During the makeover I had to source a lot of parts. This is the list of suppliers:
- De Hobbyist (http://www.hobbyist.nl)
Specialist for classic BMW parts. Used them for all kind of small parts: O-rings, fork seals, tubing etc.
- JV Motors (http://www.jvmotors.nl)
Classic bike parts and custom parts. Bought a nice classic chrome 7 inch headlight and a front mudguard.
- Ebay (http://ebay.nl)
Doesn’t need much introduction. K&N filters came through Ebay for instance.
- Banggood (http://banggood.com)
Like Ebay, but much cheaper. Bought a number of isolation mounts for the battery for small change
- Classic Bike Shop (http://www.classicbikeshop.co.uk)
Lots of classic stuff, mostly British bike oriented. Bought a beautiful set of Lucas style blinkers and a taillight here. Shopping in Britain is fun again after the pound sterling took a plunge….
- De Olie Concurrent (https://www.deolieconcurrent.nl)
Any kind of oil/fluids. Pretty cheap, brand products.
- Winparts (https://www.winparts.nl)
All kinds of parts. Bought spark plugs and petrol filter there.
- Rustbuster (http://www.rustbuster.nl)
- RVS Paleis (https://www.rvspaleis.nl)
Translated this is the Stainless Steel Palace. That describes it pretty well, all kinds of bolts, nuts, rings in either A2 or A4 quality. I used mostly A2, which is good enough for non-marine applications.
- Conrad (http://Conrad.nl)
Pretty well known for all kind of technical stuff, toys, electronics etc. Website is useless, you’ll never find what you are looking for, but Google gets you there with problems.
- TE-TaxiTeile (http://TE-TaxiTeile.com)
Mostly Mercedes parts. Useful however for cleaning stuff, tools etc.
- Motorworks (http://motorworks.co.uk)
Use this mostly for filters, brake pads etc. BMW specialists.