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Mostly mechanical parts, some trim, and interior.

Complete tii motor - 128K - turns over, no I did not have it running

tii Front Struts - great condition

Trailing Arms - with or without hubs - great condition

Windows - not broken

Seats-need redone

Rear Door cards - Blue - Excellent condition

Springs - Stock - original

Transmission - do not know about 2nd gear synchro

Gauge cluster - 28### miles

Heater box - Cleaned up, mounting tab of valve has one side broken


Sway bars front and Rear - original - need painted

Rear Window - Not broken

Air box: Bead blasted and powder coated

tii Steel wheels w/hubcaps, bead blasted and painted silver

tii Intake -

Ebrake lever - black

Headlight buckets - broken mounting studs

Tail lights - not for a pristine resto

Other stuff too

I WILL SEND PICTURES when you inquire.

After the last time I posted here:

Prices negotiable, I know what they are worth and I am not looking to make my retirement, but dont try to rip me off!

Respond via Email at segood@mindspring.com. Yes, you will be blocked and I will unblock you when I get an email from you. (I do not know everyone on this list's personal and business email addresses) Yes, I will respond, but I have a family, a job, a business, 2 daughters, a mortgage, etc..... If you're NOT SERIOUS about buying the parts, then DON'T sent me an email......

Olathe, KS (Kansas City area)

Buyer to pay shipping

Yes you can pick up locally

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Man, talk about getting off on the wrong foot. ESTY is one of the "good guys" and her observations are right on the money and often direct newbies as to how to go about something. As we used to say: FNG!

1968 1602 (body shell)(thanks SCR!)

1973 2002 (parts donor)(terminal NE rust)

1974 Tii (crushed, but rising from the ashes!)

heck, its just another winter in New England - the Tii will live again!!!

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