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Markroywebsterhutton
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M635csi

Post by Markroywebsterhutton » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:33 am

Morning guys, does anyone know where I can lay my hands on a battery box for a 1986 m635csi and a boot carpet ? I need the bit of carpet that goes behind the number plate in the boot

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Re: M635csi

Post by Soperman » Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:49 am

Hi Mark,
Am I correct in assuming we met at the Ace Café a couple of weeks back, with very similar cars parked close to each other?
You might have some success sourcing your missing bits from this chap in Scotland called Boyd.

http://bavarianretro.com/blog/

He's here on bigcoupe, and goes by the name of "cecotto479."

Alternatively, bigcoupe user and moderator "Ron" has more than a few bits and pieces for your car. He's based in South Wales.
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Re: M635csi

Post by Dan101smith » Tue Sep 20, 2016 12:02 pm

Soperman wrote:
You might have some success sourcing your missing bits from this chap in Scotland called Boyd.
You also ::might not::

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Re: M635csi

Post by ron » Tue Sep 20, 2016 3:35 pm

Markroywebsterhutton wrote:Morning guys, does anyone know where I can lay my hands on a battery box for a 1986 m635csi and a boot carpet ? I need the bit of carpet that goes behind the number plate in the boot
Your location??
They are ALWAYS rustier than you thought!!!!!!
'85 M #228
'87 M #367
'88 High line.
'80 735i
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Markroywebsterhutton
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Re: M635csi

Post by Markroywebsterhutton » Tue Sep 20, 2016 3:44 pm

Soperman wrote:Hi Mark,
Am I correct in assuming we met at the Ace Café a couple of weeks back, with very similar cars parked close to each other?
You might have some success sourcing your missing bits from this chap in Scotland called Boyd.

http://bavarianretro.com/blog/

He's here on bigcoupe, and goes by the name of "cecotto479."

Alternatively, bigcoupe user and moderator "Ron" has more than a few bits and pieces for your car. He's based in South Wales.
That's right you have the minter !! mines not quite so mint but very fast

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Re: M635csi

Post by Soperman » Tue Sep 20, 2016 4:11 pm

Good to see you made it onto bigcoupe.com, Mark.

As I said before, this is probably the best resource for knowledge, parts, help, advice and enthusiasm for E24's you will find anywhere. But you can help others to help you further by amending your profile to show your location, and perhaps also the details of your car.

Good luck sourcing your carpet bits. Having read the previous posts and links, I would first of all be getting in touch with "ron" if I were you.
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Re: M635csi

Post by Markroywebsterhutton » Fri Sep 23, 2016 7:15 am

ron wrote:
Markroywebsterhutton wrote:Morning guys, does anyone know where I can lay my hands on a battery box for a 1986 m635csi and a boot carpet ? I need the bit of carpet that goes behind the number plate in the boot
Your location??
Sorry Ron I'm a forum virgin my address has been added

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Re: M635csi

Post by wab_jr » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:01 pm

Unless you live close by and can pick up parts in person, I would run from Bavarian Retro Cars/Boyd Beattie/Cecotto as fast as my bow-legs could carry me!
Read my review in the buyers & sellers feedback here on bigcoupe. I am not the only victim; look at his Facebook page under Bavarian Retro Cars:
https://www.facebook.com/bavarianretro/

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