The BMW 2002 Salon 1968-1976

BMW 2002

Oxidized Aluminum Kit

The oxidized aluminum kit is for BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes, Volvo, Saab, Volkswagen, and many others.  This flexible deoxidizer lasts indefinitely.  After the surfaces are prepared following the directions on the included DVD, the deoxidizer is applied with the applicator using a flow on motion. The oxidized look immediately disappears, leaving an original factory look.

The kit includes all materials necessary to achieve a professional end result.


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$49.95 Plus $10.00 Shipping.

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     Rocker Panel Refinishing Kit            

Designed for BMW 3-5-7 Series

This highly pigmented, water based polymer is able to be brushed on because it is the consistency of water with an extraordinary ability to cover. Apply with a foam brush, included in the kit, for a seamless end result every time. Dries quickly, maintains detail, and leaves no brush strokes. No Spraying necessary. Kit includes Cleaner, Coating, Brushes, and instructional DVD.


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Production  1968–1976

Body style  2-door sedan


2002 (2-door)

The 2002 is one of BMW's most famous automobile models. Its popularity cemented the company's reputation for compact sporting sedans and served as forerunner of the BMW 3 Series.


Its 1990 cc engine produced 108 bhp (81 kW; 109 PS) in the 2002, and 130 bhp (97 kW; 132 PS) in the high-performance 2002tii,[citation needed] offering a top speed of 185 km/h (115 mph). The 2002ti (touring Internationale) is very rare, even more so than the 2002 turbo, as very few of these cars still survive. The 2002ti had two solex phh 40 side-draft carburettors and higher compression pistons resulting in 120 bhp (89 kW; 122 PS) and was made 68-71. The 2002ti was also very successful in racing and Hans Stuck won the Nurburgring 24-hour race in 1970, but the car also won many hill-climbs and rallies. The 2002 Turbo was launched at the 19732002 (2-door) Frankfurt Motor Show. BMW's, and Europe's first production turbo,[6] it produced 170 hp (127 kW) at 5,800 rpm,[citation needed] with 240 N·m (180 lb·ft) of torque.


A three-door 2002, the Touring, was also available. The Touring was not a full station wagon, resembling a modern hatchback. BMW would not offer a Touring model again until the late 1980s, with the 3 Series. A cabriolet version was produced in small numbers by Baur of Germany, which continues to make conversions as IVM Automotive.

1502 and 1802


An economy model of the 2002, the 1502 had a low compression 1.6 L engine.  It was sold only in Europe from 1975 through 1977. The 1802, a 2002 with a 1.8 L motor as used in the 1800 sedan, was also available;


Production Figures

BMW  1500

(1962−64)  1600

(1964−66)  1800

(1963−72)  1800 TI/SA

(1964−65)  2000

(1966−72)  2000 C/CS

(1965−69)  02 series

(1966−76)  2002 turbo

(1973−74)  Baur Cabriolet


 23.554  9.728  146.960  200  143.464  11.720  861.940  1.672  4.210



Anodize Stripping Kit

This kit allows you to restore those older anodized aluminum bumpers back to a fresh new look. This kit includes a water based anodize stripper which works quickly to get the old faded anodizing off, and down to the raw aluminum. A durable finishing coat is included along with a full length video, sandpaper, and aluminum polish. Kit treats 2 bumpers. .


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$69.95 Plus $10.00 Shipping.

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Rubber Rebuilder Kit

This kit was designed for older cars which have oxidized and pitted rubber trim pieces. These trim pieces are expensive new, and used ones usually look the same as what you have. Multiple coats of the  water based coating  are applied then sanded, filling all pitts.  A final coat is then applied leaving a satin finish. The coating remains flexible for an indefinite period of time. Kit contains: coating, cleaner, sandpaper, brushes, and instructional DVD.


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$39.95 Plus $10.00 Shipping

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