had a dealer upgraded moto lita steering wheel, AC, sunroof, AC and LUX velour interior- all done in period. Some things aren't adding up, so I wanted to start by running the vin number (1678375) and trying to find out what the build sheet looked like. Best options other than paying $100 to the classic center for limited info? Here are some pictures. Any info is greatly appreciated ! I'm located in Monterey, CA
  14. Good morning all, This popped up on Jalopnik this morning. If you haven't seen their "Nice Price or Crack Pipe" segment it is pretty self explanatory, but they post a car for sale and the readers vote if it a good value or over priced. I just wanted to share because the car has what looks to have rust issues in a few areas and it is still getting voted 80%+ "Nice Price." Anywho, I think it is worth a look, also the comments are a good read. http://jalopnik.com/for-8-500-this-1971-bmw-2002-brings-some-neue-klasse-1693796489# -Robert
  15. Driver's side is in decent driver condition. Passenger side is straight but spray painted. $100 shipped in th lower 48 obo. Email alpina69@gmail.com
  16. So Im sure many of you know that my beautiful baby pinkie ('73 Verona) got totaled a few months ago... The Insurance Is dragging the process out (GASP); But I'm hoping to get at least 7K from them. So that being said If everyone would keep their eye out for any roundies that pop up locally or on the internet, If you let me know about them I would be eternally grateful! Im open to anything. Looking for a stock roundie in red, blue, white, yellow, etc. I plan on a full drivetrain swap so I don't care for any upgrades, just an honest body is my main goal. I also will probably try to hire someone here on the FAQ to go check an '02 out for me if they are in the area ;P. Just PM me anything you find that might be of interest! I'm so grateful for this forum and this wonderful community of '02-ers! thank you again! To end the post on a Happy note: here is Pinkie a few weeks before the accident.
  17. For those of you who do not believe in the "LIES OF SOCIETY!..." (Eric Andre reference) ... Such as: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc... You can hit the "Follow" button in the BLOG section of the FAQ. See you there!
  18. Price:: 175 Location: : Atlanta, Ga Early set of tan/black door panels. Good vinyl, 70% chrome on trim strips, cardboard has been reglued, speaker covers covering holes. Plus shipping from 30043. [email protected]<script data-cfhash='f9e31' type="text/javascript"> /* */</script>
  19. Price:: 300 Location: : seattle not mine---and I have nothing to do with it--- but thought it might be of interest to someone who wants to do a conversion or who needs the panels. https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/pts/5254350728.html
  20. Year:: 1969 Make:: BMW Model:: 2002 Price:: 1000 Location: : Richmond, CA BMW roundie (1969) bodyshell, no mechanicals apart from steering column. Solid body, no rust. Solid rear shock towers. Stripped for rebuild. Rear end, grille and taillights available for extra cost. No title- bill of sale only. $1000 firm (cash only). Will not part out- sorry.
  21. I am in the process of restoring and buying assorted trim pieces all over my '72. 95% of my parts have been purchased through a great, local source I have used for years. I ordered a BMW Roundel for the tail panel to replace the faded original one on my car and am not sure this is the correct part. It came in a BMW Group box with the correct part number, but the blue color does not match any other originals on the rest of the car, nor does the font look correct. Perhaps this blue goes way back into BMW's history...I dunno. I did a brief search to see if this version popped up but couldn't seem to find it. The part itself feels nice and is metal, but nothing about it looks right to me. Stuff like this I have to have right, I can't help it. Has anyone seen this Roundel before? Many thanks for any and all help.
  22. Shoot me a message if you got one or know of one! I live in Seattle and would prefer to buy local.Thanks
  23. So since I got this car, everyone keeps telling me that my tail lights are "the worst they've ever seen". Admittedly, the light output was miserable, so I decided to go with an LED kit from Blunt Tech. I rather not get rear ended because I wasn't visible at night. The parts came in this afternoon, I had them in an hour later. Before. Yes the lights are on, no I'm not kidding. I used hot glue to hold everything in place. Just a few dabs in the corners and a little on the back. I did add some more glue after this photo, but this is sufficient. Here is a side by side comparison. It should be pretty obvious which one is which. Even though this is shot during the day, they were pretty much invisible at night as well. I'm not sure if it had the wrong bulbs, or the lens is too hazy, but it's completely unsafe. Unsafe / Safe Before After And the final product. I'm very please with the final results. For an hours worth of work, the peace of mind is huge. Anyone who has followed me in this car immediately comments on how bad they were. So this was definitely a needed upgrade. Finally, my Renown Monaco came in earlier this week. I swapped the 100 out, and this fit much better. Now the turn signals aren't 50 feet away, and I'm more comfortable. The wheel looks great in the interior as well. I need to get some black hardware as Ireland Engineering doesn't have any, and the thread pitch of their steering hub doesn't match up to the included Renown hardware. Weird, but an easy fix. I also removed the remaining center console. I had debated sourcing a replacement console, but I'm rather liking the very spartan look. I'll tuck the wires up under the dash and try running the car like this for a while. While I was working on the lights today, I noticed the tail light gaskets were completely shot, and I'm missing one knob that holds it in place. I ordered some license plate lights, so I'll be replacing the busted set shortly. I also spent a good deal of time poking around the cooling system. I've noticed that this car does not like sitting still. It appears the fan is kicking on, but is completely insufficient to keep things cool. It's a cheap, Chinese fan, so I'm going to order a stronger Spal pusher, and possibly a lower temp. thermostat. If that doesn't work, I'll be putting a bigger radiator in. Summer is around the corner, so if it can't take the 80 degree weather we've been having, 120 certainly isn't going to help anything.
  24. After test driving the car in California, I knew there was a few things that I would have to take care of right away when the car arrived home. Primarily with the throttle pedal. The car has an E30 G260 5 speed, which required the transmission tunnel to be widened. The result was a stock throttle pedal that absolutely did not fit anymore. I struggled to press it, and broke it clean off not 30 seconds after the car had arrived home. I ordered an Ireland Engineering aluminum throttle pedal, a kit they sell to address these issues. I simply cut out the stock pedal bracket, and bolted this pedal in. The pedal pushes against a roller bearing on the throttle rod, and engages incredibly smoothly. 10/10, best modification I’ll ever do to this car. Mainly because I can actually drive it properly now. I also ordered a steering hub adapter from IE, as I had a Renown 100 sitting around from my E30. The stock wheel was in decent shape, but a little too big for my taste. Unfortunately the 100 sticks out way too far on this hub, so I’ll likely need to swap to a Monaco. Otherwise it looks fantastic. Before the car was shipped to me, the previous owner spun up the coilovers so nothing was damaged getting on and off the truck. So I took some time to spin everything back down. I discovered the car is sitting on true-rear coilovers, but has no reinforcement on the rear shock towers. So I’ll be tackling that pretty quickly as well. I’ve only had the car for about a week now, so there wasn't a lot to report right off the bat. Fortunately I can say there will be future updates on this car, I have parts coming in and some goals to hit this year.
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