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    1989 730i, 1994 318ti, 1997 318i Touring.
  1. E34 535i Sport manual breaking. 1990 G reg.

    Sump and instrument cluster sold, ECU and engine loom may well be. LSD cleaned up and looking good. If anyone wants the shell at the end let me know before it gets weighed in. I just want scrap value for it. It will most likely have the doors and boot, suspension etc.
  2. FFS!

    Wankers. (them, not you) They're all going to be fucking cyclists as well.
  3. E34 535i Sport manual breaking. 1990 G reg.

    To add: I can do the interior with standard (non Sport) front seats with fold down armrests for £225. A couple of the door cards will need the inserts re-gluing, standard E34 stuff.
  4. E34 535i Sport manual breaking. 1990 G reg.

  5. E34 535i Sport manual breaking. 1990 G reg.

    Complete car in Diamond black with black leather trim (sport seats), manual adjust (non electric) with through load rear seats. The leather is in really nice condition. I'm tempted to put the front seats in my E32. Stood for at least 10 years outside so body is grim. It won't start due to the rings being stuck and not enough compression to get going. I've had the lid off and the head is nice inside with a very good cam. Mileage is about 140'000. Wheels are some nasty E46 7 spoke 17's with shit tyres. Definitely a breaker and definitely not selling complete! Head with good cam and rockers £275 Block - suitable for rebuild £100 Sump - £80 SOLD Engine loom - standard type and not the electronic throttle type £100 Gearbox - £450 on its own with linkage or £800 with prop, flywheel and manual conversion bits. Prop £100 Diff £350 - Fully cleaned up and painted, I've had the back cover off and it looks good. Interior - front and rear seats, door cards (at least one needs the centre bit regluing), carpets etc. £400. Front seats only £300. Racing Dynamics Steering wheel and gear knob £250 the pair. Not in bad nick at all and now ultra rare. Wiper rack £80. Slight play but not the usual nightmare. OBC kit £50 Bonnet £100 Bodykit - Front and rear bumpers, side sills etc. Needs painting but no nastiness and towing eye covers are all there. £400 Instrument Cluster £125 SOLD Rad £50 ECU £90 Air flow meter £70 Quiet heater fan £40 Steering box (remarkably good) £100 Rest of the bits are here - orange indicators, lights, sunroof panel, keys and lock set end so on. May be a couple of decent doors, bootlid is nasty, exhaust scrap, brakes and suspension are all Titanic spec and probably best left on the shell when it gets weighed. No bargains here I'm afraid but it's rare stuff now and I'm greedy. Pics to follow in the next few days.
  6. E34 steering wheel

  7. Recommend a commuter car

    Or a Volvo C30 for under 2 grand with low mileage? https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201711081075496?price-to=2500&postcode=ng174gt&radius=1501&sort=sponsored&model=C30&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly New&onesearchad=New&fuel-type=Petrol&make=VOLVO&advertising-location=at_cars&page=1
  8. Recommend a commuter car

    May be a bit big, but a nice thing. Why pay more? https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201710110175895?make=HONDA&radius=1500&sort=price-desc&price-to=2500&postcode=ng174gt&model=ACCORD&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly New&onesearchad=New&advertising-location=at_cars&fuel-type=Petrol&quantity-of-doors=5&page=1
  9. Recommend a commuter car

    No need to spend anything like 8 grand. £2500 these buys buys a good reliable car with loads of life in it. Look also at the Volvo C30, a nice wee thing that looks good and drives well. 2.0 petrols are unwanted but still good.
  10. Recommend a commuter car

    Petrol Honda Accord or Civic, two grand buys one with years of life left. Forget German stuff, it's not reliable enough and costs a fortune to fix. Volvos like the one above are a rebodied Mark 2 Focus built in Holland. Toyota Corollas are good too, typical Japanese, does what it needs to for folk who don't care about cars. Look also at 8-9 year old Kias C'eeds, decent cars with old Jap tech.
  11. E34 steering wheel

    Just a bog standard SRS airbag type but in really nice nick. £40 plus post.
  12. fictional discounts?

    I made a decision never to use Cotswold after I stood like a lemon in the service dept for 15 minutes, being studiously ignored. My local Sytners do me just fine.
  13. Any watch Fans if so let’s see them

    I almost never wear a watch. With smartphones they're almost obsolete now. I think I paid £1400 for my GMT and £800 for the Datejust but, as values are only going one way (they've doubled since 2002), I won't be selling them too soon.
  14. Any watch Fans if so let’s see them

    1983 GMT Master with black bezel and 1967 Datejust. Both owned for many years.