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Post by Alpina Jim » Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:11 am

Sab,

I am after the price for an E39 B10 Alpina door sill cover, front left (or nearside front passenger). The part number is 9147 51 47 611.

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Post by addy37 » Wed Aug 01, 2018 9:24 pm

Need the "B5 Biturbo" badge. I sent you a PM. can be for either an F10 or G30.
ALPINA part number for this is : 51 00 332
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Post by orys » Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:59 pm

I'm looking for a replacement turbo charger for my Alpina D3.
Alpina part number is 1165140 which reflects to 765968-5001S, and GTB1756V.

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Post by addy37 » Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:24 pm

Tony over at alloywheelsdirect can help out. You will need to provide your alpina ViN.

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Post by djjerme » Tue Sep 25, 2018 11:58 pm

Any possibility of getting a 13711264370 new? Mine has a crack in the baffle, which I sorta sealed, but the whole elbow is getting dried out.
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Post by Charles » Wed Sep 26, 2018 10:47 am

Sab wrote:Just being cautious until my order arrives. You know what it’s like if a recommendation is unrealible.

I shall share his details within a couple of week.

I’m looking out for you all.
Are you ready to share yet Sab?
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Post by Sab » Tue Oct 02, 2018 10:33 pm

addy37 wrote:Tony over at alloywheelsdirect can help out. You will need to provide your alpina ViN.
Yes, Chris and Tony have helped me obtain parts at great prices.

As Addy has mentioned you will need your Alpina vin number when ordering parts.
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Post by scalesg » Fri Oct 05, 2018 7:37 pm

Great news!

So how do we order? Just post on here with VIN and part number? Or PM to you or someone else Sab?

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Post by Express Andy » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:56 pm

New to all this it’s like something off the dark web ordering parts through a 3rd party who can’t tell you who they are but there a genuine supplier ?

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Post by Sab » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:52 pm

Give them a ring or send them a email with your vin number and if available the part numbers as this expidiates obtaining prices for the parts.

Just to be clear, I am not taking orders on their behalf nor am I profiting from this. I did share their information with anyone who PM’d me.
I respect people’s privacy and wasnt about to post contact details without consent.

My kind and helping nature wanted to ensure you know of another source for
Parts.

I hope you all save £ on parts like I did.
Just wish I’d known about them sooner.

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Post by CaesarBob » Sun Oct 07, 2018 11:51 pm

Thanks Sab. Always good to know of alternative sources of genuine and competitively priced parts. I will be getting in touch very soon.
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Post by Sab » Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:16 pm

CaesarBob wrote:Thanks Sab. Always good to know of alternative sources of genuine and competitively priced parts. I will be getting in touch very soon.
Please do, they are great guys and will save you a fair amount on the pricier parts and the best thing is the parts come to you.

I was a tad surprised by how this posting turned into some kind of cloak and dagger scenario for some of you. With that said I apologise to all who received my posting in such a way.

It would be nice to hear some feedback from whomever purchases parts.🙂
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Post by BarryM » Sun Nov 25, 2018 9:48 pm

Thought I'd post up my experience of getting a quote for a full suspension refresh on my B10, I emailed Alpina in Germany to make sure I had the correct PNs and then asked FMW and AWD for quotes.

Pricewise there was very little in it when ordering 4 shocks and 4 springs - approx £1,800 inc tax & shipping from both parties but Sab had already suggested I could probably order the parts as a full kit. Neither Alpina, FMW or AWD actually mentioned this to me and it was only when I asked that Alpina and AWD provided a kit PN, FMW specifically told me a kit isn’t available for my car!

Anyway the cost of buying the same items as a kit is considerably better at £1,550 inc tax & shipping so I shall probably go this route next year when funds allow.

Thanks to Sab for making me aware of AWD.
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