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  1. Thank you for the interest, email sent. To anyone else who is wondering the car is available for 11,500€. I will post here when it's sold. Thanks!
  2. Hi there, thank you for the question and comment. I actually tried to be quite detailed (perhaps overly so) on the shipping quotes. Do you see the comments 4 and 5 below yours? Basically with insurance it's about $2300–3400 depending on the port. The site is not the best for cars located overseas, especially drivers that are not particularly rare. My idea was that some '02 fans would want to come over for the adventure – tour Germany, drive the Ring, in a sorted car. Then bring it back with them. Right now it does not really look like I have the audience I need, but we'll see what happens in the end.
  3. Hella true, golf73. I actually never saw them in the 13 years I was doing '02 stuff in the US. They're really light too!
  4. Thank you Ray! Fingers crossed (or thumbs as the Germans say).
  5. Thanks for the kind words, mbausa2001. It's really just a nice driver, and the end price should hopefully reflect that (maybe between $10k and $20k depending how the wind blows). Not peanuts, but also not out of reach for a lot of enthusiasts (unlike the beautiful $93k Tii from last week). It's sure off to a slow start though, so we'll see . . . Cheers, -Davin
  6. Well, it was either move to Munich, or sell the BMW before they kick me outta Stuttgart. Kidding, kidding, it gets lots of love from the locals. This is a wonderful car and I'll miss it like hell. If you're of a mind for a BMW adventure in Europe, have a look: http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1971-bmw-1602-2/ Please wish me luck. This marks the second break in my 15 year '02 ownership run . . . gonna see what this whole Italian mistress thing is all about. But I'll be back, no doubt about that. Cheers from Deutschland, -der Davin
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  8. Brilliant! Thanks again. Which book or manual is this, by the way?
  9. arminyack, that would be very helpful. I have a few diagrams which may be the same as what you have, but it's still a bit puzzling to me so I'd love to add your diagram to my resources. Feel free to post it here, or email me at showymcshow at gmail. Thanks again, much appreciated.
  10. Hi folks – long time no post. Can anyone point me to a link or a page with the full jet specs for a stock Solex 36-40 PDSI carb for a 1602? Mine is a late '71 Italian-market car, but that probably doesn't matter. I've searched thoroughly and can only find the jet specs for 2002s. Thanks! PS, in case anyone is interested, I've been living in Stuttgart Germany lately and enjoying zipping around Europe in this (lighter) Agave car originally from Italy. Cheers, -Davin
  11. Looking for some rear seat belts in good condition, the 2-point lap belt style please. Shipping would be to San Francisco, CA 94131. Please email me directly or send a PM instead of posting here: showymcshow at gmail dot com. Thanks!
  12. Thanks so much for the thorough replies, folks. This is why I love the FAQ. I will follow up on all of these leads. If anyone else out there has tips, please drop a line. Thanks again! And Kevin, I'll let you know if such an adventure were to happen
  13. Long lost FAQers- After three years of not posting, I hope you all don't mind a question out of the blue! I was dabbling in Datsuns for a while there, but the time has come to move forward with my languishing M20 project. The hitch: I'm moving to Germany in October. My question to those in the know: Is it possible to get TÜV approval to legally drive a 1967 1600-2 with a (triple-carb'd) M20 engine on public roads? The language on the official German site is fuzzy on this. Various sources have suggested anything from 'shouldn't be a problem' to 'no way in hell.' I'm moving to Göttingen, Germany in mid-October and I must decide whether to kill myself getting my dream car together, or to lose my shirt selling a non-running project. If I can be assured the car will get legal status, then I will bring it along to ze Fatherland. If not, well, you'll see me in the 'for sale' section with my tail between my legs. Does anyone have direct experience registering a modified vintage vehicle in Germany? And yes, I have been corresponding with Michael Cahsel, but the language barrier makes this a bit tricky All the best, FAQ community. Can't believe I've been away from here for so long. The site looks great!
  14. Hi there Kris- Would you consider taking $225 for the lines? Not that your asking price isn't fair, it's just a bit of a stretch for me at the moment. Please let me know, thanks! -Davin-
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