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Photo comparison: OEM vs aftermarket windscreen for a convertible

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    Photo comparison: OEM vs aftermarket windscreen for a convertible

    Latest rare goodie from Levent @ Gutenparts!

    Mint condition as advertised!





    Pictures of the collection



    Closeup of the real moneypit



    Aftermarket 'Love the Ride' windscreen





    OEM BMW windscreen

    As you can see it does fit a tiny bit better.





    My 1989 e30 s52 Touring... this is Betty

    My 1989 325i vert (sold)...this is Nina

    My 1991 M5 (sold)... this is Veronica

    Photo comparison: OEM vs aftermarket windscreen for a convertible

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    Went for a ride on the highway and there is a difference between the two as the OEM one has a bit less turbulence than the aftermarket one at 60mph/100kph.


    My 1989 e30 s52 Touring... this is Betty

    My 1989 325i vert (sold)...this is Nina

    My 1991 M5 (sold)... this is Veronica

    Photo comparison: OEM vs aftermarket windscreen for a convertible

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      #3
      I think the oem one looks a lot better. Love the interior

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        #4
        Hate to bump a old thread but does anyone have experience with the Raceland one? Just ordered it on a whim figuring for 100 its probably a good enough piece as I cant stomach 400 + on a OEM

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          #5
          Running it on my dad's vert, no problems. Just tighten down the bolts a bit and it won't fold.


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