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  1. This mage shows the Alpina description of the RA 1 kit in their Chassis and Brakes catalog ca 1973.
  2. I have had three sets of these Alpina rear discs with the reinforced arms, 914-6 calipers and vented rotors. One pair had lowered spring perches as shown in the above post while the others had standard perches. The rotors were Alpina specific (as were the Alpina front rotors). I never had the solid rotors as Markmac mentions above but they are pictured in Gert Hack's book. These were supplied by Alpina over the counter as a front and rear disc brake conversion kit Catalog item RA 1 and could of course be specified on a build to order car.
  3. Side pieces made from flat stock and mount same as bumper brackets and joined by a length of round stock with tabs welded on to mount Oscars.
  4. Example of early wiring loom wrap
  5. Lars Thanks for solving what has been a mystery to me for 35 years! Best regards
  6. I suspected it was meant to be mounted somehow at or near the. radiator support panel on the end of the flex hose to feed the air box. Spun aluminum anodized black,
  7. Back in the early 80s Miller & Norburn sold me an A4 with the nice cast alloy air cleaner box. This air horn came in the kit. The multi butterfly went onto my tii (long gone) but this was left over. Has anyone seen one like like before? Maybe it was for use on a 320i and not tii?
  8. Maybe the Nissan design team was inspired by this early Campy 5 1/2x13 for BMW 1600 2002
  9. Andrew This is the OEM shift knob for a 235/5 as shown in the 2002TI brochure. i believe the shift knob is still available. This one came from Maximillian in the 90s. The hand written part number on it is: 23 41 1 666 170
  10. Hi Sebastian do you have a good 68-70 style instrument panel to go with this? Tom
  11. This is a late '66 dash with the clock replaced with an early Gossen tachometer.
  12. The artwork for the BMW roundel on this Personal horn button appears similar to that on the plastic insert on the Personal shift knob.

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