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BMW wood Shift knobs @GrabMyKnob

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    BMW wood Shift knobs @GrabMyKnob

    Hello R3V,

    About a year ago I finally decided to bring an idea I had into existence. Since I got into E30s back in 2015 I always liked the look of them OEM shift knobs. However after purchasing one a few years back. I didnt like the in hand feel.

    Fast foward to a little less than a year ago I decided to make my own knobs. Heavily inspired by the classic BMW knobs, I offer Tall, medium, and stubby knobs with 4 different roundel options. I can also so custom knobs, if you have any request, send me a message. Each knob is hand made here in the USA.

    The knobs are $80 USD + shipping, if you are located in USA I can do 2 day priority for $8. If you are located outside US please contact for shipping.

    If you are interested in having a knob made for your car, please contact me. Fastest way to reach me would be over Instagram my user name is @GrabMyKnob

    Thank you

    #2
    Sup Vincent? The knobs are very nice. GLWS. And good luck with the build. Post pics as you go.
    All the best,
    Gary and Janie.

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      #3
      Appreciate that Gary! ill keep you posted

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        #4
        Bump for a great seller, showed me videos of the process of him building the knob
        85% of the time i have no idea what I'm doing

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          #5
          Originally posted by Slybeanx View Post
          Bump for a great seller, showed me videos of the process of him building the knob
          Appreciate that man!

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            #6
            Do you plan or can you make a wood E-brake handle?
            Owner - Bavarian Restoration
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              #7
              Recently got a beautiful shift knob from you and I’m very pleased. Top quality!
              1989 325ix(sold)
              1989 325i sedan s52 powa (current)

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                #8
                Originally posted by Gregs///M View Post
                Do you plan or can you make a wood E-brake handle?
                thats the next thing i want to do. I am working on getting threaded inserts for cars with aftermarket shifters.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Lenwood View Post
                  Recently got a beautiful shift knob from you and I’m very pleased. Top quality!
                  appreciate the feed back man! Glad you are happy with yours!

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by vinny.mia View Post

                    thats the next thing i want to do. I am working on getting threaded inserts for cars with aftermarket shifters.
                    Great, let me know when its available!
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Gregs///M View Post

                      Great, let me know when its available!
                      you want just a Ebrake handle?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by vinny.mia View Post

                        you want just a Ebrake handle?
                        Yup, I already have a wood wheel and auto shifter.
                        Owner - Bavarian Restoration
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Gregs///M View Post

                          Yup, I already have a wood wheel and auto shifter.
                          message me on Instagram. you might be the first to have one. lol

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