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  1. Hey PNW, I'm putting up my full Flo-Fit interior for sale here first before putting everything in the For Sale section. My hope is to sell locally and not have to deal with shipping. Selling for $1500 - or best offer! Everything is in perfect, as new condition - no tears, flat spots, or worn areas. This is a set of vintage 80s era NOS Flo-Fit fronts, 02 rail/adapters, and matching rear bench. I bought everything from a FAQ member still in the original factory shipping boxes. The driver's seat comes with the adjustable lumbar support pump. Both front seats have the adjustable knee support. The matching rear cover was for an e21, but I had it adapted to fit the 02 rear bench. All horse hair on the bench was replaced with foam/cloth batting. The upholster said the wrinkles in the rear cover can be smoothed out with a steamer, I just don't have one to do it. I've had everything in the car less 6 months. I'm selling because I'm about to go in for a full body and paint restoration (blog to come) and will be going in a different direction with the interior when I get to that point. I'll be pulling this interior in the next couple of weeks, so hit me up now if you want to check stuff out while everything is still in the car. For those of you not familiar with the brand, Flo-fits are lower cost alternatives to Recaros. They are wider than the e21 Recaros (which I had before) and IMHO offer better support and are more comfortable. They sit about level to stock seats. I think they're perfect for a hot rod or autoX 02, or someone on the wider side 😉. The sale will also include e21 seat adapters. Cheers, James 
  2. Call Patrick at Midnight Motorsports. If not him, he can point you to an AC expert.
  3. Yep, I know about those. They're sweet, but super heavy. I currently have 15" VW Corrado steelies that I love, but they're also kinda heavy as well. The 15" CMC wheels are only 10.5 lbs and have the look of stock steelies. That why I'm interested in them. James
  4. Bruce, several PMs sent in this. Please reply/call. James
  5. @SteadFast those appear to be the 14's. Not sure if what they list as hub diameter is the same as what we call bore hole diameter. Lost in translation...
  6. @SteadFast 73.1mm, really? Is that for the 14" wheels? The rep I spoke and the site below confirms that the 15" bore size is 54mm. https://rev9autosport.com/car-make-corn-s-aluminum-cmc-01-15-wheels.html
  7. @02bumpers Chris, any updates on the install videos and documentation? Also, would love to see and hear from anyone who has installed the latest, revised trim sets. How did they fit? Any issues with install? Thanks, James
  8. Not in Portland, but up near Seattle in Renton is American Auto. I'm taking mine there to get the nose clip replaced. They've done several 2002s over the years. Note that while they do good work, they are not a concourse type of restoration shop. High driver level cars is their specialty where there is good value to quality. If you decide to inquire, ask for Junior.
  9. Here you go for trunk metal, they just started selling this: https://www.wallothnesch.com/en/newsletter/exklusiv-kofferraumboden-fuer-02-modelle/bmw-1502-2002-turbo.html/
  10. The bore hole size on the CMC 15" is 54mm. Will those fit a 2002? James
  11. Looking for a recommendation for a reputable BMW shop in the Portland area to do a pre purchase inspection on a e46. Please PM me. Thanks, James

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