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  • Birthday 10/22/1943

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  1. skyking96w

    1676010

    I also have a copy of the Alpina invoice:
  2. Regarding Andreas Harz comment about my car: I have a letter from Alpina Classic stating that the car "was converted in our house, US Chassis 1676010, delivery 07/1970." I also have a similar letter to what Andreas quoted, from BMW Group Classic, saying the car "was manufactured on June 23rd, 1970 and delivered on July 02nd to the BMW dealer Bovensiepen in Kaufbeuren. The original color was Chamonix, paint code 085. The car was equipped with a sliding/vent roof. We hope this information is helpful for you. Yours sincerely, Julia Oberndorfer." Ray King
  3. skyking96w

    1676010

    I have a letter from Alpina Classic stating that the car was converted "in our house, US Chassis 1676010, delivery 07/1970." Ray
  4. Looking for a chrome exhaust tip for my 2002. Some vendors say they are still available, but out of stock at present. I would settle for a decent used one right now. Ray King
  5. Chances are Alpina would have used the racing 5-point belts that are anchored to the floor and/or horizontal bar behind the seats, at least in the race and rally cars. I have an Alpina-built street car, and it has standard street belts and no roll bar. I have some Alpina literature and price lists from 1970, but nothing in it about seat belts. Ray King
  6. Posted in another thread...this one may be newer. Need a lower timing chain cover for an M10 engine. Ray King
  7. Need a lower timing chain cover for an M10 engine. Where do you ship from? Ray King
  8. Need a lower timing chain cover for an M10 engine. Ray King
  9. Harry -- I sent you a PM a couple of days ago, but perhaps you have not seen it. It said: "Hi Harry -- I purchased a door brake set in July of 2016. I had not installed them yet, but my OEM left door brake--installed about 30 years ago--just broke, so it's time to use yours. I just read your update to the description, and I am wondering if I am going to have trouble with the installation because of fitment issues. Ray King"
  10. You were doing good to get 5000 miles out of it. I got less than 100 miles before the fake pertronix burned up. Switched to a 123Tune. Still carry a complete disty with points as a spare. Ray
  11. Looks pretty solid, and it will be worth the effort.


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