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    2019 Kona 1.6T DCT7 AWD
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    E36 328Ti (sold)

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  1. It really needs a Euro PP Stephanie
  2. It was not written off. The rego lapsed by the original owner who was Singapore based. Nothing to do with insurance either. The repairs were maintenance needed to get it running nicely. New intake gaskets and a few other minor issues from memory
  3. I had trouble trying to get $70k for it when trying to sell it on behalf of the owner on Trade Me
  4. It's the one we serviced and did all the compliance repairs on at work and had on one of the Bimmersport outings out at Kaiaua. I could have owned it back then when it was offered to me for $30K by the second owner.. a customer of mine. It had done 24,000k at the time
  5. Talk to Express Keys in Penrose http://www.expresskeys.co.nz/
  6. Thanks Dave. The only thing you got completely wrong is "all bark and no bite" Go drive one... the 1.6T DCT 7 AWD version. Then comment.
  7. Thanks Kyu. I'm very pleased how it's turned out. Special black out to my specs organised through the dealer. First Lagoon Blue one done in NZ. I might come along with it to a Sunday meeting when I get back from overseas if I'm allowed to park somewhere.
  8. Thanks Mr Negative
  9. Picked up the new car today. A special dealer edition
  10. Here you go Barry https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=2052751686
  11. B.M.W Ltd

    WTB: E46 FCAB

    Wifey's car
  12. B.M.W Ltd

    WTB: E46 FCAB

    They would need to call them. I'm not sure if they will fit parts supplied by owners.
  13. B.M.W Ltd

    WTB: E46 FCAB

    They come as a set. The bushes are not available separately. BM Workshop Grey Lynn Spare parts. It's not a job to do lying on your back. A hoist gives you more room to use force pushing them on to the lower control arm by hand only and make sure they are lined up properly. Don't use a weapon. You need to use rubber grease and heaps of spray lube. A press is not needed and you leave the control arm on the car.
  14. Yes the doors still open Olaf. The rear subframe / chassis was all distorted and the R/R wheel smashed when the rear of the car was punched into the high kerbing. I'm also impressed by how well the car took the hit. I'm told by witnesses they guessed the speed of the other car to be about 80kph The only hold up with the insurance was getting the police report and the long holiday interval. Get my new car next week after the tow bar fitting, PD, window tinting and Dura Seal paint and leather protection. Hyundai have given me a car till mines ready.
  15. I'm sure he could Michael, but I wouldn't drive it 😄
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