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  • #91
    Another photo dump from the last month or so.

    Mirrors and new motors back on



    Resealed the diff, new paint and stencil "S"





    Restored ABS Pump back in the bay!


    Calipers back on. Resprayed the Brake Lines the olive drab instead of the new replacement which are black..





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    • #92
      Replacement Stickers from the one and only, Pukar.







      Tossed on the carbon airbox to test fit things! Looks absolutely stunning imo


      Tossed the wiper linkage back in, new bushings, grease and fresh wiper motor. Fun fact, you order the replacement PN:61611373385
      It now has added casing/wings on the motor that interferes with the factory wiper linkage.. Checked and verified the right PN was sent to me and it was.. Plug was fine everything bolted up after removing the excess metal, see below.




      Next up is new foam for HVAC air blender doors and blower motor. Waiting for UPS as we're snowed in up in Seattle currently

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      • #93
        Adding some interior goodies and cleaning out the old Booster tank. UV lights and 50 volume Peroxide seems to be SOP for retrobrighting old yellowed plastics.




        New Vapor Barriers for the doors. Traced out the old versions (Glad I saved them)





        New Firewall Insulation and heatshield






        Center console back in and time to toss in these Recaro Orthopeds




        New front & original rear glass going back in!






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        • #94
          I don't reply to these build threads as often as I'd like because I can't keep coming up with new ways to say how incredible it looks.

          I really love these threads though and look forward to the updates. I appreciate the effort put into posting, it's a big part of what keep this place interesting.

          Same goes for the threads by
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          • #95
            Originally posted by Mick View Post
            I don't reply to these build threads as often as I'd like because I can't keep coming up with new ways to say how incredible it looks.

            I really love these threads though and look forward to the updates. I appreciate the effort put into posting, it's a big part of what keep this place interesting.

            Same goes for the threads by
            Konig
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            Thanks Mick! I always love watching/reading big build threads as well. Facebook is great for some things but chronological posts make so much more sense.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by dudley123 View Post

              Thanks Mick! I always love watching/reading big build threads as well. Facebook is great for some things but chronological posts make so much more sense.
              Can’t tell you how many times I have gone back to reference my old posts for stuff I’ve forgotten, haha.
              1989 Lachs
              1988 Lachs - sold
              1988 DS - sold
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              • #97
                Originally posted by dudley123 View Post

                Thanks Mick! I always love watching/reading big build threads as well. Facebook is great for some things but chronological posts make so much more sense.
                Exactly! Forum style build threads like this are the perfect presentation. Interesting, entertaining, and provide an enduring reference for others to use.
                75 M2 Zinno
                88 M3 Henna

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                • #98
                  Looks stunning so far!!
                  1984 E30 323i Euro (sold)
                  1985 E30 325e (sold)
                  1988 E30 Henna/Black 2.5L
                  1988 E30 Macao Evo2 #330
                  2014 F31 328i Sportswagon
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                  • #99
                    Hi
                    Great work and thanks for keeping the photos rolling, what are the seats from and are they full electric, what is the details on the heater flap foam you have arriving?

                    E30 M3 1987
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                    BMW E36 323 Msport
                    Toyota Corona
                    KTM 200EXC
                    Honda CB50 (1979)

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                    • Originally posted by Dave @nz View Post
                      Hi
                      Great work and thanks for keeping the photos rolling, what are the seats from and are they full electric, what is the details on the heater flap foam you have arriving?
                      They are all electric, heated/cooled so will end up running them each off of their own relay. Heater flap's I'll grab the PN but the same width thin foam I'm using is also used behind the rear side window trim pieces.

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                      • looks excellent!!!!
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                        '72 2002 pickup | '88 M5 | '89 330is | '89 M3 | '11 328xi-t

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