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  1. Now for sale.. https://suchen.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/details.html?id=281377655&fbclid=IwAR0Dtco6uu3NYpfyjKC74Eolwgx1KIs-H7_ZDi9u5ZbJHoIeSaIdj2REVFE
  2. That's properly shit and certainly compromised your shell in the event of a head-on. As others suggested that's probably10x worse than it appears, and it appears bad. Proper bodge job, if I bought that recently I'd be having words with the seller (and if it was a dealer I'd be taking legal action if they didn't fix it), but caveat emptor and all that. Wouldn't be allowed on the road in Europe.
  3. There was a tatty black 2000Ti at auction last year in New York. Hope an enthusiast picked it up, bloody rare car, and I agree with you tom about the Tisa comment
  4. vive la difference (and don't forget Touring lights are bigger)
  5. Dual circuit were installed for safety reasons - you can have a break line fail and the other cicuit contnues to work providing some braking. I prefer the simplicity of single line systems, and BMW went back to them for the e21, no idea why
  6. dash and brakes are correct for a 1970 1600-2 (from europe, the US lost the lovely chrome dash earlier)
  7. My NK was bought in Senegal and btw, africa is not a country 🙂
  8. well that's just lovely my french 1600-2 came with a St Christopher in the same spot.
  9. That air box is from a Tii not a coupe. GWS
  10. yes, by the factory and you can see the two X stamped at either end under the grime. When you bought a remanufactured engine from BMW it was just that, and was on an exchange basis, so your old engine went back into the mix, had the number ground off and was rebuilt for the next customer.
  11. There's a couple of very good threads on the UK forum Mark - Knobbys and Matts (Pongo)
  12. I did something similar on my NK but after being rear ended one night on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice (insert jokes here) I realised that the pressure switch needed a reasonable amount of pressure to actually work. Whether this is down to the design or mine was just old and working out of spec I don't know, but it's been fixed with the later style switch off the top of the pedal. Just had to make a simple bracket to bolt it on.
  13. https://www.bmw2002faq.com/articles.html/technical-articles/engine-and-drivetrain/strongest-2002-limited-slip-differential-build-r74/


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