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Havent been on here in awhile! Well its about that time again... have tons of parts and my project needs some funding... Everything is plus shipping from monterey area

Wheels are rare 1986 Riken mesh 13x6 33 offset. I couldnt try them on my 2002 since nothing under 16s fit... maybe a spacer or not? $200



Monaco GTL seats

So one has a repaired rip as shown, the other has a broken lever but its fixable. i have the caps and the sliders too. Oh yea, theyre still very firm. $200



a bit dusty


GT steering wheel only $20


Used Momo leather steering wheel (really good shape) $80


New in box, just tested NRG quick release 2.5 for most popular wheels $90 momo, sparco, nardi, omp etc


New Nardi Deep Corn black perforated leather with red stitching $220


I also have a set of bottle caps, all 4 $100 not much threat on tires anymore


set of recaro e21 adapters $50


First to buy a momo steering wheel gets the momo horn button and ring if wanted of course. reply here or email me directly at rancherito831@yahoo



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