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  1. NM/ NA. (Are those wood screws coming through the floor pan?). https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/cto/d/haverhill-1972-bmw-2002/6894249009.html
  2. Those cars all look good Dosky and thanks for including the prices. It sounds like you know what you are doing and it nice to see some actual sales prices, so many numbers get thrown around it’s tough to get a sense of true value these days.
  3. Shoot, there was a similar thread recently (last six months?) that made a nice laundry list. I thought I bookmarked it but cannot find it. I hope someone with better recall can provide the link.
  4. Agreed, Brandon. Car is now basically 1/2 price from where he started (6K).
  5. You are welcome Hal. It sounds like you have some familiarity with the binder, but for those that don’t: it is organized by tabs (which I could not reproduce), but if you look at the blue index photo shown above, you can see the tabs are M, G, V, etc. The second entry down is the English explanation, so if you were looking for a tool to work on the “rear axle”, you would go to tab H, if that makes sense.
  6. Here you go Hal . . . I brought the binder to work today to scan but because the pages are slightly larger than 8.5 x 11 it is a little off kilter. It does have the familar blue cover. Are you looking to fabricate something in particular? Let me know, I have alot of the tools, I could measure/photo something for you if I have it. BMW Special Tools (Spezialwerkzeuge).pdf
  7. Hal, I have a copy of this version, which looks to be slightly different from the one shown above. I can scan it in if it is not already posted elsewhere.
  8. I like the look of that granatrot, harry (I have a granatrot ‘74 base). Here’s a couple of photos of a granatrot Alpina that sold at auction a few years ago, if your friend has not already seen them. Something to aspire to.
  9. Those are such nice photos. I hope someday somebody puts a drone up over one of these gatherings. That would make a nice poster.
  10. No title will make it a tougher sell locally. Our RMV does not go easy on you if you show up without a title.
  11. NM/NA. One for the Granada lovers. Looks to be VIN 1663246, first sold 12/6/68 if I am reading it correctly. https://providence.craigslist.org/cto/d/mattapoisett-1969-bmw-2002/6870895178.html
  12. It has been said before, but bears repeating: always remember to chock the opposite side wheels when jacking the car, as shown here.
  13. Did you consider the two for sale right now on this forum, one by RolesJ and one by HELP?
  14. I agree with Spurious. Our ‘98 T5–one of the best years, right before Ford bought the company and it started its downhill slide.
  15. I had a good experience with these guys out of Australia; I believe other FAQers have as well. They use Silca steel blanks for 2002s.
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