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Karzrtoyz (Dave)

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    Pleasant to deal with.
    Excellent communication.
    Items are as good as described.

    Thank You!


      Well, Dave saved the day again. Not much else I can say.

      If any of you ever get the chance to meet Dave, he's the nicest and most helpful E30 guy out there. He isnt on the forums quite as much as he used to be, but hes still lives up the the E30 GOD status that he had always had. Heres some of what I can say about him:

      After buying multiple cars from Dave, as well as parts, I have gotten to know him pretty well, hes a great friend ahd has taught me all I know about these cars. He was saving my ass once again and lending me a clean early model 325es with euro bumpers and I fucked up. Rear ended somebody in heavy traffic and put a good hurtin' on the loaner, Daves car. I called him and told him what happened and he kept his cool and help me to deal with the other parties involved. After situating everything and getting it all taken care of we went to TNG the next day. At TNG (Two Nice Guys Automotive in La Crescenta, the most awesome shop in the world) Dave spent the day, yes one single day, and pulled the core support, replaced the radiator, fan, fan clutch, headlights, straightened the fender, replaced the hood, replaced the valance and a few hoses. Also got the power steering working again. At the end of the day, a totalled E30 was driven home, and looking pretty freakin good for what had happened.

      Dave is more than a stand up guy and has helped me more than I can preech. Never have any doubts in dealing with him, its going to be a great experience and you will in turn make a great friend.



        Wait, how do I get to the cigar shop again?

        Classic BMW Specialists
        Santa Clarita, CA


          Dave is the man! I bought his 1991 Mtech 2 vert. His price was great, his communication was excellent. I can't say enough good things about this seller.

          Thanks Dave!




            great guy!
            i bought a fender and we were shooting the shit for about an hour and a half
            Originally posted by E30_(1st Musk)_

            24v swap Oil Pan..F/S


              Bought a Mtech II steering wheel from him. Everything arrived as described. I would definitely buy from again.

              1989 325i Alpineweiß II


                Dave is an E30 Angel, he is there to help the E30 owners with everything. I've bought a couple things from Dave already and will continue to do so. He's very friendly and knows everything about E30's. Guy didnt even know me but gave me his phone number and told me if I had any questions to call, and was always there to help.


                  Bought: blower motor, antenna
                  Paid: via paypal
                  Shipping was prompt and everything was well-packaged. It even said "Fragile" on the outside!
                  I'd happily do business again.
                  S52-Powered 1987



                    Awesome product, fast shipping and a good price on the US ellipsoids that I got
                    I saved 15% on my Bimmer parts by switching to ...



                      Transaction feedback:


                        karztoyz - great seller

                        Above and beyond, thanks dude.



                          Transaction feedback:


                            Item: Mtech II pods
                            Cost: 385 shipped
                            Shipping: FedEx

                            Quick response to pm's, even faster shipping. I paid for item last night and have tracking info next day. He even "found" a additional quarter panel pod and threw it in for free. Thanks for a easy first transaction with a r3v'er.
                            89 325 cabrio in progress m52tub28 swap
                            99 540it
                            86 Volvo 240 wagon
                            99 Cherokee
                            13 Passat



                              He shipped a plastic front bumper cross country in less than a week. Great seller.


                                bout a set of wheels off him recently. got to meet him in person. super cool dude. realy knows his shit. awesome dude to just hang out with!
                                1989 325i SETA stroker [delphin] R3V'd 8/31/2011
                                1989 325ix [zinnoberrot] $OLD
                                1970 2002 [Nevada]

                                Originally posted by Herr Faust Schinken
                                guy must have slid into something that doesn't look like a car vs car hit
                                Originally posted by ak-
                                Must of slid into Rob