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Product description

Description: Coupe amp; M6 coupe. Roadster. Coupe, outer. Sedan, outer. Convertible. 2 door coupe. Station wagon. Sedan, sedan, 13.20mm. Convert new style, 4 door.

Replaces: BMW 51-47-1-840-960

3 Series E21: 1977-1983: 320i

7 Series E23:
1978-1984: 733i
1985-1986: 735i

3 Series E30:
1990-1992: 318i m42
1984-1985: 318i
1990-1991: 318is
1984-1988: 325e
1987-1991: 325i
1988-1990: 325ix
1987-1991: M3

7 Series E32:
1988-1992: 735i
1988-1992: 735iL
1993-1994: 740i
1993-1994: 740iL
1988-1994: 750iL

5 Series E34:
1991-1995: 525i m50
1989-1990: 525i
1993-1995: 530i
1989-1993: 535i
1993-1995: 540i
1991-1993: M5

3 Series E36:
1994-1996: 318i
1996-1998: 318i M44
1992-1995: 318iS
1996-1999: 318iS M44
1998-1999: 323i
1993-1995: 325i
1992-1995: 325iS
1996-1999: 328i
1995: M3
1996-1999: M3 3.2

8 Series E31:
1996-1997: 840Ci
1994-1995: 840i
1994-1995: 850CSi
1991-1994: 850Ci
1995-1997: 850Ci M37

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