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Well guys i have become one of the elite I feel. Just came home with a 74 tii over the weekend. She a liitle rough with some front frame members rusting, and a whole drivers rocker that is all but gone. Rust pretty bad under the rear seat, and a section of rear subframe that has to be sectioned out and repaired. Shock towers have been replaced, and trunk looks solid. all the lights work, signals, air blower, starts runs (although i need a genius to time the fuel injection)

In the process of replacing trailing arm bushings, diff bushings, etc, as well as new strust and spring, and brake lines. Lot more to come!!!

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Congrats and welcome to the place to be for all things 02!

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....where you at in Conn. ?

hold off on 'repairing' a rusted out rear subframe!

plenty waiting for you here if you just ask

and also place your want ads for FREE over in the

Classified section - tons of good used body

parts waiting for you. So if you need front or rear

subframes - ASK and give us photos FIRST

before wasting any time

WELCOME

p.s.

hurry up with the VIN and MOTOR numbers

VERY IMPORTANT ! before we proceed

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Congrats and welcome!

I see we had similar acquisition adventures this weekend! Good luck with your tii project. We have our work cut out for us, that is for sure!

I am in SE Connecticut along the shore. Whereabouts are you located?

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Guest schnelltii

I already repaired the rear sub frame. It was only a section maybe six inches long. Went rather well. Vin is 2780081. im in southern ct. Milford to be exact

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Guest schnelltii

found the car in Ipswich MA. No paper work at all with it though. That part sucks

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2780081 - does the motor number match -

look down at the rear of the motor - rear of the stater motor-

next to the inspection hole where the motor meets the

transmission - flat machined boss with the motor

number stamped

1974 USA 2002 tii = 2780001 - 2790000

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