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Old 11-29-2019, 05:52 PM
UncleDavid UncleDavid is offline
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Unsealed Rubber Hose Packages From '97 Z3 Rebuild For Free

I loved my 1.9L I bought from my brother in law. First German Roadster, I was British from H.S.. I drove the 1.9L and I was happy with its handling and suspension. His son was a BMW mechanic, the car, always garaged. . .AZ heat was the final straw. My 1959 TR3A with the original Ferguson tractor engine I4 was stylish. Sold in an auction on eBay. Took some of the money and bought the BMW 1.9. Tore into all of the rubber and replaced it all, along with water pump, injector were crystal clean. . .I have brand new, in original plastic bags, to give away. Contact me at [email protected] first come first serve.

Me? I drive a BMW 1999 Z3 M Roadster, includes hardtop and original luggage rack.,

Hagerty has it insured for $26,000. I am going to sell it and move into a really clean late 1990s to 2000 early BMW 2.8L for urban play driving. The M is a frigin race car. Investment, yes, fun? no! I never leave 3rd gear.

Email me if you want the parts.
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Old 11-30-2019, 05:31 AM
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I loved my 1.9L... was happy with its handling and suspension... I drive a BMW 1999 Z3 M Roadster... I am going to sell it and move into... early BMW 2.8L for urban play driving. The M is a frigin race car. Investment, yes, fun? no! I never leave 3rd gear...
What happened to your 1.9? I test drove an M before I got my 1.9. Aside from the M being roughly used, it was also work to drive it, so I kept looking.
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Old 11-30-2019, 12:37 PM
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very good of you to give away the hoses.i have the 2.5 or I would be happy to have them.question I have for you or others that have the hard top .Is the hard top worth the money or is the soft top fine .
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Old 12-02-2019, 08:37 AM
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I loved my 1.9L I bought from my brother in law. First German Roadster, I was British from H.S.. I drove the 1.9L and I was happy with its handling and suspension. His son was a BMW mechanic, the car, always garaged. . .AZ heat was the final straw. My 1959 TR3A with the original Ferguson tractor engine I4 was stylish. Sold in an auction on eBay. Took some of the money and bought the BMW 1.9. Tore into all of the rubber and replaced it all, along with water pump, injector were crystal clean. . .I have brand new, in original plastic bags, to give away. Contact me at [email protected] first come first serve.

Me? I drive a BMW 1999 Z3 M Roadster, includes hardtop and original luggage rack.,

Hagerty has it insured for $26,000. I am going to sell it and move into a really clean late 1990s to 2000 early BMW 2.8L for urban play driving. The M is a frigin race car. Investment, yes, fun? no! I never leave 3rd gear.

Email me if you want the parts.


Is the Hagerty insurance expensive?


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Old 12-07-2019, 07:19 AM
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Are the hoses still available ?
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