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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Tue, Jan-22-2019, 11:13:42 PM   #51
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FYI I just called Veteran Co and the guy said the black BM134 fabric should be here "any day now."
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Old Wed, Jan-23-2019, 06:20:49 AM   #52
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Normally, a sunroof has a glass panel. A moon roof a solid, metal panel.
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FYI for anyone who needs this stuff, they have it BM134 in stock now and I picked up 4 yards today. It's $42/yd
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Old Tue, Feb-26-2019, 03:13:20 AM   #54
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FYI for anyone who needs this stuff, they have it BM134 in stock now and I picked up 4 yards today. It's $42/yd
Will do that, how was shipping?

Thanks for the update
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Old Tue, Feb-26-2019, 03:25:09 AM   #55
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I just ordered 2yds today, their ordering is archaic in the fact I had to fill out a sheet / pdf it to them along with copies of my license / CC...but whatever. No clue on shipping yet but I doubt it will be outrageous. Width is 48.5 for BM134 that they have in stock.
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Old Tue, Feb-26-2019, 05:59:00 PM   #56
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I actually was able to pick it up in person, but based on how their shop looks I'm not surprised in the least to learn that the online ordering was outdated AF. It's just like the typical LA garment district old school upholstery guys. Giant warehouse with a million and a half things piled to the ceiling. Nice and easy guys to deal with in person, but they do mostly wholesale from what I gathered, so I don't think there's a lot of incentive to update the website.

Car is at the shop getting the headliner done right now. I caught a serious case of project laze and decided to let the guys who know what they're doing handle this one. Picking up Wednesday morning, will post pics when it's done.

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Would be curious to see how this turns out.
I did re-upholster headliner and pillars in black alcantara in my M Coupe, and it turned out fantastic.

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After it was installed and alcantara brushed, it looks absolutely like the headliners in current m-cars.
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I've never been so excited by such a mundane thing. My head doesn't tough the ****ing ceiling of my car anymore. YES.

Prestige Companies Auto Upholstery, Anaheim CA. Great experience. Quick turn around, 3 year warranty, nothing damaged on the car which some people express concern with other shops. Eric did a great job, the headliner looks like it's original which is exactly what I wanted. Not the cheapest shop in town, but the warranty and reputation in SoCal made the decision easy.

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That looks terrific.
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Nate, that looks really good. So black! I need this done and this place is close to me. Prestige's website says OEM material for headliners. Did you see what they had to offer before going to Veteran?
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