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  1. Last update before closing tonight: We're good to go on "2002", "2002tii", and "1600" shirts.
  2. UPDATE, with two days left for pre-orders: - The "2002" and "Bavaria" designs have enough pre-orders to go on press. - The "2002tii" and "1600" will probably go to press; I can order extras to hit the minimum, then try to sell them later. (Last time, though, some of my color-and-size picks for extra shirts resulted in printed shirts that never did sell.) Thanks all for your support! https://fountainsquareroundie.com/shop/
  3. We’re doing another round of vintage BMW emblem shirts in custom colors; $30 each with free shipping to US. (Contact us for non-US.) Many new designs (turbo, touring, 1600, etc.), but which will get the needed minimum orders of 12 to do a press run?! We’ll find out, I guess. Pre-orders only, through August 22. https://fountainsquareroundie.com/shop/
  4. All pre-order details at the link: https://fountainsquareroundie.com/shop/ There's no printing on the back of the emblem shirts. (There is back printing only the project car logo shirts). Here's a photo of an emblem shirt from the last run:
  5. We’re doing another round of vintage BMW emblem shirts in custom colors; $30 each with free shipping to US. (Contact us for non-US.) Many new designs (turbo, touring, 1600, etc.), but which will get the needed minimum orders of 12 to do a press run?! We’ll find out, I guess. Pre-orders only, through August 22. https://fountainsquareroundie.com/shop/
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    Jason's two '02s

    @eurotrash Jason’s ’75 Verona #mzehn on I-75 in Kentucky, returning home from The Vintage 2017. Photo by my daughter, from within Jason’s ’76 Pastelblau #beersnob02 which we borrowed from him for the weekend.
  7. Badlands 1996 and Seattle 1997. Thanks to FAQ Teelinger for the second photo.
  8. Congrats, Mike, and I love that you have a delivery day photo! Tough question: With what camera did you take that photo in Queens in 1969?! thanks, Eric in Cincinnati
  9. Hi Mike, This is from our early '71 2002. (Why are flashers not listed on the sticker?!)
  10. Happy Anniversary, Mike! Thanks again for the video! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bmw02/permalink/10157067862509076/
  11. Repaired the front subframe by welding in reinforcement plates--one for the driver's side motor mount (which was cracked), and the other for the center bottom of the subframe (which was all bent up from car jack use). Also fixed a bent and broken tow eye; we're guessing they were both bent inwards when connected with a tow strap. Many thanks to Ken Calardo for the welding! Video here. Disassembling the steering box required the use of a pneumatic pickle fork to hammer off the pitman arm. Then, while trying to remove the two seals, I was (unintentionally) trying to tear apart the seals instead of removing them; oops. I had read about the metal inside the seals and had removed those—but I had removed only the springs, not the frames. Once I understood this, I simply yanked the seals out with Vise-Grips. Now on to the soaking and cleaning of all of the bits…
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