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Old 02-25-2013, 09:32 PM
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Default WTB: Alpina Emblem for Manual Shift Knob

As the title states I'm looking to purchase an Alpina emblem that will go on my shift knob. The plastic is cracked on mine. I'd rather not buy a whole new shift knob and the one I have now has separated from the plastic inside, so it should be easy to remove and replace provided I can find a replacement and then I can epoxy the whole thing back together.

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Testdriver got my 6sp Alpina crest from Germany, perhaps you can ask him. If not, I do see those knobs on ebay.co.uk and ebay.de on a pretty regular basis.
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Thanks. Post up a link if you come across one please

Hopefully shipping won't cost an arm and a leg, but I'm guessing it will make it not worthwhile. I shipped a small box (probably only about 6" square) to a friend in the UK and it cost $40
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or try contacting Horke.
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Alpina can replace that - it costs about 10 Euros (IIRC), but you have to send them the knob to repair.

And P.S. Alpina does no have any new knobs any more (wooden - for E36/E34 etc.)
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Alpina can replace that - it costs about 10 Euros (IIRC), but you have to send them the knob to repair.

And P.S. Alpina does no have any new knobs any more (wooden - for E36/E34 etc.)
Hmmm...no new shift knobs...That could be annoying. I think I'd have to go through KSK in the US to get mine fixed and so far their prices seem crazy.

Thanks for the info though!
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