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  1. Another 2002 came my way that I could not say no too! Its a 1974 2002tii. Definitely has its issues including rust, however there is a lot going for it as well. bilstien shocks, H&R springs, poly bushings, five speed and strut braces are a plus. Some of you might have followed my M42 2002 Build a few years back. This car is getting different treatment. I have only a limited amount of time to get it on the road and am embracing the “patina” look so to speak. Anyway, here is a short video of my progress so far.
  2. not sure what the name of the lake is called. It is a super small one.
  3. Thanks! I'm sure you aren't the only one who is curious. It was around 10-12 inches thick in the thinnest places we could find.
  4. Had some fun on the ice in the 2002. Got some sweet drone footage as well! Hope you guys enjoy.
  5. Direct message me and I can send you one. I take PayPal or E-transfer!
  6. Looking for a BMW 2002 calendar? I have a limited run of High Quality 8.5" x 11" Wall Calendars for sale. Perfect Christmas gift to yourself or to the 2002 fanatic in your life. Only US $30 including Shipping if you are in Canada, $30CAD including shipping Paypal or E-transfer!
  7. Looking for a BMW 2002 calendar? I have a limited run of High Quality 8.5" x 11" Wall Calendars for sale. Perfect Christmas gift to yourself or to the 2002 fanatic in your life. Only US $30 including Shipping if you are in Canada, $30CAD including shipping Paypal or E-transfer!
  8. Back again to update my project blog. Haven't done a thing to the 2002 except enjoy it. Put just over seventeen thousand km this summer. Don't have too much planned for this winter other than BBS and maybe just a little lower. Now on to the real reason of this update! I am the lucky owner of a 1973 Inka Sunroof Touring! Such a cool car. I can't get over it! The previous owner bought it in 1985 when he was stationed in Germany and drove it a few years before shipping it to Canada. He recently decided to let it go. Its a fairly solid car. Has typical rust but is complete and well worth getting on the road once again. I need some opinions! The plan would be to semi restore it. Meaning fix the rear struts and rockers but leaving the paint and enjoy it as with loads of Patina then in a few years fully repaint and redo the car. What would you do? None of it is original paint and the rust does need to be fixed to drive it. Here is some pictures, hope you guys enjoy.
  9. looks awesome! Where does one find flocking material? Just at a crafts store? I really need to do this.
  10. Hello once again! I haven't posted for a little while but recently passed 10,000km on the 2002 and figured I should update the build! Other than a coolant hose failing (my fault) and the bottom of my Recaro seat collapsing (I hope not my fault.) it has been smooth sailing. Haven't done too much to the car other than enjoy it. Here is some of my adventures...
  11. That is clean. Well done sir!
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