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  1. #1
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    Default Cleaning house! Audi and BMW parts, misc stuff cheap and FREE

    All items picked up in Rosemount or Eagan. Some prices negotiable, but be realistic. This shit is listed CHEAP.

    Two E30 M20 turbo manifolds. T3, no WG provision. One top mount, one bottom. $80 each
    E34 M50 oil pan. Had a drain bung in it, just tap the hole and throw a plug in it, or use the bung if you aren't running power steering and going forced induction. Interferes with PS pump: $20
    M52 Intake manifold: FREE






    E30 brake booster, nice cond: FREE
    E30 325e intake manifold: FREE
    E30 325e valve cover: FREE
    E30 early water pump, less than 5k on it: $5
    E30 radiator shroud: FREE



    Graber hitch-mount bike rack. Fits 2" receiver. Missing hardware for one of the trays. $20


    Bailey Motorsport diverter valves. Need service (o-rings replaced). $100


    E36/E39 6-puck stg3 clutch and flywheel. Clutch has plenty of life left and FW looks nice: $80
    Last edited by JTapper; 11-16-2013 at 08:10 PM.
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    You still have the bike hitch?

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    More stuff!
    ALL PRICES ARE OBO, I WANT THIS STUFF GONE!


    3" Summit Racing Glasspack, 18" overall: $20
    Awesome cardboard barrel (this has been around the block): FREE


    Old school HKS Electronic Boost controller, freshly rewired harness with new plugs: $100


    Beltronics Vector 965 Radar Detector. Some fading from sunlight on top, works great, haven't used since I got a V1: $50


    Innovate LC-1, BNIB, bought this several years ago for logging in my E30 but never used it. Comes prewired with calibration switch: $100


    M50 metal valve cover with brand new Elring gasket kit: $10


    E36 back half of driveshaft, joints tight, CSB rubber and bearing good: FREE


    3" silicone couplers, 90deg and 45deg. I paid something like $40/ea at Full Blown (thats was way too much IMO) VERY THICK: $25/ea or $40 for both



    ALL PRICES ARE OBO, I WANT THIS STUFF GONE!
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    That cardboard barrel is rumored to contain my hopes and dreams. Please be careful with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Stig View Post
    That cardboard barrel is rumored to contain my hopes and dreams. Please be careful with it.
    Haha! I think this one said "cat poop" on the lid when I got it, but I don't remember.

    I figure you took your hopes and dreams to ND with you, so this is no longer needed.
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    Ohhh yeah, you're right, the "Cat Poop" one held kitty litter. Not my hopes and dreams.

    So those must be around here somewhere.

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    I'm potentially interested in the boost controller if I can't get the Perrin electronic unit figured out on my shamebox.

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    Pmed.on radar twice but I don't see my message in my sent items?

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    I got them, just wasn't in a hurry to respond. Not keen on shipping for that price quite yet.
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    Baileys are sold, clutch/FW pending sale.
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    Let me know what works for you I can wiggle a little. it's just that holidays have me on a budget

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    Waiting on response. Thanks

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    Pmed for update. Bump

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    Clutch/FW is tempting, since mine are an unknown.. And I want that boost controller just because it's cool.

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