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Yes, I made an error :) (eom) (archive)

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Posted by Steve on September 14, 2000 at 10:43:28:

In Reply to: I have NR white face they are stick on like the posted by stock face....Mark///97M3 on September 13, 2000 at 22:19:17:

Hey gruppe,

I'm not a regular on this board so I'll introduce myself. My name is Steve Reed and I'm from Tennessee. I'm an E30 owner. I organized a group purchase for white gauges for E30's not long ago and everyone was very happy. Then some E36 owners said they were interested so I did a little looking. What I found was NRauto.com. Most of you are probably familiar with them. I've heard good things from the BMW community about their stuff. So here's what they can do...

The E36 gauges normally sell for $159. For a group order of 10 or more the price drops to $135. They have gauges for 92+ E36 cars in the following colors: white, yellow, parchment, aluminum. Here is a picture from their website:


Though they don't supply a picture for the E36 M3 gauges, you can imagine how they look (identical except for the ///M differences). For M3 owners the *parchment* color is not available. These are plastic gauge face replacements, not some cheap stick-on thing.

That's really all there is to it. If you guys are interested please email me at the provided address and specify what model you've got. I'll compile everyone who's interested and if we get 10 people together (which I'm sure we will) we'll go from there. They can probably ship directly to you but if not, I'll have them all come to me and for another $5 or so they'll come from my place.

Don't hesitate to email me with questions.

Steve
'87 325iS undergoing engine upgrade
Smokey Mountain Chapter CCA

The picture below is an example of an E30 gauge from my previous group purchase. It's not from NRauto - it's just to show what we did last time.






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