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    What originally came with the Z8?

    Four keys.
    2 Z8 badged ignition keys, one in a Z8 badged black leather pouch.
    1 metal 'valet' key
    1 black plastic emergency key

    *Owner's manual set in leather pouch (in the glove box)
    *Navigation CD (DVD on '03 cars)

    *'The Book' (unsually this delivered several months later)

    In the trunk
    *First Aid Kit in a black pouch
    *Small Roll Up Tool Kit with silk gloves
    *BMW badged battery charger in a BMW badged pouch
    *Cup Holder
    *Softtop Toneau Cover and black canvas/vinyl case
    *Seatback Windbreaker and black canvas/vinyl case
    *Hardtop Roof metal stand in cardboard box (not shown)
    *Hardtop polyester cover (not shown) with a black canvas/vinyl case.
    *Z8 badged soft car cover (not shown)
    *Soft top rear window protector (not shown)
    *Motorola Timeport or Startac phone (not shown)
    *Front license plate holder - color matched. (not shown)

    In the EU an orange emergency triangle was also supplied in the trunk.
     
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    Here's an image of the original phone in its box.
     
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    Z8 Novice Juan's Avatar
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    I'm missing the pouch for the battery tender, and vinyl case for boot soft cover, windscreen and no first aid kit.
    is there any part refere for those.
    Is there a place that I can buy?
    thanks

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    vinyl case for boot soft cover:54347012748
    vinyl case for windscreen:54617022789

    You can buy them at an authorized BMW dealer
    Ton
    1 of the 71 original Dutch sold cars (jetblack/red)

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    Thanks very much.
    Any info on the first aid kit?

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    The contents of the original Z8 Kit is outdated. I now use the Z8 club kit

    Ton
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    Juan, a good source for BMW part numbers is Realoem.com. You enter the last seven letters/digits of your VIN to select the model of car and then move about within categories of parts to find what you need. I have found BMWpartsupply.com to offer good service and excellent prices, but there are a number of other suppliers which list members have used with good results.

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    Thanks. You guys are amazing.
    Great and useful info.

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    Jaun,

    I just picked up a First-Aid kit for my car. See the following post for part number + pictures:

    http://www.bmwz8.us/forum/body-inter...-kit-3980.html

    Rory.

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    Can someone tell if the original soft top window protector said "Z8" or "BMW" on it? Mine says "BMW" and I am just curious as I seem to remember seeing somewhere one with "Z8". This is what mine looks like:
     
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    It always Said BMW But ist Not longer available
    Best regards from Dortmund

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    Mine says BMW. As Karsten said, NLA from BMW. However, I believe the Z3 came with a similar protector, the difference between the Z8 unit and the Z3 unit being the length of the elastic straps that hook onto the roof at the side windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomster View Post
    Mine says BMW. As Karsten said, NLA from BMW. However, I believe the Z3 came with a similar protector, the difference between the Z8 unit and the Z3 unit being the length of the elastic straps that hook onto the roof at the side windows.
    But the Z3 protector isn't available any more
    Ton
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    Follow up to my post above. I have two protective covers. I bought one of the Z3 ones (which came in a black plastic pouch also pictured) when I replaced my rear window some years ago. I bought that one not remembering that there was one in the trunk below the trunk floor cover in the small storage compartment - have I remembered and used it, I may have not had to replace the window that was worn and cloudy. Lesson learned. it is now being used religiously. Placing the two covers on top of each other as in the first picture, they are the same size, the only difference being the lenght of the strap confirming Boomster's comment.
       
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    Does the window protector on the Z8 do a lot? On my old Z3M it would help prevent an unsightly crease in the window so I used it often. I don't see the same crease on Z8s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beamon View Post
    Does the window protector on the Z8 do a lot? On my old Z3M it would help prevent an unsightly crease in the window so I used it often. I don't see the same crease on Z8s.
    I am sure it protects the window from rubbing against itself at the minimum. I also always use the "tomahawk chop" when installing the protector to make sure that the window folds cleanly without any creases or sharp edges. My old (now replaced window) developed a cloudy area in the middle where it folds. Like I sated above, I am now using it religiously. I would strongly recommend using it always.
    Skip Hammerman

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    Every time I put down the top on my Porsche Turbo cab, I’m reminded just how frikkin cumbersome it is to put the top down on the Z8 with window protectors and manual cover. My P has a glass rear window; this is where BMW really “cheaped” on an otherwise exemplary quality.
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