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Old 03-16-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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Thumbs down replacment parts

I found a cheap but rather beat up TI. I wondering how hard it would be to find random replacement parts for it.

for example it needs new

Hood and trunk struts

The trim along the passenger side of the car is missing

each door has a different key, is it possible to just replace the door handles?
any other solutions?
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Any e36 sedan hood will fit. Pick that up from a junkyard <$50 while your there you can get trunk shocks for peanuts. And you can get the side molding there pretty cheap. I would say call up your local yards and ask if they have any e36's and their prices. Then if ur prepaired to spend that money go for it. Don't forget to do some preventative maintenance on the car, too.
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