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#1 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 06:22 PM
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Travis here. I live in Memphis Tn and just today picked up a 90 model 325i. A gentleman gave it to me when i fixed his truck. The starter is shot and there's an oil leak somewhere near it. I'm looking forward to reading up about these cars and meeting some of you along the way. Thanks for the site and for any future help/advice .
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#2 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 06:36 PM
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Welcome to the Werkz. Sounds like a good deal if there aren't too many issues to overcome.


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most of the issues are interior cosmetics (door panels, window motors etc). I figured the best way to change the starter would be to pull the intake manifold so while im in there im gonna just drop the transmission and put the motor on my engine stand and install some new gaskets (oil pan, valve cover, rear main seals, intake gasket), hoses, belts and test what i can on it to make sure its all working while its apart.

I'm going to use this to drive back and forth to work each day while I put my 95 Ford thunderbird up for a much needed overhaul .

One of the Junk yards near me has around 20 of these bmw's so I'm going to go picking early this next week to see if i can find any treasure!
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Welcome aboard! Its so good that you joined here.Its a very good and friendly site.
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