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  1. I've acquired what I believe is a working Tii clock (no orange/red and has the crosshairs). I'd like to install it into my '74 non-tii dash. Is there a how-to out there? I spent about an hour going through old threads in this forum, but didn't find much. I'm wondering if I can cut the hole and install it without removing the dash? is there a suggested hole size? which wire to get power from, or run a new one (if so, from what). From what I can tell, it's one for power and one for ground. This clock has a harness with connector and small metal bracket. one of my thumb screws is missing, but can probably locate something to replace it. thanks for your tips, links and direction
  2. done. BTW, a colleague of mine was just hired by the Tire Rack to do UI/UX design. Hope they haven't highjacked your idea. Good luck!
  3. Event Title: Eugene Euro Classic Cars & Coffee Event Author: joebarthlow Event Date: 09/07/2019 09:00 AM to 09/07/2019 10:30 AM Calling all German, Italian, British, French and Swedish Classics! We'll meet up in the parking lot of Vintage Underground at 7th Ave & Garfield in West Eugene. We'll have hot coffee and donuts on hand. there's a taco truck too! This is a classic BMBW-heavy event. Eugene Euro Classic Cars & Coffee
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    Calling all German, Italian, British, French and Swedish Classics! We'll meet up in the parking lot of Vintage Underground at 7th Ave & Garfield in West Eugene. We'll have hot coffee and donuts on hand. there's a taco truck too! This is a classic BMW-heavy event.
  5. changed the spark plugs and ignition wires. Holy cow! it's a "new" car!
  6. I'l take a light switch if you still have one
  7. Myth. BMW colors follow similar color choices as other leading brands of the day. If some guy told me it was for tax breaks, i'd spit my coffee laughing.
  8. https://www.pure-gas.org that have an app to.
  9. fuses fuses toss if it doesn't work Blunttech.com welcome!
  10. I'm looking for the hardware that attaches the thin rubber trim to the front corners on a '73 bumper. I assume these are the same fasteners for the long rear strip on the long bumpers. If no hardware, I could use a part number. RealOEM doesn't list the numbers. (#27 in illustration). looking for 8 thanks
  11. awesome, hopefully it's a weekend I'm free
  12. very cool! wish I knew about it, would have loved to watch
  13. anyway I can get that 1:06 back?


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