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  1. Lynnwood Pull A Part. 18306 Highway 99 Lynnwood, WA 98037 US Phone 1: 425-778-3147 Phone 2: N/A Fax: 425-771-3147 Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat-Sun 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Located on Hwy 99 and 183rd (approx). West side of the road.... The 02 is located about 9 rows south of the building and about 15 cars west of the parking lot. Specific enough?
  2. I was there yesterday looking for a few thing for my e36. It is a fairly complete red with black interior. Lots of good parts still on the car. Decent body panels and doors, some decent interior panels, Mostly complete engine and ancillary components. Just lettin' you all know. O==()==O
  3. Great, like new condition Momo hub with trim piece and horn wiring. fits all fine-splined steering column bmws. 1980s and 1990s models, may fit others. $65 + shipping Seattle area Steve Fore 25. 9 Fore 1. one778 --- (mobile/textable)
  4. I'd like to move the wheel further away from me and have heard of this being done. Cut, grind and re-weld the momo hub down to a smaller height. It looks like 2" could easily be taken out of it.
  5. Keeping the Datster for a while, i'm gonna work on it a bit over the winter, need to finish putting it back together after the recent paint job, and then... maybe put it out there in the spring/summer.
  6. yes, i have a '68 Datsun 1600 roadster. pretty nice condition, it's got a fresh silver paint job. i'm working on interior now. it's a friggin slot car, but it's waaaay too small for me! i'm 6'4" 230 lbs., and these were designed for 5'4" 130 lb persons.
  7. Strong non smoker engine. Collector plates, never pay tabs again. Complete running and driving 1970 roundie for $1250!?!! newer weber 32/36, stiff bilsteins all around. decent tires. engine is clean and was told by PO it was recently rebuilt. it has the 121ti head. car is in downtown Auburn, right off of hwy 167. Anybody need a parts car or a great project????? I'm losing storage spot soon and want this opportunity to go to an aficionado. Easily recoup the price and make money if you part it out. link to ad in 2002faq cars for sale: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,376954/ Steve Fore! 25. 9 Fore! 1. One 778
  8. Strong non smoker engine. Collector plates, never pay tabs again. Complete running and driving 1970 roundie for $1250!?!! Anybody need a parts car or a great project????? I'm losing storage spot soon and want this opportunity to go to an afficiando. Easily recoup the price and make money if you part it out. Steve Fore! 25. 9 Fore! 1. One 778
  9. Nice to meet you last nite Andy! Will keep you updated on other parts. --- Andy bought all my extra body parts so i'm reducing price of car. As much as he wanted to, his wife put the kibosh on him bringing home another '02. Car is now $1250
  10. neglected. awaiting restoration in Woodinville, WA
  11. southbound on I-405 thru Bellevue, WA for this nice example.
  12. 1970 BMW 2002. Running and drivable solid project car. Minimal and easily repairable rust... not too bad though. 4 speed trans with 4 cylinder m10 engine. Weber carb. Bilstein shocks and struts. have all trim and lights. including round tail lights in good condition and 2 sets of the rear interior and door panels in very nice condition. Grilles are in very nice shape. Back seat is nice shape. $1250 Steve 425. 9 Fore! 1. 1778
  13. Steveo here..... FWIW--- I had some chrome wiper arms from my '68 '02 and wanted to put them on my '74 to replace the chipped black arms and they would not mount the stubs. upon further inspection i discovered that the spline count was different between the black arm from the '74 and the silver arms of the '68. Possibly it was just the very early '02s that had a coarse spline. I ended up sanding down and repainting the '74 black arms. Be sure to use a good primer first. I used the SEM trim paint that Mike suggested. Several light coats over a 1 week period and wetsanded with 1500 grit between coats. I was very happy with the results.
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