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Hella 500 Fog Lights, Engine, Blaupunkt Radio

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Brand new set of hella 500 fog lights (not FF) with yellow laminix shields. Brand new and never mounted. Complete kit with covers and a harness. $60 shipped.

Engine-it is a 75-76 motor with 125 compression across the board done cold. 121k total miles. Water pump is missing. Have a YouTube video of it running. Purchased from Andrew Gerraci known as inkad02 in CT.

located in Round Rock Texas. Has a 215 clutch and flywheel. 32/36 carb


Have a very nice blaupunkt radio with 74-76 knobs. Have not tested but with mañana. I was going to convert it to iPod use but I am lazy. It is from a 75 and is original oem

100 shipped.

Solex carb and air filter canister. No idea...anyone need it?

FOR SALE-----74 2002tii 2782194 Turkis, Megasquirt, Korman road sport springs, Bilstein HD shocks, 13" FPS Bottle Caps


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Could you email me some pics of the blaupunkt? Also might be interested in the solex if it's a single barrel.


Email is jonathan at tinkeromega dot com



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