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  1. Bill, unfortunately not. No spare available. I have for my own collection one german and one english version. German versions do sometimes turn up on ebay. Stephan
  2. Hello Rick: I have owned TISA 995181 since 2002. Bought it from a friend in Toronto and brought it back to Germany. Those 1996 pictures are fantastic. I have not seen them before. I believe they were taken at GingerMan Raceway which is owned by Dan Schnitta one of the TISAs previous owners. The written documentation I know, the originals came with the car. I think those were written by Dave Foley who restored 995181. As you can see in my pictures, following the link to Google Picture, I have brought 995181 back from semi race setup to 1965 as works specification. It is a great handling and fast touring car that I really love to use as often I can. Today it wears the registration number M-VK 514 as used in period by the factory race car driven by Hubert Hahne, but 995181 is not the same car! The number simply was available when I registered it for the road here in Munich, Germany. 995181 was originally a US market car imported via Max Hoffman. The Alpina headers with side exhaust came with it when I bought it but have since been replaced by a large bore factory cast exhaust manifold and a 2000ti exhaust system for street use. Since owning 995181 I have collected everything TISA that I have come across. I am happy to share information with fellow TISA owners but have to find the time to do so. I am very happy to meet next time you are in Munich! Stephan
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  4. Hello Rick, many thanks for sharing the link to your 995013 restoration! You have two pictures of my 995181 that had been unknown to me. I hope you don't mind for me posting them below. Please see this link for pictures of 995181 https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipMBVEjhn-mb4Dg9AXf4Bh Bill, I wish you all the best for the restoration of 995133! Stephan 995181
  5. Steve, many thanks for sharing this great project. Love to see that this car gets back to its period look! Some more food for thought (various NK racing pictures found in the internet): http://picasaweb.google.com/historiccarracing/BMWNKRacing?authkey=Gv1sRgCKTHj6fuieWPqwE Cheers Stephan TiSA #181
  6. Next weekend, the Rush movie will be released in cinemas here in Germany. I am looking forward to it! Here are some pictures of the BMW at the set during filming. The location is the Nürburg village just right beside the race track. http://www.doettinger-hoehe.de/Dottinger_Hohe/Das_Neueste/Eintrage/2012/4/19_Fahrende_Telefonzelle%2C_Koteletten_und_Hochfrisuren.html Cheers, Stephan
  7. 1965 1800 TiSA VIN 995181 Polaris silver/ Red-black Location: Munich, Germany TiSA 995181 was originally imported into the US in 1965 via Max Hoffman. I bought the car in 2001 while living in Montreal, Canada. It now lives in Munich, Germany. Total restoration from 2002-2009. Some more information in the UK forum, http://www.02forum.c....php?f=40&t=308 . Cheers, Stephan Restoration Meant to be driven
  8. Hi, wish I could come over for the Monterey weekend in August! Cheers from Germany, Stephan TISA 181
  9. Hi Peter, TISA looks great!!! I really love those Campagnolo wheels!!! I still need to find some here in Europe for my car. Cheers from Germany, Stephan TISA 181


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