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Old 03-09-2019, 02:08 AM
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I think I have a set of Bavarian Autosport springs for the E39 around here somewhere. I've been lusting after them since my 1st car, the '75 2002. Wow. 32 yrs now.

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Somebody rip some of those how tos to a hard drive.
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Old 03-12-2019, 07:15 PM
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I think their videos are all hosted on YouTube.
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I think I have a set of Bavarian Autosport springs for the E39 around here somewhere. I've been lusting after them since my 1st car, the '75 2002. Wow. 32 yrs now.

Sad to see them go.
A 1975 2002: Now that was a car!! I still wish I had kept the car and not married the ex. That was the choice I was given and choose WRONG!!!!!! LOL.
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I didn't use them much because I hated their website store part.
Sad to see them go. I bought nearly all of my stuff at BavAuto over the last 3-4 years.

Their old website was kinda horrifying to look at but useable. Their new site was slick looking but I seemed to have trouble finding parts on the new site that I'm pretty sure they had in stock. Don't know if that hurt their sales. Couldn't have helped.
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Old 03-13-2019, 01:26 AM
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Awww Damn it! I remember lusting over their catalog that came to my door in the '90's. My e30 318i got a few needed parts. Another one now gone worth mention is BMP out of Tyler Texas. The "World Wide Web" turns 30, and the world as we know it changes....RIP
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