kulgan

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kulgan last won the day on November 3 2016

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About kulgan

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  • Birthday 08/26/1969

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    Dave
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    Wanganui
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    1999 E38 750i
  • Car 2
    95 Mitsi Delica 4x4
  • Car 3
    96 735i / 01 728i

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  1. Welcome to the forum. Nice Bimmer.
  2. Great progress. Nice to see it coming back together. Has there been any more progress since August?
  3. I followed this build from the beginning and it's gone through a progression of wheels. Here are a few of his past choices. It'd be nice if the S62 drivetrain was as cheap and accessible as it is in the US. Started with M-Pars. He's always had great taste in cars. Heres his last E38.
  4. I do like shots of a nicely cleaned and polished car but theres also something to be said for shots like these with a car thats been "driven" to a stunning location. Very cool.
  5. Thanks. This particular project has been put on hold while I get my 4x4 van sorted for this summer. Certified self contained is the goal and I'm nearly there. About all I need to do on the 750i now is get it repainted and that probably wont be for a while yet either as the money for that might get spent on bigger wheels, bull bar and winch for the van. lol
  6. Yep, still going strong. Here's a pic of it's last real outing with the Wellington guys when we did the trip over the Gentle Annie to Napier. It get's a weekly drive just to keep everything moving. I haven't done a lot to it recently as all my efforts have been going into getting my 4x4 van ready for the summer.
  7. Been a while since I've been on here it would seem..lol Looks nice on those wheels but as others have said it's a wee bit pricey.
  8. Another E38 junkie here. I think it comes down to you balancing the costs of what you want as others have said. Very nice examples of 728i's come up for sale all the time however if your attached to the car you already own then spend the money and keep it. But then again that'll depend on what your talking about doing and the depth and quality of the restoration your talking about. Would be nice to see some pics of your car and some kind of idea about the work you'd like done to it.
  9. Welcome to the forum. Nice cars you have there. The guys in Auckland have a monthly coffee meet. Check it out in the meeting sub section. I'm sure they'd be more than happy to see you along.
  10. Nice. I like the look of these.
  11. Welcome to the forum. Luv your car. Beautiful. Will be looking forward to to seeing it at a meet sometime.
  12. Hi Damo. Welcome to the forum. You'll find plenty of sage advice here. Post up some pics when you can. We'd all like to stare at your Bimmer..
  13. Nice. I've always liked this chassis. Will be watching you progress with this one. :-)
  14. This reminded me of another thread I'd been reading. Have a look here. Similar to what your doing with your M73. https://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/showthread.php?2326591-750iL-Project
  15. Welcome to the forum Wessel. Have fun in your new "BIMMER"......... FYI, Beamers only have 2 wheels..