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2001 330i Trim replacement? I have the stupid wood look and I would like a metal or dark look. Ebay only has carbon fiber ones or wood ones... any help? Anyone have the metal look and want the wood? lets trade?!

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Thank you... I guess I coulda searched the net, but I was tired of getting the fake shit websites...


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circlebmw or pacificbmw....there are no substitute


these two are the best for OEM parts. you can also get the internet discount as well.

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K well i finally got around to looking through all those sites mentioned above and none of them have trim for inside. Am I missing something?

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http://www.circlebmw.com/parts/e46/e46-cat.htm (thats circlebmw)

usually, you call these places since they are all bmw dealers...not online shops.
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http://www.circlebmw.com/parts/e46/e46-cat.htm (thats circlebmw)

usually, you call these places since they are all bmw dealers...not online shops.
Thank you, I knew I must of missed something since 3 other people recommended those sites

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Upon further inspection the trim is pretty cheap?!? People on ebay want like 500 bucks for the metal look

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hmm i guess its cheap....

i mean for $405 for coupe trim, i thought it was a bit pricey.
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hmm i guess its cheap....

i mean for $405 for coupe trim, i thought it was a bit pricey.
405?!? Its only 220 for the Sedan pieces and there are more for the sedan...?!

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thats correct...sedan is cheaper.

coupes come with full armrests front and rear whereas sedans are just simple trim plates.
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