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Old 07-15-2012, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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When I order parts, most suppliers dont have a clue about the 1993 320i

I was wondering if someone can tell me why when i order parts for my bmw320i e36 1993. they never heard of that model. They say to me that they know about the 318 and 325 but not the 320i... I dont see many 320i e36 sedan

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Welcome to Bimmerwerkz.

Where do you live? The 320i wasnt very common, and mostly seen in Europe. North America got the 318i.

What suppliers have you tried? If your Stateside, you should try BimmerSpecialist.com. They have specific part number lookup so you can find your parts that way. They have a ton of OEM parts for pretty good prices.
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Thanks. I live in Toronto canada
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Well then you definitley should be shopping at BimmerSpecialist.ca

I pretty much get all my OEM parts from them. They have great prices and almost everything i have needed in stock. They ship Monday/Wednesday/Friday, but if order sunday it ships monday and i have it by friday. The last two orders i made (both over $150) was $10 ground shipping.
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