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    What Kronus said.
    Most of those early model fronts was delivered without foglight holes.
    Had both a Hella and a BBS at some point, you could clearly see how somebody had cut the holes themself.
    A little side info, Zender produced many of the bodyparts for both Hartge and AC Schnitzer.
    Many parts have a little Z along with the ACS or Hartge parts number, and that's why the sides for both Hartge, ACS and Zender are almost identical.
    #ShenanigansE30 1989 Touring AC Schnitzer S3 replica http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=320784
    Ruffian 1987 318is 2 door Hartge project http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=290863
    Natalma 1990 Touring AC Schnitzer S3
    #GlorianaE28 1986 525i
    #AnniePowerE34 525i 3.2 M50 with AC Schnitzer S5 parts
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      Nice, thanks for the info. I had no clue about having to cut out the fog lamps entirely. I figured it would have been like the ski pass where its perforated and you punch it out.

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        Originally posted by Der Ruffian View Post
        Brand spanking new black Hellas for the E34, from the last batch made by Hella.
        There's like 10 sets left.

        Nice, do you still have them or know where to buy? I'll ask my friend, he was searching for this

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          Last edited by nando; 03-25-2019, 10:23 PM.

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            Originally posted by Mushi View Post
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            This isn't a for sale thread.
            Build thread

            Bimmerlabs

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              Originally posted by nando View Post
              This isn't a for sale thread.
              I wasn't advertising here to sell. I already have for sale thread. And I just wanted to add the rare part to the list I don't think there is something wrong with it? I apologize if it sounded for sale to you.

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                looks like your post got canned "..." Mushi

                I didn't see your post as a for sale post. I liked it.
                1990 325is
                m52b28
                3.73lsd
                g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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                  Originally posted by TeXJ View Post
                  looks like your post got canned "..." Mushi

                  I didn't see your post as a for sale post. I liked it.
                  Its all good buddy. I understand some posts might sound different or against the forum rules.

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                    Does this qualify? NOS HWB (a division of BMW) Floormats. Anyone know anything about HWB?

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                      Those are pretty neat! ^
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                      1999 528it - Daily Driver “Dad Wagon”
                      1991 325is - 2.8L Budget Stroker Garage Slut
                      1991 318is - Sold
                      1986 325 - Sold

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                        Not sure how rare you guys will think this is, but this thread has been dead and I’m really excited about a part I found after many years looking. While they were not rare originally, I have found that finding this style in this condition to be very difficult...suggesting they are rare. This is an early mtech knob in wonderful condition with the older style emblem and Leather seams. Does anyone know when the last year of production for this style was? 87?
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                          looks nice, what does something like that go for? How'd ya find it, ebay?
                          1990 325is
                          m52b28
                          3.73lsd
                          g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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                            How is it different than this one?

                            https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-BMW...temCondition=3

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                              Obviously the emblems are different, but the seams felt different than I remember from the knob on eBay you showed which I used to have. Maybe it’s only different in my mind because after thirty years the stitching lays different. Still curious about the last year for the knob I have with the old style emblem, if anyone knows?

                              Originally posted by Rev Run D View Post

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                                I'm confused, other than the emblem being faded on yours, how is are the emblems different?


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