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    #31
    I will buy a set for a coupe

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      #32
      I've got a non-shrunken set from a coupe for sale if anyone doesn't want to wait:

      https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/sho...d.php?t=423998

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        #33
        I would be in for a Drivers & Passengers for a coupe also!

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          #34
          Reasonably priced sedan set for me :)

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            #35
            I'd take a coupe driver's

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              #36
              Originally posted by BMW_TUNER View Post
              Any other seals or ridiculously over priced little parts that I should look for manufactures for?
              early model front valence brackets. I don't see why they can't just be 3d printed.

              also I'd be in for a coupe set.

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                #37
                interested in both sides for a coupe
                1991 318is ---230K - DD
                1991 318i ---- 308K - retired

                Originally posted by RickSloan
                so if you didnt get it like that did you glue fuzzy oil to the entire thing?
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                  #38
                  I could use a coupe drivers side.
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                    #39
                    I'd be up for a sedan left and right front...is this a coupe-only deal?

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                      #40
                      5 months in, any word on this? =0)

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                        #41
                        I have all of my samples prepped to make the rounds at SEMA. I have been working on a few other side projects. I. E. Clusters refurb with a direct exchange and without spending a ton of money for a working cluster and a few others.


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                        5 lug E36 M3 Brakes Coilovers and LTW's and No ABS. Like the LTW FLAG PM for Details.
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                          #42
                          Originally posted by BMW_TUNER View Post
                          Interest seems good. My company has been accepted to attend SEMA this year which should put me in the right place to talk to all the weather stripping venders in one stop.
                          Any news from SEMA by chance? Been eagerly awaiting an update!
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                          91 - 325i now
                          99 - e36 M3 then
                          89 - 325i then
                          98 - e36 M3 then

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                            #43
                            No manufacturers at SEMA that can take it on I am going to have to reach out to firms.


                            1989 332IS -S-Fiddy Four-Some weight removed.
                            5 lug E36 M3 Brakes Coilovers and LTW's and No ABS. Like the LTW FLAG PM for Details.
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                              #44
                              Dang that's a bummer. Hopefully we can find a fresh alternative. It's always a bummer to pay 100$ for something that's still 30 yrs old.

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                                #45
                                I need driver and passenger seals for a coupe. I hope we can get them made.

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