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  1. Glad she's back in CA where she can be driven year-round instead of sitting in my garage in Chicago looking sad all winter. Get her tuned for that CA air and have tons of fun in the canyons (like I used to when I bought her in LA). So glad you bought her, the car couldn't have gone to a better guy. Enjoy!
  2. Seller here. Glad you're back on the road, Dennis. Sorry to hear about the troubles and wishing you a smooth trip the rest of the way. Sounds like you found the right mechanic. I miss her!
  3. I agree. He says he's going to document his trip back from Chicago to CA on the FAQ. He's going to pick the car up on Wednesday, so keep an eye out!
  4. http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-bmw-2002tii-10/ Yes, it's mine. Auction ends tomorrow.
  5. Closing tomorrow: http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-bmw-2002tii-10/ (yes, it's mine)
  6. Just over 5 years later, she's now available on Bring a Trailer. Now with an Limited slip diff. http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-bmw-2002tii-10/
  7. My 1972 2002tii is currently listed on Bring a Trailer. It's a driver, but a pretty good-looking one if i may say so. Check it out at http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-bmw-2002tii-10/
  8. Oh, and not a beauty shot, but this one from a kid's soccer practice parking lot always makes me smile.
  9. Jack Fahuna at http://www.probimmer.com/ Specializes in 2002's, knows all there is to know, and won't rip you off.
  10. THIS! I had completely missed tucking the larger back end in under the chrome. I thought the button was the only thing that held the back end, but now that the square end is tucked in, the insert no longer falls out. Sometimes it's the small things. Thanks, this made my day/week.
  11. Wow, thanks for all the ideas. Yes, it's entirely possible my handles are flipped. And ray, I love those early door handles without the insert. (I think i sold you a set of wheels a few years ago in LA.) But as for my 02, I'll give dq48's directions a try. And if that doesn't work, I'll be finding some thick double sided tape.
  12. So after losing my driver's side interior door handle plastic insert, I ordered a new one (actually, two after discovering the hard way that the driver's side is the RIGHT side, which makes no sense to me but whatever). It seems like it should snap right into place, but it doesn't. This should hook around the front end of the metal handle, then snap into the hole on the rear, correct? Or am I missing something? Because when I do this, it just falls back out. I'm starting to think a little glue or putty might be the answer. Any suggestions?


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