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  1. True, 2002 dashes have an internal thin metal frame. To tell you the truth, I don't see any reason why they couldn't just make it similar to the Datsun dash.
  2. I have heard of owners in other countries seeking US signal lenses. I guess the appeal of having something different.
  3. Not mine, no affiliation, have not even seen it on the road. https://cnj.craigslist.org/ctd/d/freehold-1972-bmw-classic-antique/6948270455.html
  4. Yes I am. Always wondered if you had moved out of state. Good to know you still have your 02. Trying to organize a drive for the Fall. A tour of covered bridges in Bucks county Pa. Let me know if you are interested. Robert
  5. Hey Greg: I have a feeling that I know you. Do you have a squarie Sahara? Remember going to Mid Atlantik 02 Fest At Shenandoah State Park in Va.
  6. Tom: significantly better than the original post, except the frame rail with the perforation. If you are into the restoration part and have or can work in developing welding skills, it could be a good project. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  7. Hey Les, are you keeping track of all as they appear? I have some information to share with you if that is the case.
  8. Conserv will shime in, but the early tii's did not have that cut out on the firewall. As far as the snorkel is concerned, tii radiator supports (nose) did not have the round cut out for the air filter tube to collect fresh air. There is a never ending discussion because some of the tii's appear to have recieved a nose with the air filter opening, whether it happened at the factory or later, that is the 64k question. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  9. https://greenwood-sc.americanlisted.com/cars/1972-bmw-2002-tii-classic-roundie-_32477199.html
  10. Bitch slap paint job. Screws on the door panels, seriously?
  11. This is what is remaining of a European nose for late 2002. It includes the center grille section and the two bumper cutouts for the small bumpers. Please note that the lower section of all three parts are rusted, so these can only be grafted into a nose support that is in good condition at the bottom. $50 + shipping fron 08520 Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  12. Congratulations! You will get a lot of support on this board. If you want to, you should write [email protected] to get the build info they have on your car. Car seems to have been cared for, and hopefully you will get to enjoy it for years to come. What's the VIN #? You should added to the Registry using the link at the top of the page.
  13. Son in law was visiting a body shop local to his area, and ran into these two: Trying to get hold of the owners. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  14. Any chance you remember what state he was in? Someone in the local BMWCCA chapter might remember the car, at least seeing it on the road. I found the original owner of my formerly owned tii just by googleing his name.
  15. The first 48 hours. The trail is growing cold.


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