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  1. Two new URO brand 2002 door seals (rubber gaskets) Part Numbers 51711808685 / 51711808686 (L/R). $120 shipped (USA).
  2. I thought this thread would solve my problem, but I'm still not clear on the door switch wiring for the dome light. My car is a '72 sunroof. As shown in the picture below, the driver's door has 3 wires going to 2 spades (the original switch was mashed so I don't know how it worked). The passenger door has 1 wire to 1 spade. So far I've installed a new 1-spade switch on the passenger door and it works (light goes off when button is pressed). I don't know what to do with the 3 wires and 2 spades on the driver's door - my new switch only has one spade. Do I need a different switch (part number??) or can my 1-spade switch be used by ignoring some of the 3 wires? ALSO, each door has a hole in the door jam opposite the switch (see picture of driver's door below). When the door closes the button goes into the hole and it is not depressed. For example, my passenger door works when I press the button manually, but doesn't work when I close the door. Are these holes in the door jams supposed to have some sort of plug so that they will depress the door switch when the door closes? Any help in clearing this up would be much appreciated.
  3. ** SOLD ON JUNE 23 AT FULL PRICE ** Thanks for all the interest in my car. I currently have a deposit from an eBay buyer, but if the sale does not close (by June 24), the car will be relisted.
  4. ** SOLD ON JUNE 23 AT FULL PRICE ** 1972 BMW 2002tii Inka / 4-speed Manual / Sunroof This is a USA model 1972 BMW 2002tii (E10) in Inka with 75,330 miles - VIN 2761250. It has a 4-speed manual transmission, sunroof, and alloy wheels (all original). No AC. The car has had a mechanical and cosmetic restoration begun in 2012 at 74,204 miles and completed this year. All replacement parts are BMW OEM, excepting those marked as non-OEM (*) below. The body and frame have no rust whatsoever and all paint is original. Mechanical Restoration: · Complete rebuild of original engine (M15) · Complete refresh of Kugelfischer fuel injection · Complete rebuild of engine electrical/ignition system · New OEM water pump · New OEM wiper motor · Repair or OEM parts replacement on other systems including transaxle, exhaust, suspension, body electrical/lighting, window mechanisms Cosmetic Restoration: · New carpets and added trunk carpet* · New headliner (black) including sun visors* · New 3-point front seat belts* · OEM right sideview mirror added · Restoration of original console · New (inconspicuous) audio system with four speakers (AM / FM / Aux / USB)* · OEM VDO clock replacement · OEM rear emblem replacement · OEM rear license plate lights replacement · OEM turn signal stalk assembly replacement · New front seats (1980 320is Recaros - recovered in black German vinyl)* - OEM front seats included · New steering wheel (1980 320is)* - OEM steering wheel included · New Hella H4 headlights, Hella 160 fog lights and wiring harness* - OEM foglight switch · Restoration of original instrument cluster (cleaned, new bulbs) · New trunk and hood rubber gaskets · Under hood and trunk lid foam pads* · New front coco mats (black/orange)* · New BMW wheel center caps · Four new tires (plus older spare)* Remaining Flaws: · Paint chips in body (driver door, left rear quarter, other). Due to the overall excellent condition of the original paint, no attempt has been made to refinish these. · Minor dent at top of right rear wheel well · Paint scratches on wheel wells inside trunk · Crack in dash above instrument cluster Vehicle History: The car was purchased new in 1972 in Sacramento, California. It had spent its entire life there before restoration. It was driven until approximately 1990 by the original owner and then stored for over 20 years under cover in his garage. In 2011, the car was purchased by an independent BMW repair shop in the Sacramento area where the major mechanical restoration was done. I purchased the car in June 2012 from the repair shop. The remaining mechanical and cosmetic restoration has been completed since then. The mileage of 74,204 at the start of restoration is claimed to be original by the repair shop owner, but could not be verified. However, the condition of the body, original paint and undercarriage support this claimed mileage. The car has approximately 900 miles since engine rebuild. Documentation: Detailed records of all restoration work since 2011 are included. New BMW OEM owner’s manual. The car has a clear title (Colorado) and is ready for immediate sale. Location: The car is located in Boulder, Colorado and available for viewing, test drive and/or pre-purchase inspection. Additional and high-resolution pictures available on request. Contact: John Wadle jwadle47@gmail.com
  5. Do you still have these panels?? Thanks.
  6. Does anyone know the size of the bolts that secure under dash panel #1 above (knee pad under steering wheel). I assume all four bolts are the same size? Thanks
  7. Please contact me. Thanks - John jwadle47@gmail.com
  8. I know your posting was a long time ago, but if you still have the 2002tii water pump, I'm interested. If so, can you reply with the part number?
  9. This set of fiberglass kick panels for installation of low-profile front speakers was purchased from forum member eurotrash who makes them. They have never been installed and are brand new. You can find more details and pics of the panels in his earlier post: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/topic/87736-sub-enclosure-speaker-kick-panelsesty-carpet-integrat/ This sale is for front panels only. No sub enclosure, no carpet. $150 shipped within USA. $150 plus shipping elsewhere. Location: Boulder CO
  10. Can anyone suggest a constant 12V source near the dash for a new radio installation? New radio requires both constant and switched power sources and I can use the switched power wire from the old radio. Thanks.
  11. I friend of mine who is knowledgeable about old BMWs told me that the center strip on the black rubber windshield gasket on my '72 2002 should be (silver) aluminum. On my car, this strip is black on both the windshield and rear window (see pic below). Is this correct?
  12. Need orginal amber (green?) fog light button for my '72 2002tii. Location: Boulder CO
  13. WTB: Under dash panels, part numbers 51451825795 and 51451826393 Location: Boulder CO
  14. Any recommendations for an adhesive to use on new under hood/trunk pads? Thanks


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