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    I know it's discouraging but sounds like you gotta do the whole HG job over again!
    clutchCTRL!
    Move with a purpose.
    - 1991 325iX 4dr/5spd
    - 1976 2002 SlickTop/2.7i M20/G260
    - 2000 323i AT
    2016 Mazda CX3 Sport AWD

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      Time to get some head

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        Originally posted by Habla View Post
        Didn't know you were flipping the whitey. It all makes sense now.
        I would love to keep it, but it just doesn't make sense right now. I wish I could. However, paying for school seems to take priority :roll:
        Autobahn Motorsport - Restoration and Service - Portland, Oregon
        503.967.3800
        '72 2002 pickup | '88 M5 | '89 330is | '89 M3 | '01 Z3M | '11 328xi-t

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          Good man! Get your education done!

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            It must be done. Maybe there is a way I can keep both, not holding my breath, though. I can't wait to throw the suspension on tonight and drive it.
            Autobahn Motorsport - Restoration and Service - Portland, Oregon
            503.967.3800
            '72 2002 pickup | '88 M5 | '89 330is | '89 M3 | '01 Z3M | '11 328xi-t

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              So you are S50 swapping this white car and then selling it to pay for school?
              Originally posted by Sonny
              I am a meme for our community.

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                Originally posted by DrJosh View Post
                So you are M50 swapping this white car and then selling it to pay for school?

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                  Originally posted by DrJosh View Post
                  So you are S50 swapping this white car and then selling it to pay for school?
                  M50, and yes.
                  Autobahn Motorsport - Restoration and Service - Portland, Oregon
                  503.967.3800
                  '72 2002 pickup | '88 M5 | '89 330is | '89 M3 | '01 Z3M | '11 328xi-t

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                    Right on, dude
                    -Peter G
                    '86 MTech1 S52 coupe | Cotm: 6/18
                    '91 318is slicktop project
                    '14 F15 X5 35d M Sport
                    '08 E91 328xi 6spd
                    '00 Tundra

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                      Here's a little update about the paint thing. I'm not going to have the time for this but I hope someone else does. This is a really good deal.

                      Originally posted by JesseStacks View Post
                      im down, it would basically work like this, i collect a pro rated(deducted from my labor cost) 100-150 deposit from 4-5 people or more just depends i fly out, see all the cars, make a game plan, fly out again in 2-3 weeks with a schedule and plan for each car, this will give people time to plan out the projects. and it gives me time to set a plan for my guys here at my shop. I could possibly bring my work force with me or at least one worker.

                      i can do it all from bodywork to paint but i will require help with simple things, (trim removal, moldings, and such) not that i cant do it but thats time i can spend on the body/paint

                      what i need you guys to do is find a place for me to work.

                      there was one guy who mentioned that he had a spray booth ? that would be perfect but like i said i would need to make one trip for planning and one for actual work.

                      i have done similar jobs in the past but it has been in state, for muscle cars and such.

                      with proper planning its totally scooby doo-able



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                        Sounds like a huge hassle

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                          I see many ways that deal could go wrong!
                          clutchCTRL!
                          Move with a purpose.
                          - 1991 325iX 4dr/5spd
                          - 1976 2002 SlickTop/2.7i M20/G260
                          - 2000 323i AT
                          2016 Mazda CX3 Sport AWD

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                            $800 won't even buy PPG base/clear let alone primer.

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                              Hey fellers, track season is coming up, and I wanna start replacing my suspension bushings out.

                              My main question is, Is delrin or polyurethane better? Condor speed shop has delrin (I think), while rev shift has polyurethane. I plan to do the RTAB's, subframe, diff, front M3 CAB's, etc.

                              What do you guys think?
                              -Brad, AlphaTeam Motorwerks, LLC
                              91' 318iS - S54/6MT Swapped
                              08' E90 M3 6MT - Daily
                              04' Chevy Duramax CCLB - Work Truck/Hauler


                              Originally posted by IronJoe
                              Alpha Team: running through e30s, gringo icebergs, and 19 yr olds.

                              Originally posted by 2mAn
                              Brads a standup guy even though he likes buttsex

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                                Poly is the best, but expect some roughness and noisiness from the rear end.
                                Autobahn Motorsport - Restoration and Service - Portland, Oregon
                                503.967.3800
                                '72 2002 pickup | '88 M5 | '89 330is | '89 M3 | '01 Z3M | '11 328xi-t

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