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Markster

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About Markster

  • Birthday 04/11/1961

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    SF Bay Area
  • Interests
    Karmann Ghia and BMW, Cycling and Mountain Biking

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  1. https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/cto/d/danville-1972-bmw-2002-tii-trade/7315008963.html We can guess it runs! 1972 Bmw 2002 Tii TRADE - $1 (DANVILLE) © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap (google map) 1972 bmw 2002 tii fuel: gas odometer: 111111 title status: clean transmission: manual 1972 BMW 2002 Tii Looking for trade offers CLEAN TITLE IN HAND Purchased from the original owner I have tons of service history I have the original window sticker! Runs amazing 4 speed manual Perfect blue interior All matching numbers besides the motor Motor was ordered from Germany after the first motor needed a rebuild so the owner went with factory replacement motor! Miles unknown PLEASE TEXT ME BECAUSE IM USULY AT WORK 9---2---5---3---0---9---9---5---7--8
  2. yessir - but I did not get that turbo feature. 🙂. darn.
  3. Hello fellow engine compartment gazers.... I know I can probably score 75% on this test but rather than that I figured I would ask you all which holes you would absolutely fill before I paint. Note the drivers side front radiator cut out is larger than normal I know that - I may have the shop fix that so my radiator no longer needs the flanges I made for it. My gut tells me to make it original size by adding the four inches back in that the PO cut out for some reason associated with AC. I do not have AC any more.
  4. Hello fellow engine compartment gazers.... I know I can probably score 75% on this test but rather than that I figured I would ask you all which holes you would absolutely fill before I paint. Note the drivers side front radiator cut out is larger than normal I know that - I may have the shop fix that so my radiator no longer needs the flanges I made for it. My gut tells me to make it original size by adding the four inches back in that the PO cut out for some reason associated with AC. I do not have AC any more. I know this is daunting - forgive me - and best choice is if in doubt just fill it. If there is a grommet or a pem nut leave it. And lastly if I made the hole fill it. 🙂
  5. Markster

    Hello Dolly!

    It is just the tub. 15-18K. I think it’s going to be perfect. I come to Fresno often. We should trade war stories!
  6. Hi Folks - Curious about the bead along the horizontal edge of my fender wheel well inside- the guys at the body shop want to know if it is normally bend in during that 10" horizontal length. I said yes - leave it - mine do not appear to be modified? Agreed? To me it is that way for rigidity? both my fenders have it - and it looks so good I am convinced he should leave it as is. Agreed?
  7. Inner and outer quarter panels are in and being finished.
  8. Got the paint matched!
  9. moving along this is to show the inner panel needed patching. Here are the panels from W&N - .0277 thick. p/n A41 35 1 855 113 Hood looks great... down to the metal Rear deck needed a bit more effort - was hard to close due to latch not properly tensioned - PO must have slammed his hands down on it one to many times Rear panel looking good too! Removed a bunch of extra bondo from PO Ahhhhh Agave paint chip check - using PPG, two stage. Body shop insist on PPG. QP work
  10. looks like a great project~ Love those wheels - just sayin. and begging.... maybe you could sell them to me? not being pushy of course.
  11. Hey all - looking good. You can see the W&N patch panels for the outer wheel wells are clamped in - they are waiting for the inners from me. The dent in passenger door is removed. Drivers door sanded and primed. Drivers rear QP waiting for patch panel inner and outer. Rear panel sanded and my patch panel finished by the pro's. Hood and Deck Lid sanding away the old paint to bare metal. Front hood underneath did have some surface rust that started under the sound deadener pad...
  12. I just got me a Bendpak mid rise scissor lift. Can't wait to get my car back from the body shop and start assembly! The previous owner sold his shop but kept this and then never used it - got a good deal on it. Weighs in at about 800 lbs though. took some work to move it from his house to mine! Here we are unloading it - waaay easier than the load but a similar approach with the cherry picker. It will double as many other things for me - a super stable work bench. A place for your cocktails at Mark's garage / BMW parties and heck even a small jazz trio could get on this thing! Cheers!
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