jut 535i

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jut 535i last won the day on December 21 2015

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    e60 525d sport/ e28 m535i/e46 330d sport touring

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  1. Welcome along, nice looking car in a good colour (may be a little biased lol!), wheels look good, nice to see something a little different.
  2. Looking really good, keep us updated
  3. Thanks for that G man, I did actually source an led replacement light bar from the states and it did come to life and looked great but then went out the next day and it had gone out again?! The original board I removed from the obc also looked fine on removal.
  4. I too have had this issue after I put my car away for the winter a couple of years ago as well as the econometer working intermittently. As soon as the speedo started working again so too would the obc illumination and econometer, after a couple of days everything went back to normal apart from the illumination on the obc which has refused to work ever since? There clearly must be a link but as nearly everything is working again I don't really know what else to try?
  5. Tell us some more about it, looks a nice example
  6. Welcome along fella
  7. I have a period blaupunkt but sent it away and had it converted to work with iPod so then you get to keep the retro looks with the benefit of playing all your favourite tunes from one source.
  8. Think I put meyle on mine but also put poly bushes in as well as replacing arb bushes all round drop links, and track rods to tighten the whole thing up and eliminate wobble/shimmying etc. as said good time to check struts etc.
  9. next week will be fitting new starter motor which should solve the intermittent starting issues I've been having. A few jobs for the winter hopefully include a new sunroof panel and repainting the bonnet along with a bit more undersealing etc to the underside and maybe replacing the brake pipes and fitting a six branch manifold.
  10. A few more minor jobs done recently, rear lights repainted, all in one gear knob/gaiter re covered in nappa as well as steering wheel recovered in nappa also.
  11. To be honest my insurer would only accept the independent assesors valuation in order to commit to an agreed value which annoyed me at the time but having said that I'm glad I went down that route.
  12. Gary, definitely get yours revalued. I had to get mine valued this time last year and although it was a ball ache (had to pay £120 for and independent assessor who was a member of an approved body), it was well worth it. I was very sceptical as the old boy really knew his stuff and was telling me how he goes out to value Astons etc and as much as I love my car I know it's not a low mileage concourse car. He was round for about an hour, went round it with a micrometer taking paint depth readings etc, I even had to take him out in it but was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. He went away, studied various ads for others etc and then typed up a very thorough report which was interesting and of course gave me his opinion of its value. It makes no real difference to me but it is piece of mind if something were to happen to it, I would also add that yours looks a lovely example.