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      14 Aug
    matte_E30

    Thanks to some sh*t head last night at Countdown Botany i now have a fresh dent in my Rear LH door. Not a small dent either, its as if someone fell into it.

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E30 Convertible Project?

TradeMe discussions Yesterday, 10:51 PM
Found this on trademe,   looks like a very good candidate for a project, M52 swap, nicer wheels etc, and not feel bad about bastardising a 325i   Price could do with a bit of gravity though, thats more than I paid for mine in nicer condition
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Whats it worth? 1996 E39 544 ac Schnitzer

General Discussion Yesterday, 08:30 PM
Ask me about the E38 and I'm reasonably knowledgeable. Bit out of my depth with the E39 though.   So I've come across a 1996  e39 544 ac Schnitzer. Green with a tan interior(not my favourite colour combo).Interior is mint.  Clear coat is going on side mirrors and most sharp ed...
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Wow.

TradeMe discussions Yesterday, 08:07 PM
This thing is ridiculously sexy.   Bimmersport member?     http://www.trademe.c...n-797098487.htm
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M70 V12 Oil Pump Chain Tension

Maintenance Yesterday, 01:38 PM
Hey Guys   Just in doing a bit of maintenance on my M70, finally changing upper sump gasket and rear main seal over this long weekend (yep took today off too)   Found this with my oil pump chain, it looks much too loose to me, but haven't got too much experience inside engines  ...
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Welding

Maintenance Yesterday, 01:18 PM
I used to weld a bit, doing the usual brazing at school (mine was the best milk bottle carrier!) and later learning a lot by repairing a Land Rover chassis.   I've never welded bodywork and don't intend to start now. Floors, sills, tunnels and the like have all been fair game in the past....
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