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Old 12-08-2006, 03:51 AM   #1
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Default WTB: Front End Parts - Wrecked my 318ti

Wrecked my TI last night doing my service calls. Rear ended a jeep at about 50mph, but avoided a direct collision by swerving. No frame damage!

Mechanical parts damaged:
Control arm (driver's side)
Wheel (driver's side front) Possibly after market? Say's extreme on it!
Strut assembly (driver's side front)


Body parts damaged:
Hood
Bumper cover and trim
Headlight Housing (driver's side)
Nose Panel and grill inserts
Fog Lights (both)
Signal Lights (driver's side)
Fender (driver's side)
Mirror (driver's side)
Door (driver's side)
Windshield
Steering Wheel (airbag deployed)
Plastic Fender Well (driver's side)
Brake Ducts (both sides I think)

I am planning on upgrading some of the parts with better, or more stylish ones for example, M3 Bumper cover, etc.

Anybody that wishes to help with my new baby can reply here! Thank you!

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Still looking for most of the parts listed above.

The car drives now, so that's a major plus!
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Sorry to hear that mate I know how it feels.

good luck with the makeover.
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:20 AM   #4
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I have a front bumper cover(not M-tech), a driver's side mirror(both hellrot), headlight and the amber turnsignal lights if you want any of them, just let me know. sorry about the accident man, it looks pretty bad, atleast you're alright though.
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you're lucky you didn't crack your windshield
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I have an airbag for you. Let me know if you need it still.
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I have:
Front bumper cover, headlight, side mouldings, airbag with steering wheel.

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Still looking for most of the parts listed above.

The car drives now, so that's a major plus!
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Oh I have my old bumper cover it has small crack on the top. Some scratches on the bottom.
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you're lucky you didn't crack your windshield
Oh I did crack it! Thanks everyone for your support!
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i say you and me go halfies on a ti? You can take everything on the driver side, and ill take everything i need from the passenger side, how does that sound? LoL, im not sure whos damage is worse, yours or mine, check my sig for link.

Thats messed up, if anyone has a front bumper, let me get it since i posted first
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i say you and me go halfies on a ti? You can take everything on the driver side, and ill take everything i need from the passenger side, how does that sound? LoL, im not sure whos damage is worse, yours or mine, check my sig for link.

Thats messed up, if anyone has a front bumper, let me get it since i posted first
It's a tough call on which is worse. I did wreck my hood, you got lucky there. My windshield is smashed. My strut is possibly bent (i hope) otherwise it's frame damage umm.. well I'm thinking M3 front bumper.

Speaking of...

Is the Polyurethane M3 front bumper on Ebay any good?
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