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Ordnator last won the day on December 27 2016

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About Ordnator

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  • Birthday 02/23/1960

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Interests
    E28s, E28s & E28s
  • Occupation
    Ship Building

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    525e, 525e & 525e

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  1. Ordnator

    Wanted E3 Engine

    What about an M30B35 with motronic 1.3 for drivability? Regards, Mick
  2. Natural selection, do not mess with it...
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    Bodyshop in west mids

    Hey Andy, Any photos of your Eta? We like pictures Regards, Mick
  4. Ordnator

    Bodyshop in west mids

    Hi Andy, My Bronzitbeige Eta is with Steve at www.classicbahnstormers.com who is "weber magic" on this forum. Steve is based down near Cirencester. Regards, Mick
  5. Ordnator

    Shark Fans - Water Bottle

    For all you die hard Shark Fans: Regards, Mick
  6. Ordnator

    Shark Chair

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    Gambling....

    Never trust a fart...
  8. Ordnator

    Not receiving Forum email notifications

    Same here, no notifications from threads or PM's Regards, Mick
  9. Ordnator

    What have you done on your E34 Today

    ^^^^ + 1 Regards, Mick
  10. Ordnator

    E28 525e - Etas Ready to Deploy to Nova Scotia

    Hi Duncan, I went down the personal plate route and Nova Scotia give you 5 options to try for. My 5 preferences for a personal plate in priority order were: 1. D76 AGM 2. E28 ETA 3. BMW 525E 4. E28 BMW 5. BMW ETA Option 1 was available The rest as they say... Regards, Mick
  11. Ordnator

    E28 525e - Etas Ready to Deploy to Nova Scotia

    When I removed the UK rear plate from the Diamantschwartz Eta: The fixing holes were 230 mm between centers: Which fitted into the OEM holes which were fitted with two Plug in Nuts (part number 51.81.1.852.299) item 14: I went to the main stealers who sold me a North American license plate holding frame (part number 51.18.7.160.607): Which had fixing holes that were also 230 mm between centers: Which bolted up into the original OEM holes: Into the existing plug in nuts: Onto which the Nova Scotia plate fitted: I am blown away that a 1987 set of OEM license plate fitment holes for a UK spec car also appears to be a universal international fitment methodology that still works with a North American license plate 31 years later. How cool is that No requirement to drill any new holes (rust traps) into the body just a bolt off - bolt on direct replacement Regards, Mick
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