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Old 09-03-2002, 12:12 PM
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Anyone know of a good web site to search for replacement BMW parts or parts off of wrecked BMWs.


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Old 09-03-2002, 03:55 PM
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Try this! I used them a couple of times very helpfull staff.
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Old 09-03-2002, 05:04 PM
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BMW has a club. It costs about a hundred bucks a year to belong. I used to belong but I haven't had a BMW in quite a while. Go to any good BMW dealer and they will have an application for the club. When you join you will get a monthly magazine which has an extensive classified section, every thing you possibly think of is listed.

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Old 09-03-2002, 05:20 PM
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if you want you can call me at 407-850-6000. One of my customers is the largest suppliers of used BMW parts in the southeast. They actually bring brand new cars there to be crushed Something about acid rain or if a battery explodes on a car hauler every car under is taken off the market. But they are the factory authorized dealer here in the south. Maybe I can help you. Funny they think BMW stands for Break More Windows
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I've had good luck ordering hubcaps, decals, etc from They also have more serious parts, but I've not tried them for that.

Pachangiasomethingoranother here or the board suggested a source in the SouthEast for parts when Too Old and I had questions on our BMW's. I have not followed up yet, but will when finally get around to that repair. (Fixing the boat takes priority, as long as the boss puts up with that). This source may be the same gmhdfan posted about. A search on BWM here on the board will get you the post from Too Old.
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