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    Looking for an OEM radio to replace the Alpine deck in the car when I purchased it. The Alpine is just too fancy for the interior and doesn't fit the look.

    Is there an optional CD changer that can be linked as well? :thank you
    2001 530i
    1988 M3
    1973 2002

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    Going for that stock look, Nice.
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    • #3
      yeah man! the alpine deck is to crazy looking; i want to keep the interior "period looking"

      Originally posted by lockolose View Post
      Going for that stock look, Nice.
      2001 530i
      1988 M3
      1973 2002

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      • #4
        I got one. My car is a '90 with the OEM CD-changer in the trunk. Oddly enough, I'm planning on using an alpine CD receiver with iPod connection...
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        • #5
          bumping this up; still looking.
          2001 530i
          1988 M3
          1973 2002

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          • #6
            I have one from my m3 that I took out. I dont have the code for it and never bothered because I bought an alpine head unit to replace it right off the bat.

            Your more then welcome to it understanding that I never tried it and you would be responsible for obtaining the code.

            If your intrested let me know. Lunch money plus shipping is all I would want for it.

            -Daryl
            1988 BMW M3
            FOWLER AUTOMOTIVE
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            • #7
              FYI - I have gotten radio codes from my local dealer on a couple of occasions with no trouble. Just bring the serial number on the radio or the radio itself and they can look it up easily.

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              • #8
                Bringing this one back from the dead... anyone have a stock radio in really good condition they want to part with for a reasonable price?
                2001 530i
                1988 M3
                1973 2002

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                • #9
                  That sucks I just threw mine in the trash can because it was taking up room.
                  1988 BMW M3
                  FOWLER AUTOMOTIVE
                  BMW and OTHER OEM PARTS SUPPLIER!!!!! PM FOR QUOTE
                  Compterized SF 600 SuperFlow Air Flow Testing
                  Sonic testing, repairs and rebuilding of heads and blocks.
                  www.FowlerAutomotive.com

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                  • #10
                    aww damn! I was hung up on other stuff and I missed out on an almost free radio...
                    2001 530i
                    1988 M3
                    1973 2002

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                    • #11
                      I can dig it out of the trash it was just yesterday that I threw it away if you still want it.

                      Where are you from ? If you want it the offer still stands lunch money + postage and its yours. With the understanding that I don't know if it works and I don't have the code for it. The previous owner said it would work perfectly with the code I just don't have it.
                      1988 BMW M3
                      FOWLER AUTOMOTIVE
                      BMW and OTHER OEM PARTS SUPPLIER!!!!! PM FOR QUOTE
                      Compterized SF 600 SuperFlow Air Flow Testing
                      Sonic testing, repairs and rebuilding of heads and blocks.
                      www.FowlerAutomotive.com

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                      • #12
                        is it the same radio that was in an 88 325iX?
                        -Dan

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                        • #13
                          Could be im not really up to date on all the different radios there were used but i wouldn't imagine that there would be very many.

                          -Daryl
                          1988 BMW M3
                          FOWLER AUTOMOTIVE
                          BMW and OTHER OEM PARTS SUPPLIER!!!!! PM FOR QUOTE
                          Compterized SF 600 SuperFlow Air Flow Testing
                          Sonic testing, repairs and rebuilding of heads and blocks.
                          www.FowlerAutomotive.com

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                          • #14
                            The different BMW Bavaria radios are listed here:
                            http://www.claasi.de/ra100800.php

                            I just bought a BMW Bavaria C Electronic through ebay.de for my M3. It was 69 EUR + shipping to Denmark.
                            1987 BMW E30 M3 (trackdaytoy)

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                            • #15
                              I have one from an 89 and I am pretty sure I have to code too. Let me check later this morning. Its been out of the car for like 9 years, but it worked when I took it out. PM me if you are interested.

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