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  1. First of all I didn't paint everybody here as a Right Winger. But, there are enough here to make me sick. As for History, I believe I can do circles around most of you. You don't know anything about my background. It was the glorious Red Army which marched to Berlin and raised the victory banner over the Reichstag. In the process it blew up the Swastika over the Brandenburg Gate. But, that swastika has been symbolically resurrected today by NATO and its support of Neo-Nazi militia's in places like the Ukraine. There are enough of these Right Wing bastards here to warrant my critique. It sounds like you're the one who needs to take the chill pill, not me.
  2. I stand by my earlier comments to you. I commend Germany's Baader Meinhof - RAF and Greece's November 17th for hunting down NATO's Fascist Pigs !
  3. My Comrades and I enjoy our Nazi trophies. The next time we raise our victory banner over the Reichstag or the White House, we'll collect more.
  4. Thanks for the advice, Toby. A lot of folks here are great people. I think you're one of them. But, there's also just enough of them that leave a really bitter taste in my mouth. I've been around a long time, and I have a lot of experience with the BMW community to know what I'm talking about. I believe I've been here on the FAQ for at least 15 years, and I've owned BMW's since 1982, when I learned to drive and bought my first 1600. I'm tired of some of the ignorant, racist and socially irresponsible comments I hear from members within this community dominated by the Anglo-Teuton brotherhood. I've been subjected to this crap for years. And, it's the last thing I can tolerate, especially now.
  5. I don't know what is CBD ? I took my drugs during the 80s. I don't think we had that around. We just lived on a diet of Quaaludes, Coke, Meth and Crack. That's probably for beginners these days. But, the BMW closet case Nazis are very real. They do their best in trying to keep their Fascism in check just underneath the skin. But, it always comes to the surface one way or another. It's actually a dialectical process where their contradictions manifest themselves in various comments and actions. The current bloated Capitalist Pig in power has emboldened them to come out of the closet while others remain a bit more diplomatic. "White" folks from this country predominate this BMW culture. Now, I'm "White" , but I can see through some of these bastards who dream of putting on their white sheets.
  6. I'll keep the Nazi cars as trophies.
  7. Same crap.Go ahead and talk about your car, but not with me.
  8. Your military forces have kissed up to Neo Nazi militias ever since the end of the Cold War. And, in this respect, as a member of a military force which supports these barbaric organizations and the Imperial Will of the USA, YOU CAN GO AND FUCK YOURSELF !
  9. You know exactly what I'm talking about.
  10. I’m in the process of removing my content from this FAQ. I do not wish to contribute to and / or share technical information with any person and / or group even remotely affiliated with any Right Wing and Nazi organization, including the Republican Party. The vast majority of the FAQ and BMW car club constituents fall into this category. Right Wing ideology has always been closely affiliated with BMW and enthusiasts of the marque, from its inception to this very day. BMW’s patriarchal Quandt family supported and funded Adolf Hitler from the very early years of the Nazi movement. Quandt owned factories, including those of BMW, contributed to the Nazi war effort and employed slave labor from nearby concentration camps. These laborers were subjected to cruel punishment and only lived an average of six months under these conditions. BMW and other German industrial facilities conveniently located their facilities in the proximity of these camps. On the factory grounds of at least one BMW plant gallows were constructed to hang workers for infractions. Following the war the Nuremberg trials only addressed the crimes of a handful of leading Nazis before being quickly adjourned. As the Cold War heated up the United States was more interested in appeasing the Nazis and winning the hearts and minds of Germans than it was in any of the crimes they committed. To add insult to injury the second phase of the Nuremberg Proceedings which addressed the complicity of leading German Industrialists, such as the Quandt family, exonerated almost all of them because they were deemed indispensable to the West’s effort to curb Communism. The military guard during the second phase of the proceedings wore American service uniforms, but were recruited from the ranks of recently disbanded Waffen SS units, specifically the Latvian and Lithuanian foreign legions of the Waffen SS who committed unspeakable crimes against the Jews, Communists and others. These murderers and criminals were rewarded rather than being handed over to the Red Army where they would have met justice. Some of you Republican adherents who have espoused your Right Wing and social Darwinian views in the face of the current crisis we are facing have demonstrated your indifference and lack of empathy for the vast majority of people in this country and the world. You can go and pay homage to Wall Street and the BMW marque, indifferent to the plight of people around you and the death toll to the virus. But, I refuse to be associated with you. - Slavs
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  12. I'm enthusiastic about these cars as I've probably clocked more miles on them than anybody on this board. But, in cancelling the event I believe the organizers exercised good judgement and social responsibility given the current state of affairs. Over 50,000 people have died in just a month and a half, and that only includes the documented deaths in hospitals and nursing homes. Another 10,000 probably died at home. What will the toll be when it’s all over? Prioritizing auto shows, especially ones such as Pebble Beach, while ignoring the health and welfare of the citizens is simply unacceptable and socially irresponsible. People are uncertain about their future, including their economic well-being. While bailing out the banks and the affluent, the federal government has done little to nothing for common folks. Just a one-time $1,200 stimulus check is a mere drop in the bucket. Many of us have mortgage and rent commitments, including small businesses, and the government has done nothing to freeze our credit obligation to lending institutions. These are some very serious and genuine concerns. Who cares about Pebble Beach and its snobby “Concurs de Elegance” if I’ve lost my job or business to the pandemic and now I’m staring into the abyss. People are losing their jobs, livelihood and lives and now we are supposed to worry about Pebble Beach with all its ostentatious manifestations of wealth, pageantry, snobbery and arrogance. Yes, I care about my 02s, but my health, welfare and social responsibility to humanity comes first.
  13. I have a 69 1600 with single circuit brakes. The two reservoirs mounted directly on top of the brake master were used on 1968 2002s and 1969 1600s with single circuit brakes. A lot of Alfa Romeos had the identical brake master and fluid reservoir. The only difference between the 68 2002 and 69 1600 hydraulic system is that the 1600 used the mechanical clutch while the 2002 used the hydraulic clutch. My 1600 also has the welded mounting bracket on the fender for the single reservoir, even though it never came equipped with the reservoir. But, I converted my clutch actuation from mechanical to hydraulic and added the single reservoir, just like the one you have pictured, for my clutch hydraulics. So, now my 69 1600s hydraulics are identical to the 68 2002. I like the idea of having separate reservoirs for my brakes and clutch. The only reason I converted my car from mechanical clutch actuation to hydraulic was in anticipation of adding a 5 speed OD trans from a 320i. Otherwise, I like the mechanical activation. Your brake fluid reservoirs have the attachments for the brake fluid reservoir warning light. And, your car should have the wire harness for the brake fluid reservoirs unless somebody removed it. If you have the single circuit brakes, a cheaper alternative is to use the brake master from the 320i. Other than the shape of the fluid reservoir it is identical to your master. You can get it in either cast metal or light alloy. It also has the brake fluid reservoir mounted on top of it. And it has a provision for the wiring associated with the fluid level light. The reservoir fluid nipples on the 320i version are a little larger, so I don't know if the reservoirs are interchangeable. For a span of about 20 years, e21s of every variant littered the pick a part yards. That's where I got my 320i brake masters because I wanted the reservoir, otherwise the parts stores were asking more for the reservoir than the master. I've attached pics of the 320i master and fluid reservoir. A BMW 320i Master cylinder is available new for as low as $60. I've also attached a schematic of the Alfa master cylinder and reservoir. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Napa-39405-Brake-Master-Cylinder-1977-1983-BMW-320i-W-O-Reservoir/183687569559?epid=2282056055&hash=item2ac4a1e097:g:NPIAAOSw04ZcZxih
  14. Ahh, thanks for reminding me. I missed that.
  15. If you plan on using those grilles on a 2002, they are not "correct" if that is what you are trying to achieve. Those grilles were only used on the 1600. The 1600ti and 2002s had some of the slats blacked out with thin black aluminum covers glued over them. Slavs
  16. Thanks for correcting me,Mike. The Vin# of the 66 was 1507952. I still have a record of it somewhere. The vin # on my 67 is 1520561.
  17. What I know about the history of my 67 1600; A gentleman purchased a new and very early 1966 1600 (vin # starting with 160....) in Bristol from a dealership here in Burbank, CA, back in 66 or 67. It wasn't a BMW dealership. He drove the car all over the state and country until the rust got very severe. During the mid to late 90s he purchased a solid 1967 1600 rolling shell, also in Bristol, from 2002AD, which transferred the 66 dash and badges from his 66 to the 67 shell. He also had it converted to a 12v, installed a 2 liter, 5 speed overdrive and rebuilt the 4.11 diff, adding limited slip. The rolling shell supposedly came from the Bay Area. It was mostly solid, although the rockers needed to be replaced. I acquired the car from him in 2008.
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