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  • Birthday 10/20/1953

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    Athens, GA
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    Cars, racing, golf, travel, tinkering, coin collecting, sports, news, and family.

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  1. A pair of seat adjuster lever arm grommets. I good condition. They have been sitting in my desk drawer for years and I no longer own an '02 so the first to send me their address gets them.
  2. PRICE REDUCED !! - 1973 base model car with numerous mechanical upgrades, but still needing rust replacement, paint, and your finishing touches. The front and rear subframes have been replaced with Tii units that were totally restored with new bushings, bearings, etc. Other mods listed below. The hood, front right fender, both rocker panels, and driver's floor board all need to be replaced, BUT, I have solid OEM replacement panels for all the bits that need to be replaced. I even have a welder that I'll throw in if you need one. In addition, I have a spare engine (M10 with engine stand), trans, driveshaft, heater boxes (3 I think), and 4 or 5 large boxes of other misc. spare parts. I also have original literature including original sales brochures and the original blue notebook repair manual. Mileage est. ~ 150,000 - 170,000 miles. Asking $5,000 for the entire "bundle". Just bought a "museum quality" 2001 Z3 and the wife says the 2002 has to GO! Will gladly send any requested pics. Some pictures at the following website. https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOyneryaTLeem4NZkvh-xodvsYRDcGJm5x3R7n9q7CBuPSBvyr1EQUXez4WdtnYfw?key=alRHaFpxUXJpenpMTmlBMzVzaXVRNFpGazkyeEN3 32/36 Weber carb Electronic ignition Header "Big Brake" upgrade in front with slotted and drilled rotors Was told it had a "mild cam" when I bought the car in 2001 ANSA exhaust Electric radiator fan E30 Basket weave rims (4)
  3. Hey All, Pics now available at the following location: https://photos.app.goo.gl/5jGfm1AMJyYQc5o26 Chamoix
  4. HELLO ALL - 1973 base model car with numerous mechanical upgrades, but still needing rust replacement, paint, and your finishing touches. The front and rear subframes have been replaced with Tii units that were totally restored with new bushings, bearings, etc. Other mods listed below. The hood, front right fender, both rocker panels, and driver's floor board all need to be replaced, BUT, I have solid OEM replacement panels for all the bits that need to be replaced. In addition, I have a spare engine (M10 with engine stand), trans, driveshaft, heater boxes (3 I think), and 4 or 5 large boxes of other misc. spare parts. I also have original literature including original sales brochures and the original blue notebook repair manual. Mileage est. ~ 150,000 - 170,000 miles. Asking $8,000 for the entire "bundle". Just bought a "museum quality" 2001 Z3 and the wife says the 2002 has to GO! Will gladly send any requested pics. Some pictures at the following website. https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOyneryaTLeem4NZkvh-xodvsYRDcGJm5x3R7n9q7CBuPSBvyr1EQUXez4WdtnYfw?key=alRHaFpxUXJpenpMTmlBMzVzaXVRNFpGazkyeEN3 32/36 Weber carb Electronic ignition Header "Big Brake" upgrade in front with slotted and drilled rotors Was told it had a "mild cam" when I bought the car in 2001 ANSA exhaust Electric radiator fan E30 Basket weave rims (4)
  5. Brooklyn, If you are still in the market, I am getting ready to list my '73 car for sale. It may not be what you are looking for. I bought the car in 2001 and it was my daily driver for 4 or 5 years. When my sister gave me another car (Saturn), I put the BMW into storage where it sat for the next 5 or 6 years. In 2011 I pulled it out and started slowly restoring it. I bought and refurbished Tii front and rear subframes with all new bushing, bearings, etc. and installed them. I give the mechanicals of the car an 8 out of 10. The major remaining issue is replacing rusty sheet metal - the hood, one front fender, both rocker panels, and driver's floor board. The good news is over the years I have gathered OEM replacements for all of the bits that need replacing. In addition, I have a ton of spare parts including a spare engine, trans, heater boxes (3 I think), and 4 or 5 large boxes full of bits and pieces. I also have a lot of original literature including original sales brochures and the repair notebook. I am going to ask $8,000 for the car and all of the parts. I am located in Athens, Georgia. - Jim Daniels
  6. Dennis, If you are still looking, I am getting ready to list my white with black interior '73 car for sale. It may not be what you are looking for. I bought the car in 2001 and it was my daily driver for 4 or 5 years. When my sister gave me a car (Saturn), I put the BMW into storage where it sat for the next 5 or 6 years. In 2011 I pulled it out and started slowly restoring it. I bought and refurbished Tii front and rear subframes with all new bushing, bearings, etc. and installed them. I give the mechanicals of the car an 8 out of 10. The major remaining issue is replacing rusty sheet metal - the hood, one front fender, both rocker panels, and driver's floor board. The good news is over the years I have gathered OEM replacements for all of the bits that need replacing. In addition, I have a ton of spare parts including a spare engine, trans, heater boxes (3 I think), and 4 or 5 large boxes full of bits and pieces. I also have a lot of original literature including original sales brochures and the repair notebook. I am going to ask $8,000 for the car and all of the parts. I am located in Athens, Georgia. - Jim Daniels
  7. Amigo, If you haven't located the grommets yet, I have a pair I'd send you for the cost of postage from 30606. chamoix
  8. In the 80's while in school over in Ithaca I worked as a flagman at the Glen. Got in for free, trackside seating, and a radio so you could hear what was going on everywhere on the track. Only down side was in order to work the big events, you had to do minor ones as well, so I spent some weekends watching doctors, dentists, and stock brokers from NY driving their Porches around the circuit.
  9. Still looking? I've got a spare M10 in North Gorgia (Athens). I bought it from a Forum member in Ashville who was doing an engine swap. He said it ran when pulled, but I have never heard it do so. Just been on an engine stand in the basement and rotated once in a while. I don't remember what year it is from, but it does not have the mount for the mechanical fuel pump, so probably a tii.
  10. Nice build ! Hey! I'm going to be in Guayaquil next week! Staying at the airport Holiday Inn. I get down a couple times a year to do food safety inspections on shrimp and tilapia processing plants.
  11. Just crossing the Ballard Bridge at 1:23 pm heading into Seattle and was followed by a really pretty silver/blue square tail in very nice shape. Had to turn into Fisherman's Terminal or I would have tried to follow. Anyone here? In town for a few days from Georgia to do an audit on a seafood processing plant here.
  12. I have a spare M10 engine and I'm out in Athens. Bought it from a FAQ member who said it was running when he pulled it for a swap. Also have a 4spd trans and drive shaft. Just knowing they are close by may allow you to consider cars without them or needing to be replaced.
  13. Have you priced the spacers to widen the calipers. A year or so ago when I was going through this same process, the only place I could find them was W&N and they were like $600! Luckily I had bought a set of E21 calipers from a forum member that had them so I split them open and moved the spacers to the tii calipers and it worked fine.
  14. Sorry for your troubles. Where are you located? I have two hoods outside of Atlanta GA.
  15. Here is a shot of the overriders on my base '73 which came off the line in mid April of 1973...
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