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raewyn22

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  • Birthday September 22

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    Raewyn
  • Location
    North Shore
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    E30 Touring
  • Car 2
    E30 325i Touring
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    E30 318i Coupe
  • Race Car Number
    333

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  1. Good afternoon, Raymond Dufton has multiple rally/race cars up for sale that he will be taking down to Hampton Downs on Friday 25th October for testing. The invitation is out there for serious buyers only to go down to Hampton Down for a free test drive around the Club Circuit from 12pm. If you're interested, please contact Raymond on 027 471 5154. Details on his vehicles for sale are below. Thanks Rae
  2. Thanks for that, will keep it in mind
  3. Hi Geordie, could be interested! Do you have any photos available by chance please? Thanks Rae
  4. Hi everyone! I'm after a wedding car to be used down in Cromwell on 1st December 2019 please. Either an E39 M5 or an E30 M3, or something similar that looks rad! This is to be used for the groom and groomsmen, in conjunction with my E30 Touring (which we are using for the girls). If you can help, please PM me. Thanks a bunch! Rae
  5. As stated in the title, E30 King Springs for sale - suit 318i. Used in the BMW Race Driver Series. $400 ONO Located in Pukekohe
  6. Hi guys and gals, I'm looking for a driver's side e30 sports seat please. Condition of foam or material doesn't matter so long as the mechanics and bones of the seat are in good condition. Thanks, Rae
  7. Hi everyone, I'm on the look out for a BMW Isetta on behalf of the CRC Speedshow. This is to go on their weird & wacky display so if any one knows of anyone who owns one, please let me know. I have already reached out to Chris Robertson who's on here. Thanks Rae
  8. Great purchase! Nice wheels too - I have the same ones on my Touring.
  9. hiya, 

     are u looking for the 0304 dark grey houndstooth fabric,,, I have   got parts of this, all this available,,

     vgc, 

     thanks carl. 

  10. Have a set of 15" Borbets, though did a "home job" paint job for sh*ts and giggles over Christmas. Excuse the colour, did it for a bit of fun! I was after $500 to make it worth my while, but welcome to take a look at them first and then make me an offer. Otherwise, they will probably end up on the race car!
  11. And most recently, after discovering that my clutch fluid had leaked onto the carpet due to a broken clutch master, I decided it was time to whip the carpet out yet again. With the water blaster sitting right there, I thought bugger it. Time for some cleaning!! Two days later it was dry and it was time to get the vinyl die - at least that would hide some imperfections! It appears I had company while reinstalling...
  12. Come Christmas time it was time I did some minor alterations. Unfortunately when I had my headlining redone in black, I never got the sunroof lining done. This was when I had the idea to get creative and have a "feature panel" instead. The ideal fabric was found (and at $3 per metre it was a steal) and with the help of a sewing genius, I finally got it installed. Also during Christmas, I managed to find some Borbets for cheap from a fellow race series member. They had been spray painted black so off to bunnings I went to get some paint stripper. Some solid hours later and I finally got to the spraying stage. While most of you may think it's a bit "out there" I thought it looked rad in the sun. Though you really can't beat the BBS alloys on these.
  13. It's been a wee while since I've updated this thread, progress has been made! About two weeks after my headgasket went, I was lucky enough to see a very cheap damaged E34 on Facebook which happened to have an M20B25 in it - with some convincing from a friend we headed down to Hamilton to pick it up a few days later! After replacing a few gaskets & o-rings to get rid of some pesky oil leaks we were away laughing! A week or so later and at 11.30pm and all installed, we turned the key and it started straight away (sorry to the neighbours). The condition of this engine was a pleasant surprise! Unfortunately while the engine was out of the engine bay, I decided to take the sound deadening away to see what would lie underneath - a little surface rust was found. A wire brush was quick onto the patches and some rust kill paint, to ensure this wouldn't spread in the immediate future. We will come back to that at a later stage (luckily the car is garaged 90% off the time these days).
  14. Hey, have you got one of these left? Thanks Rae
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