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VA 02 boys and girls, I am in the process of moving and I came across a couple of things from a 20 year ago restoration of my 73 tii. The dash from that car has a slight crack on the rise to the instrument cluster (it was a new dash that cracked anyway and I replaced it with another new one). Other than that, it is in great shape and would be a great candidate for a restoration by a "just dashes", etc.. I also have a set of round tail lights that were original to the car (I replaced them when I had the car painted). They have some patina and a hairline crack or two, but were working when I removed them and are in generally good shape. I no longer have a 2002 and to throw these away would be a sin. Here's the thing. I don't have time to take pics or to ship. They are in Windsor VA which is about 45 mins from VA Beach and an hour from Richmond. Let's say 50 bucks for both and a cold six pack of Michelob Ultra which we will drink while looking at your 2002. email Tim tljonesco@aol.com who knows, if you have a really nice example and I get to take it for a spin down by the lake, they might be free. I am only in VA for the next two weeks. Best, Tim

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