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Cleaning stuff out and have some items on EBay

In stock Behr heater box (minus one of the cable sets) does have the fan heater core and water valve; valve tab is in very good shape

New, unused vented turbo rotors which can be used on the Tii with the required spacers (please refer to RealOEM for part number)

Hella 6" Rally Fog Lights (2) with mounting parts and blue light bulbs

Newly re-chromed '72 front bumper (all 3 pieces) 9.5 out of 10

Reconditioned front strut assemblies, everything included except for inserts and springs; prepped, primed and painted, and strut bearings repacked.

About 8 hours left on the auction, want to give everyone a heads up!!

Will donate some $$ to the FAQ for this advertisement.

Will have more parts posted soon!


The question is not that we broke a few rules or took certain liberties with our female guests.

We did ;)

Charlie don't surf!!

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Guest Anonymous

Come on dude. Where's the link? You aren't doing the best job at "advertising" your parts when we still have to search eBay...

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