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  • Birthday 03/15/1991

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  1. Im in for a set, Alberto. I've purchased one or two from you in the past 5 years. Cheers, Ryan
  2. Send a message with your offer! I'll work with you. Cheers, RD
  3. Nope, not me. spoke with the owner three times this morning and he sent me about 10 photos. He also mentioned that he had a dozen interested parties by the time I called. after I saw the photos I called to tell him I’d take it but he told me it had just sold. That is life.
  4. alright alright alright I'll buy it jeez. You don't have to twist my arm.
  5. I had 2572631 and it was delivered to New York on February 5th, 1971. It was a 1971 BMW 1600.
  6. Hi guys Here is a nice, dry, trunk lid from a 74 Taiga car. Not much to say about it except that it is straight, dry, and needs to be repainted. Come pick it up in San Juan Capistrano! Photos for you: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmKJd4mw Thanks! RD
  7. Another cool car here. This is for the guy who has an extra engine and trans laying around, and wants to make a complete car. This car is ugly, but what it loses in aesthetics, it makes up for in the sum of its parts and its potential. This car is VERY DRY. No major rust aside from the the lower part of the nose panel (already cut out). What makes this car unique is that someone seemed to have put a lot of time and effort in, and then just bailed. It has a completely rebuilt rear subframe with all bushings, fresh brakes and SS lines, big swaybars front and rear, and lots going on in the engine bay as well. I see a fresh insulation pad installed, lots of new hardware underneath the car, and seems to already be set up for a 5-speed G245 trans (trans tunnel tabs moved and welded). The interior is nearly complete, though disassembled. I don't see a back seat present, but the door cards are tobacco and in great condition. They even come with with backing plates when you decide to redo them. Doors have glass installed in them. The front seats are some variation of race seat. There is a full roll bar in the back seat; Uninstalled but looks new. The trunk is also in great shape. No rush in the spare tire well and lots of good parts back there. I was able to crawl underneath and check all the problem areas for rust - this car has none of those issues. VIN: 1571037 This car is titled in Ca and the license plate I believe is original. Here is a link to many photos. Go through them! https://flic.kr/s/aHsmKH1EnV If you have any questions. Please reach out and send me a DM. If you have my phone number, go ahead and call. Thanks! Ryan D
  8. He's a pain in my ass but I knew him before I implemented my "no new friends" policy two years ago. Ray is grandfathered in.
  9. This car is powered by the Sun. Come on Ray, solar tech is the future.
  10. I've seen that detail on most 66-67 1600s without the trim. I believe it is a structural piece! And yep, Rey asked me to help him move some inventory and free up some space. New Year, new goals, as they say. Cheers
  11. I believe it needs a rebuild of the top end but I will confirm this detail. The 6 volt system comes with the original engine. I'm not sure if it's still in use. I didn't check close enough for the generator in the engine bay to confirm!
  12. Adding a photo of the VIN and another of the engine bay
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