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Hasegawa '72/'73 Bmw 2002tii


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Just finished my 72/73 2002 tii. The missing inner door handles are scratch built and the trim on the door panels is made from evergreen stripes. 

Added fog lights, rear speaker and mud flaps. Everything to find in the BMW accessory catalogFB_IMG_1506775359092.thumb.jpg.f859c6d04FB_IMG_1506775370235.thumb.jpg.e68435d3fFB_IMG_1506775375495.thumb.jpg.19b2a215cFB_IMG_1506775315489.thumb.jpg.d97639af7FB_IMG_1506775335224.thumb.jpg.68fa9a486FB_IMG_1506775414757.thumb.jpg.1eda5e421FB_IMG_1506775410154.thumb.jpg.ee61db04c

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It looks like you could get in and drive off. Very impressive arm rest/door pulls. I like the hat in the back seat, little thing like this add a great deal to the appearance.

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It looks like you could get in and drive off. Very impressive arm rest/door pulls. I like the hat in the back seat, little thing like this add a great deal to the appearance.

What he said x2!

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Very Nice! One of my Teachers had a Burgundy one back in the day. I just placed an order for a kit. Your build is the one that put it over the top for me. I plan to do some of the same interior mods to my build. That is when I get around to it.:D

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