77-87 Bmw E23 728i 733i 735i 745i L7 Boysen Muffler 1246747 (nos Oem Nla) on 2040-parts.com
Alpharetta, Georgia, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Rear
Manufacturer Part Number:1 246 747
Surface Finish:gray primer, aluminium
Other Part Number:02.1-1713.03
Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany
NOS OEM muffler made by Boysen (part# 1 246 747) fits for all 1977-1987 BMW E23 728i, 733i, 735i, 745i, and L7 sedan models. This is a New Old Stock muffler from BMW and is NO LONGER AVAILABLE. A heavy-duty original part which is built to last a long time. It is heavy and long, so I have the shipping included in the price. Excellent chance to pick up the finishing touch for your restoration or show car. Free domestic shipping, international shipping available upon request. Questions?....ask.
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