In Reply to: Re: Hey, Huzurdd ... posted by B. Wheaton on June 07, 2001 at 23:08:08:
Where in No. Cal are you? I'm in Sunnyvale and would entertain the idea of buying a "like new carpet" for the right price. I know BMP sells the carpet and rear seat pieces for about $300 total. What are you asking for yours?
And if you live in the Bay Area, how come you've never been out with us other local E30 M3s ;^)
Thanks and take care.
1989 E30 M3
My buddy was thinking of picking it up. But he hasn't made up his mind. I don't really like selling used things. Because then people complain it isn't perfect or something. So I don't really know what you want to do. The carpet was proffesional cleaned before I took it out. I didn't want dirt flying around when I was replacing it. As mentioned the area around the blower is difficult to move carpet around. I ended up cutting as close to the blower as possible that little section of the carpet. I almost did the same to the new one to ease installation as the center console covers it up. Do you live in the SF bay area (northern California)? Perhaps you can come buy and check it out. The carpet is clean with no wear or tears other than the section I removed. I'm not really fussing over the carpet as my new one is my main concern as well as the other peices which are all on order. Hopefully some of the interior bits will show up tomorrow. Sorry for being vague just haven't thought that far ahead:-)
What'd you do with the old carpet? Is it still intact ... in good condition? I'm in the process of upgrading my pearl beige "is" sport interior to a natur-colored one with E30 M3 seats. I've already done the door panels and replace the rear seat (the fronts are covered with sheepskins). If your natur carpet is still clean (or cleanable) and intact, maybe we can do a deal. Let me know.