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    Benicia, CA 94510

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  1. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1975-bmw-2002-56/
  2. The wheels very similar to “Delta” from a foundry in Milano.
  3. I think you mean “Mongo.” See, aren’t we all helpful around here?
  4. I can’t believe I read this whole thread... very sad. I could have been on AlfaBB where everyone is always helpful, courteous and respectful to newbies and oldies alike...🙃
  5. Looks like he didnt read this...
  6. Thumbs up to the guys at PRDesign! I was able to install the repair bracket without any drama. The footwell carpet doesn’t need removal, just loosen the lower edge and corner just enough to access the port hole on the sheet metal. Using the bracket as the template for two 1/4” holes, nail punching the marks, drillIng, a bit of filing and the fiddly part of getting the backer plate piece in. Then bolt it up, set the pin, re glue the carpet and it’s done. Well worth the effort and price! Wife is happy!
  7. ‘73 Malaga VIN 2590923 originally purchased by David Zivnuska of Moraga, CA... The car wound up in Boulder CO with owners #2 (Robert Steinway, ‘95-‘02) and #3 (David Mohseni, ‘02-‘06), before returning to California with owner #4 (Peter Oxenbol, ‘06-‘18). The earliest photo of the car is from ‘98 when it graced the cover of of the BMWCCA Rocky Mtn Chapter newsletter.
  8. Great idea! Next version will be made of black iron pipe for riot control! Seriously, it fits nicely behind the rear strut tower brace. If needed, the stand pipe portion has a screwed coupling so I can adjust the height, and if needed unscrew the bottom half for compact storage.
  9. The strange looks at the station are nothing compared to the eye rolls from the wife! LOL! But it works great and that s all that matters.
  10. All the fuel gravity drains into the car via the white corrugated hose, which is about 16” long and an inch in diameter. Both ends can be capped once any excess fuel is wiped off so there are no fumes or spillage once stored in the trunk. If you’re thinking the fuel fills the black pipe, you don’t understand the concept.
  11. My solution for splash free, full flow filling... designed for my bad back so no need to crouch or squat with the higher location to insert the gas pump nozzle. The black pipe is essentially the stand which allows you to press down on the gas pump nozzle when filling; a corrugated hose is in the curved section of the pipe. PM me if you’re interested; I made a few extra.
  12. A grommet goes where the wire pulls through the fender.
  13. Worth reading to get a feel for the market and learn about what to look for: https://bringatrailer.com/auctions/results/?search=Bmw+2002+
  14. https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/news/scary-photos-of-recalled-harbor-freight-jack-stands-show-just-how-dangerous-they-are/ar-BB14DdHZ?li=BBnbfcL
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