Ruby in Corvallis
  • cowboycoffee 6y

    very clean! what are the details?
    please post a pic of the back?
  • Eric Murray 6y

    damn. just damn.
  • Joel Johnson 6y

    CowboyCoffee: 1975 2002 with a Weber 32/36 and some minor suspension work. No rust. Broken odo but probably nearing 200k miles. Just was repainted on the outside with original BMW Malaga. Very nice original interior with a few discolorations on the liners but generally in good shape. And has an MP3 player jack on the stereo (which needs some serious mounting love).

    It's got some rough edges. I think the carb needs to be tuned or the electrical system may be giving trouble. It's dieseling a bit when I turn it off sometimes, plus it detonates a little during low idling. I don't know anything about carbs, though, so it's time to learn!
  • Rosa Maria Quiñones (Rose White) 6y

    Ruby is a beaut! Have fun!
  • vveneziani 6y

    great looking ride, treat it well
  • cowboycoffee 6y

    i did the 32/36 conversion on mine. SO much better. This book helped a lot: books.google.com/books?id=OSLglUxPgiUC&printsec=front...

    also, i did the electronic ignition upgrade. That was huge. So easy too.
  • Howard Dickins 6y

    I *really* don't like beemers. BUT.... this is sweet.
  • Bryan 6y

    I've always wanted one of those. Very nice.

    Are those 8v VW GTi wheels?
  • Imran Khan 6y

    That is a really interesting method of deleting the "diving board" bumpers that the US gov't saddled on your '02.
  • uxbdigger 6y

    Unless you garage it (or live in the suburbs and never have to parallel park), I STRONGLY recommend getting some bumpers. As much as it may look uglier, its still better than a beaten body. Take it from experience. Nice VW snowflakes.
  • Michael Schulte 6y

    What a great car!
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