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    1989 730i, 1994 318ti.

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  1. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    M52TU 528i ECU set £50

    ECU, EWS box and key chip, perfect condition. 50 quid.
  2. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    BREAKING 1999 V 540i Auto TOURING E39

    Seats are sold.
  3. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    E28 in Mission Impossible - Fallout

    Never noticed the single pipe! The shine on the wheel rims look like that one has Rial basketweave wheels on as well.
  4. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    E28 in Mission Impossible - Fallout

    Lethal Weapon - the car used in the chase was an M6, the one that went upside down through a shop window was an old E12 based 630CSi. That fit made a lot of money, but the producers weren't going to wreck an expensive car when a cheap nail could be trashed instead. The car TC is sat in above isn't an M5 - it looks bloody lovely though. All the details and twin pipes mean it's a 528i with a half hearted dechrome job and M5 wheels added. Other pics off the car show the door shuts are all that non M5 green.
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    E28 in Mission Impossible - Fallout

    I can only upload the tiniest photos here (why?) but here;s a bigger pic: https://www.bmwblog.com/2018/08/08/i-really-miss-my-old-e28-5-series-and-i-blame-you-tom-cruise/
  6. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    E28 in Mission Impossible - Fallout

    BMW never made a single M5 in Smaragdgrun (Emerald green) 182, let alone four. It was available on regular E28'as though. Emerald green is the more goldy version of Platanen green, no M5's in that colour either. The only green used was Agate, an early version of Malachite. The 'M5' in Ronin wasn't, and the E60 M5's in one of the later Fast and Spurious films were 545i manuals, most of which were converted autos. I'm not sure a film company is going to destroy four 50 grand M5's when a £4000 528i will do. The car in this photos is as much of an M5 as I am. Wrong colour, no front apron extension, no plastic arch spats. The wheels are almost certainly M5 though.
  7. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    Twin Solex Carb problem

    Does it still have the 1600 four cylinder or a 911 engine now?
  8. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    ABS module - repair or new replacement?

    No, but it's Andrew Page. They'll be more $$$ now of course.
  9. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    Glow plugs again...

    My Hitachi one failed in under a month.
  10. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    E60 530d low MPG

    If the glow plug controller has failed, the DPF can't regen. Do not fit a Hitachi controller, they are absolute shite. Mine lasted a month. BMW or Beru (OE) only, or you will be doing the job twice.
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    ABS module - repair or new replacement?

    Andrew Page Ltd supply a new 001 (ASC) ECU init for 200 quid or so last time I looked. They are plug and play as well. DSC ones (002 or 005) are a fair bit more and require coding on the car due to the steering angle sensor. Shame, I sold a complete recon DSC unit for 100 quid last week.
  12. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    Twin Solex Carb problem

    They won't be Solexes on a 1972 911 - the late '71 onwards 2.4T had Webers or Zeniths. Solexes were used until mid 1966 but they were so utterly shit that Porsche gave up with them. These Solexes don't have a float chamber anyway but supply and scavenge pumps. Some 1971 cars with the 2.2 engine had triple choke Zeniths but again, they're crap. They're made from monkey metal, warp and go porous. For reliability, a new pair of Weber 40IDA's is required.
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    BREAKING 1999 V 540i Auto TOURING E39

    Sorry no. Not much left to go; - Nav kit, old type with cassette player next to it. £50 for all the bits and wiring cuts. I doubt you'll retro fit but good for spares - V8 Steering box £30, Servotronic type. - MAF £30 - Fuel pump £20 - Front electric heated memory Comfort leather seats (black). tested and the motors work and they seemed to wear up as well, memory buttons, plugs and loom cuts. A fair bit of work to fit. These are comfort seats with the adjusting backrests. £100 the pair with the various bits. - Air con condenser, £20 - Rear suspension air pump £30
  14. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    BREAKING 1999 V 540i Auto TOURING E39

    Alternator and rear brakes sold. Brakes apart, I'm astounded that I've sold nothing else on here.
  15. Sir Anthony Regents-Park

    BREAKING 1999 V 540i Auto TOURING E39

    Engine sold. Not much of this left now. Much may be hitting the skip: Nav kit, old type with cassette player next to it. £60 for all the bits and wiring cuts. I doubt you'll retro fit but good for spares Rear brakes £50 - almost new rear discs and very good clean calipers and new pads. They may already be sold. Alternator £60 - water cooled type. Steering box £50, Servotronic type. MAF £30 Fuel pump £20 Front electric heated memory Comfort leather seats (black). tested and the motors work and they seemed to wear up as well, memory buttons, plugs and loom cuts. A fair bit of work to fit. These are comfort seats with the adjusting backrests. £100 the pair with the various bits. Radiator, very good cond, looks like a genuine one. £40. Air con condenser, £20 Rear suspension air pump £30
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