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    eBay seller in Canada and the price was much less than I would’ve paid. I paid the same amount for one about 5 years ago that I ended up not being able to use because of how blown out it was and this one is in perfect condition
    Originally posted by TeXJ View Post
    looks nice, what does something like that go for? How'd ya find it, ebay?

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      Originally posted by james31ee View Post

      Nice, do you still have them or know where to buy? I'll ask my friend, he was searching for this
      They're sold out now, I checked a month ago, because I wanted a set for my Touring as well.
      Yes still have the ones I bought, they're on my ACS E34.
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      #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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        Came across this "Alpina" heckblende and couldn't pass it up. Never mounted, new in box. Made by a company called "Bubble-Car" based in Italy - couldn't find a ton of info on the company but they apparently made body kits and steezy parts for Euro cars in the early 80s. They call this thing a Fanalone. Never heard that before.







        Had to drill into the car to mount it but very worth it. Just need to figure out the best way to relocate my license plate.

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