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.
Performance Steering Wheel (Yellow Stripe White Stitching) - $350
Delrin Shift Knob - $40
Dinan Toe Links - $250
Autosolutions Short Shift Lever + Delrin Carrier Bushings - $170
Macht Schnell Floor Mounts Pair - $250
OEM BMW Performance CF Front Splitters - $230
Drivers Side Schroth Quick Fit Harness HANS Version
Gloss Black Mirror Caps
Gruppe M Intake
Illuminated ZCP Knob
OEM Shift Boot
The performance wheel I've had for about 7,000 miles. The alcantara is a bit dirty but otherwise no real wear on it. FOR 6MT. Retails for $800.
The Macht Schnell floor mounts are very, very new. I had them for like 1000 miles. They retail for $225 a side of a car, my price is for both drivers and passenger sides.
The Dinan Toe Links I am the second owner. I bought them from someone else. However, I never installed them on my car. They just sat there on my garage floor, and now I'm selling my car. Bought it for $300, selling it for $250.
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.
The OEM splitters have a few small scrapes on the bottom, nothing crazy and nothing visible unless you get under the car. It also has a clearbra on it, albeit it's a pretty crappy clearbra job. Might want to take it off, or leave it on, up to you. Retails for $400.
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.