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I have almost finished parting out my 2002tii racecar from last year 2012. Thank you all that bought from me that helped all of us out. Sadly I just have a few more parts remaining that will be a complete sucessful part out.

I still have the following items.

new headgasket and oilfilter.

side grills for late 1972 early 1973 on 2002/2002tii

40DAVF weber carborator.

regular 2002 gas tank

roundie rear turnsignals with backcovers

various dashboard switches out of the 2002tii

stainless steel front brakelines used in decent shape still useable.

front and rear glass

steering box

useable hood with some light body work

shiftboot accordian style

fusebox with cover

license plate cover lights

tii springs set of 4

recaro sports seats with complete hardware for directbolt in of any 2002

heyco tools from tool kit/pouch wrenches pilars screwdrivers etc.

aftermarket carpet kit black $25 plus shipping I will take for it. pedalbox is cut out from previous owner

I also can get nos/oem on some 2002 items as I have a sourse I been using for years from my previous

2002 that was just parted out.

you can email me at


with questions pictures and prices on all parts


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