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  1. I had the pleasure of designing the route again for the annual Bay Area 02 group's "Not the 49 Mile Scenic Drive." The name comes from a contrarian's opinion of San Francisco's 49 Mile Scenic Drive, a route which zig-zags across the city connecting all the famous touristy crap. As a native San Franciscan, I am in love with the ridiculousness that is the hilly streets and spiraling roads of the city. This year I was able to find what might be the only dirt road in San Francisco. Edgehill road is on top of one of the many hills of San Francisco. A small one-lane street circles the peak, one side of which is a dirt road, although some people thought it may have just been a paved road that hadn't been maintained in 50 years. Also important to me is finding the many roads which give amazing view of the city that not many know about or typically get to experience. I drove ahead and tried to make some nice pictures of people in their '02s with the nice backdrop. This year I incorporated the Presidio which such an amazing place. So many hidden gems this this neighborhood of Infantry Terrace. The houses are all rentals because it is federal land, but the buildings are terrifically preserved and act as such a time warp when you drive through. But of course it can't be a 2002 drive without a few hiccups. One 2002 wouldn't start and another lost its break caliber bolts on one wheel. Thankfully both were able to head home after the drive. We ended the drive on Treasure Island again this year. TI works perfectly as it is technically part of the city of SF (rally rules are we cannot leave the city) and island provides space for parking 20-30 cars at a local pizza place.
  2. Hey folks. I've been a member of the site for a while now and have been dabbling in rallycross lately. I figured that since you all share the love of our fantastic little cars, that people might like to see some of the photos of my car, and perhaps would enjoy my story. Anyhow, check it out! My car: So my car is stock other than Bilsten HD shock and a Weber 32/36 with sync link. I painted it myself and stuck some period stickers and mud flaps on it to add to the rally ambiance. It has ben my daily driver for a few years now, but my recently acquired 87 325is is taking over that role. Here she is - My first event: This event was held at the English Gravel Pit in Vancouver, WA. It was a sloppy mud bog of a track with massive ruts. I was pretty slow by kept improving my time and didn't get stuck once! I drove the 3hrs down and ran this event on totally bald street tires. It was an amazingly fun time. Pics! My second event: This was just a few days ago (6-16-13) and was totally dry. This event was a lot easier on the car, and I upgraded to a set of Firestone Winterforce tires for this. I'm sure they helped quite a bit, as I was able to really able to get the "power" down and work the throttle to great effect. Massive learning occurred. Again, this event was very fun, and I actually did VERY well in terms of times. I was the fastest RWD car (to include prepared and modified cars much faster on paper than my car), outpaced some of the FWD cars, and even fell into the middle of the AWD times. I even won a metal for winning my class (1 of 1 in stock RWD!!). Because of this, I was so hyped up at the end of the event! I'm hooked now.. More pics!!
  3. 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!
  4. Hi Everyone-- Thank you for participating in Not the 49-Mile Drive this year. I had fun and from your comments, you did too! Please add your photos to the Not the 49-Mile Drive 2018 album in the image gallery to help us remember the fun. Here are the route instructions, as you received at Ocean Beach and also the photo key so you can verify the proper order of when you saw these images. While some locations are straightforward a few are discrete. Photo-2 is at the corner of 30th and Cabrillo as you turn onto Cabrillo. Photo-3 is at the Legion of Honor. Photo-7 is at Geary and Polk. Photo-8 is on 16th St. just before Van Ness. Photo-9 is on the Dandelion Chocolate building on 16th at Harrison. Photo-10 is at the corner of Chanel and El Dorado. All of us should give Rallymeister Pete Petras a thank you! for a great rally! NT49MD-18 FINAL route & photos 181201.doc NT49MD-18 FINAL photo KEY 181201.pdf
  5. Now re-opened-- MotorsportReg "registration" page that allows you to buy a T-shirt from this year's rally. See original page at [Order T-shirt for NT49MD-18 at MotorsportReg] and note final instructions at bottom. We will close this final shirt purchase at end-of-day Saturday, 15 December 2018. Thank you everyone, especially Rallymeister Pete Petras for a fun event!
  6. Hello fellow BMW and car enthusiasts: I thought I'd share with you an exciting event I will be part of putting on this October. It is the Great American Mountain Rally Revival. I have been Rallying on and off since the late 70's and a few years ago meet up with a co worker in my industry (Civil Engineering - I am a professional Land Surveyor) who is heavily involved in rallying. Steve is an extremely talented and sought after Navigator who has Rallied all over the world including the Monte Carlo, Baden Classic, LeJong just to name a few. Steve had posted a blog about this rally which peeked my curiosity as a New Englander and as a Surveyor. I spend 6 months re-tracing the original route from only written instructions. Utilizing Garmin Basecamp software, Google Earth and the internet I was able to recreate the route. Steve and I have spent many weekends running and checking the directions and noting the changes in roads throughout the rally. We will be running the final recce of the entire route this weekend. Registration is open; a link to more about the rally and how to register follows. Please feel free to contact me at GAMRR2018@Gmail.com if you would like more information. Hoping to see some of you there. Here is a summary of the event and some links to more information: "Automotive rally teams from the northeastern U.S. and beyond will gather October 12–14, 2018, to challenge their cars and themselves in a 700-mile Revival of the Great American Mountain Rallye (GAMR), a European-style endurance event that was held annually from 1953-1957 in upstate N.Y. and New England..." For more information on the Historic Rally and where to register please follow the links below: https://stevemckelvie.wordpress.com/?s=GAMRR SCCA Registration page: https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/great-american-mountain-rally-revival-salem-golf-club-scca-new-england-roadrally-899014 Regards: Gary J. Hamilton, Rally Master 978-500-8039 Steve McKelvie, Rally Chairman
  7. Event Title: Not The 49-Mile Drive 2018 Event Author: layers Event Date: 12/08/2018 09:00 AM NT49MD-2018— Not the 49 Mile Drive , Saturday 8 December, 2018 Not the 49 Mile Drive, the BayArea 02 annual rally, arrives in San Francisco again on December 8 (2nd Saturday in December). As before, we'll meet at OceanBeach between 9 and 9:30 AM. Many of you may recall that we assemble across The Great Highway from Beach Chalet on the West end of Golden GatePark. Fulton St. is the cross street and turning left from Fulton St. onto Great Highway, the entrance to the OceanBeach parking lot is immediately from the extreme right lane. Following our driver's meeting (navigators and family welcome), all cars will be off by 10:00 AM. After discovering some major, minor and potentially weird roads around San Francisco (we never leave The City) we will meet again for lunch at a restaurant and review the photos in the handout that each navigator will have numbered during the rally in the order of observation. Rallymeister Pete Petras is working hard to create our rally route. He works in The City so he has many fun and delightful highways, byways and alleys readily at hand to help us find the hidden gems, gorgeous views and awkward avenues that make San Francisco such an intriguing adventure for all of us living nearby. Join us for the fun rally, see your friends, learn and enjoy some of San Francisco’s road history and quirks, and, of course, share your BMW tales. We recommend driving with a navigator (Wells Fargo would call the navigator someone riding "shotgun"), so the driver can drive and the crew can give turn instructions and watch for the rally photos to number in viewing order. Solo drivers are also welcome, although there could be a navigator or two available before drivers get underway. Kids are always welcome to ride along, provide keen eyes and share lunch! To see photos from previous “NT49MD” rallies, look at [http://www.bmw2002faq.com/topic/174801-2015-bay-area-2002-not-the-49-mile-scenic-drive/#entry1079809 ] and [https://www.bmw2002faq.com/forums/topic/184275-not-the-49-mile-drive-2016/]. Watch FAQ’s BayArea 02 Forum for the latest details [http://www.bmw2002faq.com/forums/forum/30-bayarea02/ ] but be sure to highlight 8 December on your calendar for the NT49MD-2018 rally! Larry Ayers Hey, do you want a T-shirt with Rallymeister Pete Petras' neat graphic on the front? Go to MotorsportReg [https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/not-49-mile-drive-ocean-beach-parking-lot-bay-area-02-group-410627] and order! Note, there is no need to pre-register (just like previous NT49MD rallys) but going to MotorsportReg is the only way to order and pay for a shirt. The shirt you can order between Saturday, 10 November and Sunday, 25 November is a white, long-sleeve T-shirt with a crew neck (like our Swap & Show shirts but long sleeves) and the graphic filling the front. (Note that you just see the top of Pete's graphic here; I'll make a separate post with the full image at [Full T-shirt graphic]). Choose from adult sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large or XX-Large. The cost is $20 each. After the ordering closes on 25 November, we will have the shirt you ordered printed and we'll bring it to the NT49MD rally. Last day to order a T-shirt now extended to 29 Nov. (Thursday). Not The 49-Mile Drive 2018
  8. I've been wanting to produce these for some time now, and although many of you (including myself) want to see bigger projects like the aluminum fender flares done and up for sale... these were a "must do" and I'm glad to be producing the first run. Made from impact resistant polycarbonate/PETG these durable covers protect your expensive headlamps from damage while enhancing the 'rally prep'd/track" styling of your 2002! 7" version fits many common vehicles (bmw 2002, E9, etc.) and is designed to work with OE sealed beam bulbs and upgraded H4 conversion bulbs as well. The black and yellow tinted versions are not intended for street use and are sold for "off-road/track & show only" (as you might guess, they do defuse and/or dim the output of the bulb) http://www.kooglewerks.com/new-products-1/7-rally-style-headlamp-protection-cover-clearyellowblack
  9. Got Tesoro back from detail all shiny and ready for the first road trip to Monterey for Legends of the Autobahn and Festorics weekend 2016! Needless to say, Tesoro was in good company getting detailed! To preserve the paint, I taped around him like they do at rally's. It may have been a bit overkill to do something like that, but how many of you would do the same especially after a full ground up restoration... on a black car??? ;-) See you in Monterey! Thank you to Bill Arnold for the adjustments, oil change, and your wonderful service! ?
  10. NT49MD-20 Pete route & photos checked 201206.pdf Welcome to NT49MD-20 announcements and drivers protocol 201207.doc Not the 49 Mile Drive, BayArea 02's annual rally, comes to San Francisco again on December 12 (2nd Saturday in December). At about 9:30 A.M. we will meet at a new location: in The Presidio across the street from the Officer’s Club (50 Moraga Ave ., the Moraga Parking Lot). From here you can start route instructions and driving protocol you downloaded and can purchase a NT40MD-20 T-shirt or a BayArea 02 mask. Rather than a driver's meeting please download the driving protocol sheet; all cars will be off by 10:00 AM. After encountering some major, minor and probably weird roads and alleys around San Francisco (we never leave The City) we will meet again in a parking lot to review the photos in the handout that each navigator will have numbered during the rally in the order of observation. Note: in deference to the pandemic, this year does NOT include lunch! Pandemic rules: if anyone is at all sick, please do NOT come! Wear your mask at all times when outside; social distance at least 6Ft.; clean your hands often. Please be careful— we do NOT want any spread of the corona virus from or to anyone! Rallymeister Pete Petras has our rally route ready for your download. He works in The City so he can easily encounter the fun and delightful highways, byways and avenues that help us discover hidden gems, gorgeous views and surprising streets that make San Francisco such a unique adventure for all of us living in the Bay Area. Join us for the fun rally, wave at your friends from a social distance and learn and enjoy some of San Francisco’s road history and quirks. We recommend driving with a navigator from your family, so the driver can drive and the crew can give turn instructions and watch for the rally photo locations to number in viewing order. Solo drivers are also welcome. Kids are always welcome to ride along and provide keen eyes! Be sure to highlight 12 December on your calendar for the NT49MD-2020 rally! Note: You can see a few photos from NT49MD-2019 at [https://www.bmw2002faq.com/forums/topic/253416-nt49md-2019%E2%80%94-not-the-49-mile-drive-saturday-14-december-20/]. Photos from 2015 are at [http://www.bmw2002faq.com/topic/174801-2015-bay-area-2002-not-the-49-mile-scenic-drive/#entry1079809 ]. Larry Ayers IMPORTANT ADDITIONS!! I added the files for Route Instructions and Driver's Protocol-- PLEASE download these files and print them for your reference on 12 December or save them on your portable computer to read during the rally. The Driver's Protocol is both Welcome to NT49MD-20 and instructions we would normally have in a Driver's Meeting which is cancelled due to gathering prohibition. There are a few porta-pottys available near the Moraga Ave parking lot where we start (actually, pottys are at Sheridan & Arguello), but the normal restrooms are closed at the Presidio Visitor's Center due to construction. Other restrooms are available at Chrissy Field or eventually in Golden Gate Park (see route instructions). I do have some T-shirts and face masks available for purchase: $10 per shirt and & $5 per mask, cash or check. Since we are not "gathering", sales will be one purchaser at a time. Please realize that with just 50 shirts ordered, sizes are first-come, first-served. Remember, this is a car rally, not a prohibited "gathering", so please be sure to have fun but maintain safety from the Pandemic! NT49MD-20 Pete route & photo KEY checked 201206.pdf
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    Save the Date!! Rallymeister Pete Petras is in the process of developing our "Not the 49-Mile Drive" rally this year, again completely within the City and County of San Francisco. Watch here and in the Regional Group BayArea 02 as details unfold.
  12. NT49MD-2018— Not the 49 Mile Drive , Saturday 8 December, 2018 Not the 49 Mile Drive, the BayArea 02 annual rally, arrives in San Francisco again on December 8 (2nd Saturday in December). As before, we'll meet at OceanBeach between 9 and 9:30 AM. Many of you may recall that we assemble across The Great Highway from Beach Chalet on the West end of Golden GatePark. Fulton St. is the cross street and turning left from Fulton St. onto Great Highway, the entrance to the OceanBeach parking lot is immediately from the extreme right lane. Following our driver's meeting (navigators and family welcome), all cars will be off by 10:00 AM. After discovering some major, minor and potentially weird roads around San Francisco (we never leave The City) we will meet again for lunch at a restaurant and review the photos in the handout that each navigator will have numbered during the rally in the order of observation. Rallymeister Pete Petras is working hard to create our rally route. He works in The City so he has many fun and delightful highways, byways and alleys readily at hand to help us find the hidden gems, gorgeous views and awkward avenues that make San Francisco such an intriguing adventure for all of us living nearby. Join us for the fun rally, see your friends, learn and enjoy some of San Francisco’s road history and quirks, and, of course, share your BMW tales. We recommend driving with a navigator (Wells Fargo would call the navigator someone riding "shotgun"), so the driver can drive and the crew can give turn instructions and watch for the rally photos to number in viewing order. Solo drivers are also welcome, although there could be a navigator or two available before drivers get underway. Kids are always welcome to ride along, provide keen eyes and share lunch! To see photos from previous “NT49MD” rallies, look at [http://www.bmw2002faq.com/topic/174801-2015-bay-area-2002-not-the-49-mile-scenic-drive/#entry1079809 ] and [https://www.bmw2002faq.com/forums/topic/184275-not-the-49-mile-drive-2016/]. Watch FAQ’s BayArea 02 Forum for the latest details [http://www.bmw2002faq.com/forums/forum/30-bayarea02/ ] but be sure to highlight 8 December on your calendar for the NT49MD-2018 rally! Larry Ayers Hey, do you want a T-shirt with Rallymeister Pete Petras' neat graphic on the front? Go to MotorsportReg [https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/not-49-mile-drive-ocean-beach-parking-lot-bay-area-02-group-410627] and order! Note, there is no need to pre-register (just like previous NT49MD rallys) but going to MotorsportReg is the only way to order and pay for a shirt. The shirt you can order between Saturday, 10 November and Sunday, 25 November is a white, long-sleeve T-shirt with a crew neck (like our Swap & Show shirts but long sleeves) and the graphic filling the front. (Note that you just see the top of Pete's graphic here; I'll make a separate post with the full image at [Full T-shirt graphic]). Choose from adult sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large or XX-Large. The cost is $20 each. After the ordering closes on 25 November, we will have the shirt you ordered printed and we'll bring it to the NT49MD rally. Last day to order a T-shirt now extended to 29 Nov. (Thursday).
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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
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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
  15. Event Title: Not the 49 Mile Drive-2017 Event Author: layers Event Date: 12/09/2017 09:00 AM to 12/09/2017 02:00 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
  16. 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
  17. New ---- in the original box! In America --- ready to ship to you! Awesome find. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hella-181-Driving-Lights-NOS-BMW-Mercedes-VW-INSTOCK-in-the-USA/253239704828?hash=item3af6433cfc:g:jZ4AAOSw09xZ-6mE&vxp=mtr The Hella 181 box has old school, all-American, machine shop, speed shop, patina. Bam! It Includes all the new and original Hella 181 parts in the kit: Lights, covers, wiring harness, bulbs, etc. We jumped into our time machine to bring this set back to the world. Makes me want to rally my car ---- right now. BMW, 2002, Tii ..... what you got? Do not let this piece of automotive history get a way from you. Add these bad boys to light the way to the winner's circle!
  18. The originals were always a bit toadish-looking, so it's not surprising to read the comments section about the new styling. Scroll to the far right in the pictures for a lowered GT version complete with wing, splitter, and diffusers... looks tough. Should be interesting, in any case. http://www.autoblog.com/2016/02/16/alpine-vision-concept-official/#slide-3800290 Ed Z
  19. been a lurker of the for sale page for a while now and i figured id share my 76 rally car. ive owned this car for close to a year now and it has been dead nuts reliable as a daily driver. i impulse bought it bone stock last february and have enjoyed probably close to 10,000 miles of almost trouble free motoring. here it is as purchased bone stock with the exception of a 32/36 weber DSC06522 by tim wilson, on Flickr DSC06524 by tim wilson, on Flickr of course soon after the bumpers had to go and because the open dif is extremely unpredictable when sliding my buddy welded the dif (best mod you can ever do to your 2002 to improve handling. night and day difference) Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr along with a used longtube header and ansa muffler Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr first major break down was a failed burnout blowing out the rear splines on the trans Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr welded dif + porsche 915 trans made it unstoppable in the snow Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr homemade light bar and hella lights were added Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr dumped the terribly worn out stock seat for a aluminum bucket seat. Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr big sway bars were added (not pictured are solid suspension bushings front and rear) Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr and then the change over to rally car began Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr which led to some hooning in the industrial park 11427852_10206812293775734_8088001546144080046_n by tim wilson, on Flickr after adding mudflaps this was the final result Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr running threw some power lines for practice is always fun Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr Untitled by tim wilson, on Flickr and then it was race time! 10633278_10155913292290004_6394755287289966554_o by tim wilson, on Flickr 11057519_10155913292255004_826291970899878773_o by tim wilson, on Flickr DSC06925 by tim wilson, on Flickr since i have not photographed every little thing i have done with this car on and off the road this is just a general summary of whats been done to it future plans for this car is bigger cam with duel 45dcoe side drafts, full log booked cage to go stage rally racing and to continue to drive the balls out of it.
  20. I believe this is the Scottish Malts Rally Worthy of a repost. -M
  21. Not the 49 Mile Drive, the BayArea 02 annual rally, appears in San Francisco again on December 10 (2nd Saturday in December). Meet at Ocean Beach between 9 and 9:30 AM across The Great Highway from Beach Chalet on the West end of Golden Gate Park (just like previous years). Fulton St.is the cross street and the entrance to the Ocean Beach parking lot. Following our driver's meeting, we plan to have all cars away by 10:00 AM. After navigating roads throughout San Francisco we will gather again for lunch at a restaurant and review the photos in the handout that each navigator numbered during the rally in the order observed. San Francisco native Beck Diefenbach is our rallymeister again this year. He delights in finding the hidden treasures and beautiful views that reward us for living in the Bay Area, and the unique and interesting paths to get there. Join us for the fun rally, see your friends, learn and enjoy some of San Francisco’s road history and share some BMW tales. We recommend driving with a navigator, so the driver can drive and the crew can give turn instructions and watch for the rally images to number them in viewing order. Solo drivers are also welcome, although there could be a navigator or two available before drivers get underway. If your 02 is under the weather, drive your other BMW on this rally. Kids are welcome to ride along and share lunch! Watch this Forum for the latest details (also see [www.bayarea02.com] and for photos of last year's drive [http://www.bmw2002faq.com/topic/174801-2015-bay-area-2002-not-the-49-mile-scenic-drive/#entry1079809]) and be sure to mark 10 December on your calendar! Larry Ayers
  22. Two (2) Marchal 8" New-In-Box, never installed or used, Driving Lamps. "Required Price" is NOT $100.00! but is site auto-fill default. H2 x 55W bulb type, higher wattage bulbs will fit and use fine; large metal (not plastic or aluminum body) will sustain any higher heat. Focusing lens is glass, unscratched and unmarred. Really like new. Original boxes for "Starlux / iODE / S. E. V. Marchal" show some wear and old clear packaging tape, adhesive and residue: B+ - A- condition on the boxes, A++ on the lamps. Price is best offer. I'm going to research this I know they won't be cheap (?) but I will sell to a serious buyer and user. Even if for show. No covers or caps. Stephen
  23. 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!
  24. I am currently working on a 1976 02' and im making a custom fog light mount for the front of the car. The lights will mount on the bumper mount (the big shocks sticking out of the front) via a slanted cross beam welded to the shocks. I however want to shorten the shocks (because they stick out like crazy). Ive read that you can just drill them and collapse them but I dont really want to spray the fluid everywhere, I was wondering if there was a more humane way to do this?
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