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  1. Winter is coming. (Day ~69er-76) Braking my heart It seems that I have 2 leaking fittings on the front calipers, I think the bleeders aren’t seating properly. I managed to stop the leaks but it’s not a permanent fix. I believe I have Tii brakes which were spaced for vented rotors. I might need to get some professional help with those but I will leave that to next year because winter is coming. I’ll try buying some new quality bleeder fittings first. Timing‘n’Tuning I’ve been messing around with my timing light and playing with the adjustment to the Webers. I’ve been getting a lot of helpful advice from the good ole boys on BMW2002FAQ. It’s difficult for me, the timing numbers I’ve found don’t seem to work well with the motor. I’ve changed the distributor cap and rotor, plus ordered some new spark plug wires. My DCOEs are not a matched set (came with car), so things are extra difficult and I’m weighing-out some options. Every time I take a step forward something pushes me at minimum 1 step back, it’s very frustrating. Interior Pretty Stuff The Center Console from Hell. The vinyl on the sides of the center console was thin and also wrinkly, I decided I was going to recover it with some fresh vinyl. I had just enough vinyl left over to recover both sides of the center console. Setback 1 Unfortunately I ended up having to recover the both sides a second time because as it turned out I didn’t pull the fabric far enough on the backside where the center console face sits (containing radio, gauges, etc), thus staples and slits in the vinyl would be visible in the front. I discovered this during the test fit, so I went to purchase some more vinyl, un-stapled it all and redid it. Vinyl (Before): New Vinyl (After): I used some thin MDF, and reinforced it with a 2nd layer in a few areas. The reason I went with thin MDF was because I needed a bend and MDF is pretty easy to work with. For those who want to attempt something similar, here’s a collage of photos, I also wrote out some of the steps I did below the image. - Photo 1: I traced out the shape of the center console on the MDF, including the cut-outs for the 3 VDO gauges and the Stereo. - Photo 2: I cut those out with the jigsaw. - I then plotted the toggle switches and hazard switch. o For the toggle switches, I found them to be too pronounced, they would stick out more than I liked (from console face). So, instead of cutting a small hole to secure the switch (with the threaded plastic nut), I cut the silhouette of the full switch. The plan was to glue a 2nd piece of MDF behind the face where the switched would be secured with the plastic nut. This would recess the switches a little. - Photo 3: I cut 3 pieces of MDF to the shape of the bend I needed. o I used a small amount of hot water on a rag to lightly moisten the console MDF where the bend was needed. o I bent the console MDF a little by hand, then clamped the it to 3 pieces I cut with some glue to secure the shape. - Photo 4: I added to pieces to extend the sides of the console, made a tray for the stereo to rest and added the toggle switch backing piece. - Photo 5: I applied and sanded a light coat of body filler to fix any imperfections and provide a smooth surface. - Photo 6: I applied 3 light coats of satin black spray paint. - Photo 7: I applied 3 coats of matte clear coat Setback 2 - Photo 8: The console was finished and ready for another test fit but I managed to knock it off my workbench. Most of the damage was at the top left. o I did not want to start from scratch, so I repaired the gauge using some MDF glue and then more body filler. Setback 3 - Photo 9: I applied 2 coats of satin black, there wasn’t much paint left in the can. Unfortunately the nozzle sprayed out some globs of paint and I also ended up with a nice drip mark. o I sanded the drip mark and other imperfections with a fine grit paper. Setback 4 - Photo 10: I applied 3 light coats of matte clear coat and for some reason there was a chemical reaction which made cracks throughout. - Photo 11: Sanded the paint cracks away, applied 3 more light coats of clear coat and wet sanded the few imperfections. - Photo 12: Test fitted the everything in the completed center console. Not in collage: Setback 5 o The wires for the switches were too short to be able to wire up it up before positioning it, needed a couple of inches of play, went out to buy a wiring harness for the switch and decided to do the same for the gauges. o Used double sided tape under the stereo and installed an L-bracket behind the stereo to hold it in place. o Pre-drilled 6 holes (3 per side) to hold the center face in place through the vinyl sides. o Installed a aluminium bracket across the top of the console which with a hole to secure the center console to the dash (using an existing u-clip). Setback 6 o Installed an L-bracket in front of shiter to secure console to the tunnel with a self tapping screw. The self tapping screw pulled a tread from the new carpet and there is now a thin line missing loops in the carpet (right in front of shifter). - I think I will make some kind of vinyl cover for this area and try to make it look like it should be there. Final product Parcel Shelf I made a new parcel shelf cover out of some ¼ MDF with black vinyl. I used the old piece as a template, then cut out place for the speakers. I cut the full outline of the speakers, so that the speaker cover would be recessed and not sitting on top of the parcel shelf, thus less pronounced. Refreshing the Door Card backings The old door cards weren’t in the best condition, especially the driver side so I decided to make some new door cards out of ¼ plywood. Original Driver side old door card. I removed the door card cover carefully and used it as a template, I stenciled all the holes/shapes on the new plywood. I noticed some of the holes aren’t used/necessary, so I didn’t plan on cutting those out. Using a jig saw and hole saw, I cut out the shape and pieces. The plywood is slightly thicker than the stock cardboard so the door card clips do not fit well. I found a trick, by inserting a screwdriver in the hole at an angle, I apply pressure to the back and front (of the plywood) simultaneously and twist the screwdriver 360’. This removes the top veneer of the birch plywood. It’s not pretty but it’s effective. I test fitted the door card to the door, everything lined up well. I reattached the top portion of the door card skin by bending the metal tabs back out. I used a flat head screw driver with a hammer. I sprayed some 3m Super 77 spray on the plywood and door card skin for good measure, then I stapled the skin to the back of the door card. Door Card Install I had previously adjusted both the driver and passenger windows it was annoying and time consuming. Now before installing the door cards, I needed to make sure I had the windows adjustment as best as possible, I spent about another 30 mins on the passenger window over the long weekend (Canadian thanksgiving). Once I finished, I sprayed some lithium grease all over to lubricate the mechanism and protect against rust on the inner door. Now I could install the vapour barrier and door card. We had some left over polyethylene vapour barrier from construction so that was what I planned on using. Steps. - Cut vapour barrier to size/shape, test fit it. Temporarily fix it in place at the top, then flip the bottom up to apply an adhesive. Flip it back down apply a little pressure so the adhesive contacts to vapour barrier (note: I also used a few small pieces of tuck tape). - To install the door card in place, I attached a long piece of masking tape to the door-lock pin and fished it through the hole, if you don’t do this, it will be difficult to get the door-lock pin through the opening. Push card down to clip it to the top of the door, I also used a hammer with a piece of 2x4 with some light taps to push the front portion down. - Put the 2 springs over the window winder and vent window knob. Pop the door clips in, some require more pressure than others. - Install the window winder and vent window knob with plastic washer. Install door arm rest and door handle. Final product: Grills Before re-installed the front grills, I covered the 2 hood bracket support ‘bar’s with some black (sticker) vinyl. These are generally visible when the grill is installed, so you’d see a 2 bright red bars behind the grill. I also used Megiuars Ultimate Black on the grills. Here’s a before (top) and after (bottom), not much to see here. 1st Drive around the block. Frustrated with how long everything is taking in terms of the tuning, I messed around with the timing and carburetors some more on Saturday and felt like I got the motor to a point where I felt a (mini) drive was in order, equipped with a couple of screw drivers, wrenches and a fire extinguisher, I took the car around the block a couple of times. Everything went well, and the car felt smoother than before the I started this project, I was expecting a rougher ride due to the urethane bushings and all. Short anticlimactic video from Sunday.
  2. Jim_75Sahara

    RGB Spring Drive

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    The annual RGB Spring Drive and GTG will convene at FUEL Coffee at 2726 Riverside Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202. We will be off at 11:00 for a drive led by Jason Gipson through the hills of N. KY. We'll see places like Cynthiana, Mt. Olivet, Brooksville and Sardis, as well as lots of cattle, horses, barns, old churches, tractors, folks waving to us from their front porches and various hound dogs that want in on the excitement... After the drive, we will have a late lunch at The Hofbrau Haus in Newport, KY. Freude Am Fahren!!
  3. layers

    Not the 49 Mile Drive-2017

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    Not the 49 Mile Drive rally for 2017. Starts at Ocean Beach across from Beach Chalet. Meet at 9-9:30 AM and cars off by 10:00 AM. Meet again at restaurant (follow rally instructions...) for lunch. Encourage a navigator, but not required. Families welcome! See BayArea 02 regional forum for more details. Larry
  4. Had a great drive today with some of the Victorian 2002 guys through the Yarra Ranges area in Victoria, Australia. It was quite reminiscent of a drive some 12 years ago with overcast rainy weather through some of the same roads, but a great turnout of around 18 cars. Lots of new and familiar faces, and the 02 scene is still strong in this part of the world! Pics below from Taylor Zhou
  5. Event Title: RGB Spring Drive Event Author: Jim_75Sahara Event Date: 04/21/2018 11:00 AM to 04/21/2018 05:00 PM The annual RGB Spring Drive and GTG will convene at FUEL Coffee at 2726 Riverside Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202. We will be off at 11:00 for a drive led by Jason Gipson through the hills of N. KY. We'll see places like Cynthiana, Mt. Olivet, Brooksville and Sardis, as well as lots of cattle, horses, barns, old churches, tractors, folks waving to us from their front porches and various hound dogs that want in on the excitement... After the drive, we will have a late lunch at The Hofbrau Haus in Newport, KY. Freude Am Fahren!! RGB Spring Drive
  6. This Saturday is the FactoryTwoFour drive on Angeles Crest! Our 1970 '02 will be there, so if you are in the Los Angeles region join us for a spirited drive up the mountain roads and brunch at the Grizzly Cafe! Details here: http://www.factorytwofour.com/angeles-crest-drive/ Can't wait for the Ireland Run next week with So Cal Vintage BMW!
  7. Over the July 29 - 31st weekend, we were entertained/hosted/led by Jake & Liz Metz of Louisville, KY. This was their first time hosting an RGB event, so they were most eager to provide us with a fine weekend of BMWs, friends, food, adult beverages, car talk and challenging, yet scenic driving. Mary and I were the first to join them early Friday evening. We immediately dashed off in their Nissan Leaf (an electric car - interesting!) for dinner at the Bluegrass Brewing Co. With only four of us there, the conversation was boisterous, personal and definitely great fun. The beer and the food were quite good too. We later went back to their house to await the arrival of Wil and Jonathan Tinker. We busied ourselves with their two dogs and two cats. (Arlo, a gigantic brindle mastiff, Gage, a huge chocolate brown Labrador Retriever, Rupert, a friendly pale male kitty and Pandora, a shy black female cat.) A few beers later and then the Tinkers arrived. More conversation, beer and rough-housing with the dogs followed. In the morning, we were treated to a breakfast casserole, donuts, coffee and orange juice. There was some light wrenching on the Tinkers' cars (an Agave roundie and a bronzeit beige metallic E21) and Jake's automatic roundie (Frogger) that stubbornly refused to start up right away. Later on, we had lunch with more of the RGB crew at a local diner. We were met there by Jason Gipson (and his son, Henry), John Blake (& his son, Joe), Ben and Lyndsay Younce (and their son, Rowan & their daughter, Marin), and Farshid Alai (& his two sons: Hajir & Beijan - sp? - sorry!). After lunch, we embarked on a 93.7 mile route through the Bluegrass countryside. It started out very hot and humid, but over time it cooled off some, then it rained and cooled things off even more. By the end of our drive, it was hot and sunny once again. Everyone's BMW performed well and we had no mishaps. Thankfully, we did not collide with a giant snapping turtle sunning itself in the roadway. There were plenty of tight turns and changes in elevation to keep us happy. We even managed to pass through the parking lot of the local Homearama which was sort of special, too. We returned to the Metz home for drinks, snacks and conversation. Eventually, we drove out to the German-American Club for Wiener Schnitzel, Jaeger Schnitzel, brats, red cabbage, sauerkraut, green beans, sauerkraut balls, giant pretzels --- and BEER. Good food and a festive atmosphere - no problems with that. Some of us danced to the live music under the shelter. The weather was great by this time, so that dining outdoors was enjoyable. Some of our RGB members bought beer steins as mementos. Much later, we made our way back to the Metz household for more conversation, quality time with their dogs and more? adult beverages. Some lingered until 3 AM, but not me... Zzzzzz. Anyhow, it was a super weekend that was well planned - it proceeded without any complications. The focus was on friends, fun, relaxation and BMWs - - as it should be.
  8. It's coming up very soon, our annual get-together at Sabbathsong Farm in the picturesque countryside of northern Kentucky. Each Fall, we convene for tire-kicking, socializing, great food/drink, beautiful scenery, bonfires, English Mastiffs, and an unforgettable driving experience led by our renowned 02 expert, Jason Gipson. We welcome other 2002 owners (and owners of other BMWs...) to come join us over the September 23rd-25th weekend. Details can be found on our RGB Facebook page. We stay two nights at the Sabbathsong Farm B&B with wonderful food provided by Carolyn Boatman. Typically, we end up at Blue Licks State Park for lunch midway through our Saturday drive for a smorgasbord of country cuisine. The roads in this area were mostly laid out before the automobile was commonplace. That means there are tight curves, sudden dips, hill hops, off-camber sweeping turns, etc. We have to watch out for dogs, turtles and snakes in the road, plus the occasional tractor or combine. (part of the fun) We are very lucky to have this splendid event ------ so we'd like to share it with y'all.
  9. Need two rear drive flanges (also known as stub axle flanges). Used from a parts car is fine. Don't know if model years matter for these parts, but my car is a '73. Shipping would be to Atlanta, GA. Thanks, Garrett
  10. Hello I am picking up a car in the Seattle area and would like to combine touring with some vintage driving event in Washington or Oregon. Is there anything coming up between now and September? Thanks!
  11. On Saturday, April 22nd, Jason Gipson is hosting a Spring Drive/GTG. It will run from 11 AM - 5 PM. Address: 2726 Riverside Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. We will meet before this at FUEL Coffee for a splendid morning of Cars & Coffee. We will have a short drive through the Ohio hills and end up at the work space where Jason has been assembling his Verona '75 2002. There will be a grill, burgers, beer, soft drinks, etc. Please bring a side dish or something else to share, including your choice of beverage. There is an announcement on the RGB Facebook page, so please use that to let Jason know if you will be attending or not... Thanks!
  12. Event Title: Not the 49 Mile Drive-2017 Event Author: layers Event Date: 12/09/2017 09:00 AM to 12/09/2017 01:00 PM Not the 49 Mile Drive rally for 2017. Starts at Ocean Beach across from Beach Chalet. Meet at 9-9:30 AM and cars off by 10:00 AM. Meet again at restaurant (follow rally instructions...) for lunch. Encourage a navigator, but not required. Families welcome! See BayArea 02 regional forum for more details. Larry Not the 49 Mile Drive-2017
  13. Hello, I'm an 18 year-old looking for a BMW 2002 in the Northwest/WestCoast area! I'm turning 18 years-old on the 27th of this month (March), and am looking to purchase myself an '02 sometime in the next couple weeks...as my first car! Is that a smart idea? I am so in love with these cars, and honestly would give it the most attention needed...pretty much baby, I'm not some douche off the street who won't respect and/or give the car TLC...I've been stocking these cars for the last couple years, and just like many of you- have fallen deeply in love! Although, I at the very same time...I understand that this is a classic and will not be the most reliable car especially for a guy that's not the most mechanically experienced..although I have a close friend who owns a '02, who'd be able to help me out. I'm looking to pick something up that is as mechanically sound as possible (start 'n drive), rather than being picky about the exterior..because I'm looking to pick one up for around 3-5k! I honestly despise the idea of picking up some cheesy old Toyota Corolla for the same price...ughh... Please help, and leave me your honest opinions! Could this be a first car? Much thanks! P.S. Sorry, if I didn't explain it all that well..just kind of rambled there..but I think I got my point across! Also, if you know of any cars for my situation- PLEASE LET ME KNOW!
  14. so it seems that my slave cyliner is missing the rod and plunger that connects to from the slave to the fork, is there anyway to obtan just those parts? or do i need a new clutch slave cylinder?
  15. Anyone who wishes to join us at FUEL Coffee at 10:00 AM... well, you need to get your 2002, E3, E21, E28, E30, E36, whatever -- roadworthy. Join us for tire-kicking and coffee at FUEL, followed by a stimulating drive through the countryside of northern KY led by Ricky Bobbie himself, our incredibly charismatic leader, Jason Gipson. After the drive, we will convene at the Hofbrau Haus in Newport, KY for a Bavarian feast, complete with hops, barley and malt. If you live outside our immediate area and wish to join us, that's great, please do so. Andrew Wilson (and Vern) will be in from the state of Maine to join the action. We'd enjoy hosting other folks as well. Freud Am Fahren!
  16. My 69 1600 will start sometimes but the random wont go on. Then other times will run fine, other times I will have to jump start it even though the battery is full. It will go days starting fine then randomly not want to. Again the radio will not come on and wont start like dead battery but has full charge. This all started after hooking up my power seats. The first time i hooked them up wrong and I think thats what did it. Right now the power seats are unplugged even though they are now working properly.
  17. Hello, I'm currently saving up for my '02 and am not far off from getting it a couple months from now. I reside in the Portland, Oregon area..and as you know, we have plenty of mountain ranges around here (including Mt. Hood) to do lots of snowboarding/skiing, and I've seen plenty of 2002's driving around with ski racks, and was wondering if they come to actual use--do the 02's handle decent on the snow? I understand it's not the most advanced car in the world, but how does it handle in the colder climates? That aside, how about the regular 'ole Oregon rain? Appreciate all your help & support! Sorry for the possibly, noob question (although, I'm sure there's plenty newcomers wondering the same). Thanks, once again!
  18. Brand new, OEM BMW drive axle output half shaft fits the following: *3.0cs *Bavaria *3.0csi *2800 *3.0s *2500 *2800cs part # 33211102423 2 retail for $1244.97 $900 + shipping (see last pic)
  19. Event Title: BayArea 02 Drive 12 September 2020 Event Location: Marina Rd. loop, Ft. Baker, Sausalito, California, 94965 Event Author: layers Event Date: 09/12/2020 07:30 AM We have a drive! BayArea 02 has partnered with 002Rescue to conduct a drive on 12 September! Actually, we have 2 drives available, a NorthBay drive led by Eric Friis and a shorter Eastbay drive led by yours truly. Important notes: If you plan to participate in the NorthBay drive, please register on the 002Rescue Facebook page [Facebook reg page for NorthBay drive]. The shorter, simpler EastBay drive does not require preregistration. Both drive routes will meet at Ft.Baker between 7:30 and 8:00 AM; meet at [Ft. Baker- Marina Rd. loop, Cavallo Point], South of the DiscoveryMuseum on the Marina Rd. loop near the water. All of us must maintain proper social distance and wear a mask at the drivers meeting and during any social interludes along the way. No way do we want any of us getting ill from a drive! You may bring your lunch (a good idea for the NorthBay drive) or for the EastBay drive you can alternately purchase take-out at the end in Martinez. If you choose to eat with others, remember Social Distance Guidelines. In theory the weather will be partly cloudy with moderate temperatures in the 80’s—good for a drive! Larry BayArea 02 Drive 12 September 2020
  20. We have a drive! BayArea 02 has partnered with 002Rescue to conduct a drive on 12 September! Actually, we have 2 drives available, a NorthBay drive led by Eric Friis and a shorter Eastbay drive led by yours truly. Important notes: If you plan to participate in the NorthBay drive, please register on the 002Rescue Facebook page [Facebook reg page for NorthBay drive]. The shorter, simpler EastBay drive does not require preregistration. Both drive routes will meet at Ft.Baker between 7:30 and 8:00 AM; meet at [Ft. Baker- Marina Rd. loop, Cavallo Point], South of the Discovery Museum on the Marina Rd. loop near the water. All of us must maintain proper social distance and wear a mask at the drivers meeting and during any social interludes along the way. No way do we want any of us getting ill from a drive! You may bring your lunch (a good idea for the NorthBay drive) or for the EastBay drive you can alternately purchase take-out at the end in Martinez. If you choose to eat with others, remember Social Distance Guidelines. In theory the weather will be partly cloudy with moderate temperatures in the 80’s—good for a drive! Larry
  21. BayArea 02 has partnered with 002Rescue to conduct a drive on 12 September! Actually, we have 2 drives available, a NorthBay drive led by Eric Friis and a shorter Eastbay drive led by yours truly. Important notes: · If you plan to participate in the NorthBay drive, please register on the 002Rescue Facebook page [Facebook reg page for NorthBay drive]. The shorter, simpler EastBay drive does not require preregistration. · Both drive routes will meet at Ft.Baker between 7:30 and 8:00 AM; meet at [Ft. Baker- Marina Rd. loop, Cavallo Point], South of the Discovery Museum on the Marina Rd. loop near the water. · All of us must maintain proper social distance and wear a mask at the drivers meeting and during any social interludes along the way. No way do we want any of us getting ill from a drive! · You may bring your lunch (a good idea for the NorthBay drive) or for the EastBay drive you can alternately purchase take-out at the end in Martinez. If you choose to eat with others, remember Social Distance Guidelines. In theory the weather will be partly cloudy with moderate temperatures in the 80’s—good for a drive! Larry Larry


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