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  1. It looks like whoever prepped this car for paint did a shitty job, one of the reasons we refuse to paint anything prepped by somebody else. Assuming that you have enough clear coat, the roof will protected, it just looks bad. There is no way to correct this unless you get to the bottom of the problem, which is most likely the bodywork. The sand scratches as somebody else pointed out are caused by coarse sandpaper that the filler couldn't fill, they appear again after the paint cures. It is possible sometimes to color sand an polish to reduce some of it, but that is the least of your problems. The problem is more evident on your top panels, but more than likely exists all over your car. It really needs to let it sit and like CD says, look at the in process pictures to see where you have to concentrate.
  2. I am thinking a 4x4 Jeep Wrangler about 10 years old, 5 speed - if my wife lets me...
  3. I wish it was my photo too, that was Jan's photo, the new owner of Bacchus!
  4. I think the grilles look different because of the sun reflection. It is in good hands! Note: not my picture, was sent to me by new owner.
  5. $300 each includes shipping within the US. Pump 1 came from my beloved 72 tii (Bacchus), which I pulled when it was replaced with the pump that came with the A4 system, worked like a champ. Note the numbers, they are from a 73 or 74 tii, but they worked for my 72. Pump 2 came from a 72 tii, a rust bucket that I bought for parts, I drove the car for 30 miles without a problem, ie until the rear subframe almost came off. Note: Both pumps have been sitting for a number of years Email me at the address on the first picture.
  6. There are two, pretty well used, they might be of some use to someone, the price includes shipping withing US. Email at the address in the first picture Also please check my other items Injection pumps http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,377495/ Grilles http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/p,968983/#968983
  7. Real good condition: $175 inc. shipping within US Email me at the address on the picture Also see my other items Tii Injection pumps: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,377495/highlight,/ Grilles 68-73: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,377530/highlight,/
  8. $150 for all 7 Inc shipping in the US, may consider splitting at $50/pair. You can contact me at the email address on the photo. Also check the (2) injection pumps on my other posting: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,377495/highlight,/ Michael
  9. $325 each includes shipping within the US. Or $600 for the pair. Pump 1 came from my beloved 72 tii (Bacchus), which I pulled when it was replaced with the pump that came with the A4 system, worked like a champ. Note the numbers, they are from a 73 or 74 tii, but they worked for my 72. Pump 2 came from a 72 tii, a rust bucket that I bought for parts, I drove the car for 30 miles without a problem, ie until the rear subframe almost came off. Note: Both pumps have been sitting for a number of years Email me at the address on the first picture.
  10. Includes shipping within US. You can email me at address on picture. Michael
  11. Driving a 02, around your neck of the woods has to be fun, even worth a second trip, just to ride, that is not asking too much, is it :-)


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