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Thread: any BMW 2002 folks in here ?

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    love love love the lil boxes...had a 73 in 76...

    the italian wheels are very sexy..always liked them.

    I know a few racers..but here on the east coast you just dont see many being raced..unlike the PNW and Cali.

    here is my 72 pig cheek period correct racer to be:

    13 x 8 Comp ML

    Dunlop M series race rubber

    Scheel ( NML) drivers bucket

    4 wheel discs

    much more

    this car gets me in
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    Quote Originally Posted by yale View Post
    Here is my turbo, unfortunately in a shop for the past 5 years because of turbo woes. I need a KKK turbo or rebuild kit if anyone has one. I have tried so many solutions but still in the shop. Lucky I have the 911s.

    On the wheels front, I now have Italian versions of 15" Alpinas.
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    colorado e9?...never saw that before.

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    Miss my '71, really fun car. My 3rd '02. Crazy the value difference, seems they rust worse than 911's. Thought I was doing good to get $10K out of it a few years ago. Literally no rust, fresh M10 (easy to rebuild, but non-matching), fresh suspension/brakes, big sways, factory sport 350mm Petri wheel, 15x6 Panasports, but I kept the Scheels.

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    very clean sharp looker.

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    I had my first 2002 in 1969 and have owned them ever since.
    Here is my U.S. Spec '71 with period build. The wheels are four spoke Campy 9x13 all around.

    Bilstein/alpina Red dot struts and shocks, Alpina progressive rate springs, four wheel vented discs, boxed trailing arms, adj sways front and rear, 235/5 close ratio five speed, 3.9 limited slip, quick steering box, schnitzer flares, four headlamp grilles with marchal high beams, carello low beams with cibie oscar lamps, trans am style instrumentation with Jones mechanical tach and five Stewart Warner guages, Alpina momo, recaro and scheel seating, 45s on factory Ti manifolds, forged 10:1 Pistons, 300 alpina sport cam, Alpina ported head, baffled pan with windage tray, etc
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    Looking for engine 960 168
    Looking for gear box 103 165

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    This one appears to be a very nice example that unfortuneatly sold before I became aware it was available for purchase.
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    Frank Kohnen
    Jupiter, FL USA
    Registry Member #921
    1972 Bahia Red 911 Coupe #9112100390..."Rudy" SOLD
    1967 Savannah Beige VW Beetle Sedan #117364457..."Heidi"...aka "Tinker Toy"

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    I always wanted a 2002 tii. Any super clean ones out there?

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