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Old 06-06-2012, 04:56 PM
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Mein Auto: 96 318ti, 93 BMW 325IS
E46 interior part out

Hi, I'm selling most of the interior from an M3 coupe. The car these came from was in a major accident and the incompetent towing company put the wheel/ suspension parts that fell off in the front seats, so the door panels have a couple rough spots, but overall it's all 7 -8 out of 10.

I am listing all the big stuff, but I have three boxes of assorted trim pieces so tell me what you need and I'll try to find it and give you a price. I have the center console and glove box, will post pics of those in the next couple days. All prices are of course negotiable, shoot me an offer and the worst that'll happen is I say no.

I know I'm in the middle of nowhere so I am willing to do some driving to deliver or meet part way.

Rear folding bench seat with ski bag and headrests (one post is bent) $200

Front door panels:
Left $75
Right $75
Both $130
Rear panels:
Left $70
Right $70
Both $120
All door panels $220 (includes arm rests)

Dash $175

A pillar covers (air bag panels intact) $20 each, $30 pair.

Sunroof assembly (tested with drill battery, works) $250

Headliner (black, not sagging) $50

Climate control computer $60

Passenger airbag $75

Pics!.

Rear seat.






Door panels.








Sun roof.


Headliner.


Dash.


Climate control computer.


Airbag.
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Old 08-04-2012, 07:01 AM
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Bump. Please buy stuff, I need to rebuild my cooling system and want to rebuild / stroke my engine. I may be traveling to Vermont next week so I can help out with a lot of the driving if you live north of me.

P.S. I also have an oil pan, oil pump, and oil filter housing out of a 330.
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I'm in NOVA for a few days and hauled this stuff along for the ride, let's make a deal before I go back to the boonies.
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