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Im trying to help a friend strip a 2002 roundie. It might be a 1602. The color is white. Here is the story, he crashed the car and dented the grill and hood beyond repair. He had spent a lot of money in the motor and suspension. Then he bought a second car and transplanted his motor/suspension over to his new car. So now what is left is a clean body (minus the front) with interior, lights, doors, glass and rear bumber , but with the front and rear subframes taken off.

I will have pictures today plus the vin #

So is it better to sell it as a whole for $

Or part it out piece by piece for $$$$

Id rather sell it all together, but I dont know a fair price.

Also the damage could be fixed

Thanks for your ideas.

Norm

916-995-0425

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IF you have the time and space to part it out. don't underestimate the large amount of effort and space it takes to take apart, store, clean, pack, ship, track all the parts. while you may GROSS more by parting out, the NET after your time and space is accounted for is very, very low.

BTDT, hope not to do it again. not worth the loss of my limited free time to do it.

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If you decide to part out, I would be interested in front windshield. I'm in Napa so I could come and help remove and take home.

Could someone tell me if this windshield would even fit my "76.

Thanks,

Doug

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I just took pictures. The vin# 1571935. 1600-2 It has a nice rear shorty bumper. The Color is chamomix.

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I'm local-ish and interested in the shorty bumper and front right fender if available and not messed up. Is there a good way to contact you? I can come out to Sacremento this weekend to pick up (and I've been looking for a shorty rear for almost a year..)

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but, to respond to your actual question, it entirely depends on the front end damage. If it was localized to the nose cone, it's fairly repairable. If the front frame rails got tweaked, much less so. How rusty is it? Post photos. If you want, you could email the photos to me (email link next to my name) and I'll host them and post them up here.

For individual prices, I've sold a full set of recovered seats for ~$200, door cards are entirely dependent on the condition of the card and covering, glass is not worth much because it's fairly widely available in the bay-area-ish due to people parting out rusty 2002s, and doors are reasonably available (there's an ad on Craigslist right now with four complete doors at $50 each)

The shorty rear bumper is sought after, but consider that a freshly chromed reproduction is ~$475, and price yours accordingly. I've seen bad ones sold for $100-150, decent ones for $200-250.

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Yes to what Marshall said....huge amount of time and effort, you have to decide if the $$ is worth it.

vince

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Could someone tell me if this windshield would even fit my "76.

It will. However, it probably won't fit into the interior when you're driving home, so you should consider using another, bigger vehicle to pick it up.

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Sorry guys for not getting back, but yes please come to Sacramento for the bumper and front window.

$100 bucks for the window

$150 for the bumper

Please call to set a time. I can send pictures with my phone

I home all next week

Norm

916-995-0425

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