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  • 03-25-2005, 07:55 PM
    Murray Fowler

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    Try this:
    go to your nearest heating/air conditioning supply store--they have thin aluminum tape with strong adhesive background that I have used very successfully to cover the reflective surfaces in turn signals and all surfaces in the tail-lights--reflective qualities are superior to original--and will withstand up to 450 degrees F--has worked great for me on an '02, CS and Bav over 7 years
  • 02-28-2005, 11:44 AM
    andy tomas

    Re: Ignore my post. I just re-read your post and

    thats ok Kirk. iv done it a few times
  • 02-18-2005, 06:01 PM
    molebusterlizzee

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    Hi..Does anyone have L fr. door lathes {1 on door 1on B pillar..to close door.And L fr. turn sig. lens..73 bavaria Thanx andy
  • 01-19-2005, 05:26 PM
    Velocewest

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    Padraic, email me off list and I will give you a contact in your area who may have some of what you need.

    Tony

    simsanthony AT comcast DOT net
  • 01-18-2005, 01:06 AM
    Clarence

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    I just recently started up my 73and renewed the tags. I will be aprting it out probably this summer. I have a 71 5speed I am keeping. It was in an accident in the front an the PO gave it to me because the insurance company did not want it
  • 01-08-2005, 03:53 PM
    molebusterlizzee

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    HI Clarence do you have the L front turn sg. lens? and front r armrest ??? andy
  • 12-08-2004, 11:43 AM
    Padraic Odea '73 Bav Bizmark

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    Clarence,
    I'm stationed in WA state but will be xfering to Maine. I'm pretty sure that I can use some parts
  • 10-27-2004, 05:22 PM
    Clarence

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    Where are you located? I am in Maryland and have a 73 Bav I may be parting out.
  • 10-19-2004, 11:05 PM
    dsolson

    Re: 1973 Bavaria repair parts

    For new parts that you need, contact these people:
    http://www.wallothnesch.com

    I would suggest the Senior Six Registery as a parts source. Many cars have been parted by these people. A word of caution, do not be easily offended, The Registry is good people, but they do not put up attitudes.
    http://www.seniorsix.org/index.html

    Dale
  • 10-19-2004, 08:43 AM
    teetzelk

    Ignore my post. I just re-read your post and

    realized that you actually need to replace the whole thing. Sorry. Kirk T
    1985 Euro 635 (in pieces)
    1970 2800CS
  • 10-19-2004, 08:42 AM
    teetzelk

    You can always try this...


    Eastwood has a product that can restore the reflection of the light. I haven't tried it but I can say that Eastwood is a good company and I like most of the products they sell. It may be worth a shot.Kirk T
    1985 Euro 635 (in pieces)
    1970 2800CS
  • 10-17-2004, 05:23 PM
    Padraic Odea

    1973 Bavaria repair parts

    Hello,

    I need MANY replacement parts for '73 Bavaria "Graf Zeppelin". Of key importance are all around light gels for the indicators. The reflective parabolic in the front indicators has oxidized away so I nedd completely new units.

    Does anyone have parts and repair information and links?

    Thank you,
    Padraic Odea
    BMW CCA# 296837
    [email protected]

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