Or more precisely, what’s left of it.
Went to the other side of the island today to check out a friend’s newly built garage/shop and his cars. He owns to ‘70 2002s, a NK an E30 318is and an E30 325i convertible.
On my way back, I stopped halfway for lunch and check out some cars owned by a gentleman I had corresponded on and off for a few years.
This is what I found:
The owner said that he had left it at the family farm stored in a barn after it was hit in the driver’s side fender. He didn’t bother to go back for years and when he did, it had been picked up with a loader and thrown in the middle of a field, where it rotted away.
Here are the photos I took today:
He bought this one, also years ago, to transfer all the tii goodies:
He doesn’t really want to sell them, but I don’t think they will live again if he doesn’t.
On a brighter note, another friend sent me pics of this Granatrot tii that is being restored:
I need to update my list, but I believe I have already identified 100 2002s here in Puerto Rico!
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