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  1. A couple of the more unique “02s” at Legends...
  2. From my experience, judges prefer consistency of presentation and the story behind the car that supports it. If there is no preservation class, an original, unmolested car with patina may do just as well as a nut and bolt full restoration. But it’s hard for the judges to ignore the as-new or better than factory shine of a correct restoration. If your car already has new replacement parts and trim pieces polished up, you’re probably best to continue with that theme and replace your wheel centers. Otherwise they will look out of place and candidates for point deductions.
  3. Anyone down in SoCal headed up to Legends of the Autobahn, willing to pick up a retro roof rack in La Miarad from “Reese M.” and deliver to me in Monterey? Willing to negotiate a fee for the courier efforts.
  4. I had to do the same in both corners and used 3M Super Weather Strip (#03602) with good success. The hardest problem was scraping off all of the old adhesive on both the body and rubber seal surfaces to get clean smooth surfaces to work with. Other than following instructions, I did use masking tape to secure the seal in place until the cement was fully set. The corners haven’t lifted since.
  5. Part # 51 21 6 442 100 & 51 21 6 442 101 (1) Set (L&R) of exterior door handles including keys in new or near new condition. Locks do not match keys and will require a locksmith to match to either key set or to your car’s ignition/door key. $395 including shipping via USPS Priority anywhere in the US. If you’re looking for a new set of door handles, save on tax, shipping and current retail prices with these door handles.
  6. This might work for you Found this one on the FAQ... https://www.bmw2002faq.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=287975
  7. Schon '02

    Car Bra

    Custom ‘02 car bra, Black Vinyl Double stitch/double padding at critical areas strengthens & delivers a better body-hugging fit Super soft flannel backing keeps paint scratch free Vinyl coated hooks & padded tabs are double covered & reinforced & won't scratch Easy installation no tools required & hooks are pre-bent $25 obo plus shipping.
  8. BMW Part# 82 11 9 401 144; new and unused smoked plexiglass sunroof wind deflector in original box. Includes rubber gasket, 2 sets of clips, instructions, but only 1 of 2 screw / hand nut fasteners (replacement fasteners easily sourced from the specialty hardware section of your local Ace). $100 plus shipping.
  9. For Sale: (4) E30 “Bottle Cap” wheels with wheel centers in very good condition, mounted with Pirelli P4000 195-60-14 tires (80% remaining tread). Plus an additional wheel w/o wheel center in excellent condition. Local pick-up or delivery in the SF Bay Area. Make offer.
  10. Polished valve cover; early 2002 version with “BMW” and 4 horizontal bars; internal casting mark “68.” $60 plus shipping.
  11. It's my understanding that the orange "BMW Parts" sticker was used on the Model 73 (1974-1976) and not on earlier cars.
  12. Is the cover with "BMW" block letters and four horizontal lines correct for a '73 model? Was the paint necessary to cover cosmetic issues with the original finish or was the original finish painted and you just refreshed it?
  13. I checked out the parts catalog diagram to see if here was any indication for orienting the seal and it would seem to show the lip attachment to the seal base biased towards the front. I've flipped mine to this position to see if it makes any difference; if not I'll do a test and add some generic weather stripping to the cowl to see if that makes any difference; if there's still warm air from the heater core after all that its back to square one.

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