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      02-12-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
LateBraking
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Drives: Porsche 911
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FS: What I Have Left

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Hi guys,

As many of you guys know, I'm parting out the car and selling it. Most of the stuff is already spoken for/sold/pending sale to people I know personally that descended down upon my car's mods like a pack of hungry vultures, but I'd like to list what I have left over at what I think are some pretty low prices. Note: I'm not holding stuff for people. First to meet me and hand over payment is the legitimate buyer. (Exception: Local pick-up people get priority over shipping people. I have to give them at least a small chance to actually meet me and all.

For Sale:
Delrin Shift Knob - $40
Autosolutions Short Shift Lever + Delrin Carrier Bushings - $170
Macht Schnell Floor Mounts AND seatbelt receptacle brackets for both drivers side AND passengers side - $350

Pending:

Sold:
Drivers Side Schroth Quick Fit Harness HANS Version
Gloss Black Mirror Caps
Gruppe M Intake
Dinan Chargepipe
Illuminated ZCP Knob
OEM Shift Boot
OEM BMW Performance CF Front Splitters
Dinan Toe Links
BMW Performance Steering Wheel



The Macht Schnell floor mounts are very, very new. I had them for like 1000 miles. They retail for $225 for one side of a car, my price is for both drivers and passenger sides. The seatbelt receptacle brackets also retail for $99 each.

The delrin shift knob I bought from BimmerWorld. It was 89 bucks plus shipping. I used it for about 3,000 miles. Dildo jokes aside, I really like this knob.

Finally, the Autosolutions short shift lever + Rogue Engineering delrin carrier bushings. The short shift lever was $300, and the bushings were $25 a pair plus shipping (needed two pairs so $50). Unlike other SSK's, this kit uses the stock carrier and is just a lever, but it uses a steel cartridge with a solid metal ball bearing. Combined with the delrin bushings, this made for very, very accurate and mechanical shifts. I liked it much better than my Rogue Engineering SSK. Don't think many people have it (like a lot of stuff I had on my car ), but I highly recommend it.



That's about it, if I missed anything I'll post it too. I'll take photos of everything as the shop actually gets all the stuff off. Thanks for looking fellas.


Last edited by LateBraking; 03-23-2013 at 02:20 AM.