WTB: Donor E9 in UK/Europe

Christopher

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I've previously seen the lurid blue coupe he's selling on Ebay.

Is it a RHD car ? - it cuts down his available market if so. Any clues to the vin / registration ?
 

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Is it up for sale at the moment? I did see it on carandclassic.co.uk, but that was some time ago, mid August.

From memory I think it was the white one he possibly got last summer, but he was always the type to talk the talk, so it could have been any car!
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I don't have much more info then that.
The rocker cover and floor matts have the company logo on them making it very recognisable.
 

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I have a bootlid that's needs to be repaired but is repairable(was planning on welding this up once the car is done)

Also have front and rear bumpers, rear light units and housings, some spare rear side glass, a 3.07 diff from an early e24. Maybe a few other bits.

Let me know if you struggle sourcing a donor vehicle that suits your needs and I'll see what I can do.
 

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  • I have:

  • Fuel system & tank- fuel tank from a Cs
  • Break system- I have rear brake bias valve
  • Heating system
  • Electrical system - complete guage cluseter- km speedo
  • Cooling system- header tank in brass
  • All glass & sun roof - sunroof + sunroof track
  • Two doors & boot lid-boot lid
  • All lights & lenses, front, back and internal -yes
  • All seats, centre console, dash board and front & back shelf- all seats and part of dash
  • Steering rack, prop shaft & diff-yes
  • Badges, chrome trim, bumpers, grill- all the chrome that you cannot buy today and headlight grills.
+ much more
>Fuel filler door
interior chrome/interior handles/lights etc
 

frogisland

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I just came across this advert and sent it to @Someday …….still a real tedious job trying to buy a car overseas with possible language hurdles and logistic problems……not to forget the new Brexit rules and import taxes.


Also a number of private vehicle transporters……last time we sent an e9 shell to the UK, it was around 1000€
just an example….I recon UK would have similar private transporters on hand too.

Those cars/parts are sold and already on the way to the buyer.
 

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Their are some members on here that have been ripped off by Classic automotive legends owner ,
And have very similar stories to your self , but these members are embarrassed to come forward for personal reasons…

This maybe be right or wrong … but we need to respect their decision !!!
 

Someday

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Many thanks Wes, no hadn't seen it.
I've started a parts list, so I'll have a look at what's on offer.
 

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Hi all,

I've possibly found a CS donor. As mine is a CSI just wondering is there much use or is it hard to use a CS engine as a donor on a CSI car.
 

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My engine needs a fair few pieces
 

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