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  1. 73 US models all had auto choke, early '72 should look right. I'll check the archives.
  2. https://www.facebook.com/groups/363150687052055/ Hi Rich, Most activity takes place on the Chicago 02 facebook page. I'll forward your email to the admin so you receive non facebook notifications. Some members should be at the Winnetka fuelfed event Sunday, I will try to get there with my (almost Fjord) 72 tii, I park on the south entry road. Dave
  3. VINs aren't stored in BMWs parts or dealerspeed databases until some time in 1975 when BMWNA was formed. I'm not sure why they thought it was a good idea to reissue vin ranges later.
  4. message on facebook, he still has some https://www.facebook.com/martin.meissner.31
  5. if Vana doesn't take it, I am interested. please send price.
  6. 02 group tech session at The Werk Shop this Saturday, 2/11 9-12
  7. I remember in the "90s, there was a recall to install two replacement tires with higher carbon content on a particular BMW model for static buildup, apparently air friction is one of the causes
  8. I think these are aftermarket from Rogers http://www.rogerstii.com/bmw-2002-white-cap-for-rear-vent-window-latch/
  9. You need the driveshaft removed either way or it's a pain to move the car. Once you have the shaft out, removing a four speed trans is easy, and whether a tii or not this is the way to pull the motor. drop the drivetrain and subframe from the bottom if you want the subframe loose for reconditioning but not otherwise.
  10. Jeff at Odometergears.com has some good looking repros
  11. throw the old master back on and see if it makes a difference?
  12. The Chicago 02 group will host a tech session at The Werk Shop feb. 20 at 9 am, main topic Is the 02 heater box. All welcome! pm me with questions
  13. if the brakes were free prior to heating up, I would bet one of the rubber brake hoses to that wheel was swollen internally, the high pressure generated by the master would pass the obstruction but the pressure due to the springs trying to retract the cylinder pistons would not, and heat did the rest.


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