1974 BMW CSE

Candia4441

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Took it out for a drive the other day for some photos. Everyone who passed by loved it and a few asked if they'd be seeing it on BAT soon. No, I'm not selling it. Of course, no one knew that it was all Tesla under the covers. I have a punch list 50 items long of things to fix and finish. I lost gumption for a couple of weeks and I hate to tear the dash apart again to finish the instrumentation and HVAC but will dig in again soon. In the meantime...

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Hello, you have completed one of a kind E9 I would say one of a kind BMW and you are very good father that you did all of this hard work for your daughter I don't know how old she is but when my daughter first start USC I bought her a brand new Audi A4 5speed back then all youngsters loved that Audi A4 but what you have for your daughter, Audi A4 is nothing compare to this one of a kind E9 I thing she is very happy with this car it is very nice car I thing if this car hit the BAT price tag will be over 250K however you are one talented guy, good luck with your CSE
 

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How does one get the interior review mirror to snap back in? The spring on those detents is strong. My thumbs are sore.

Oh, and anyone doing a full resto -- don't forget to mount the rearview mirror support plate to the roof (three screws) BEFORE you do the headliner and mount the visor panel. Doh!
 
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