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After digging into my newly purchased '02 in preparation to turn it into a Lemons racer, I've found that it is way too far gone to be salvageable. Instead, I have decided to part it out and sell any of the salvagable bits off the car. Most of the interior is gone, but I do still have the seats and a couple small items. The hood and bumpers are gone, but there is still some good sheet metal left on the car. I will list some of the items I have, but if there is something you need that isn't on the list please let me know, because I may have it. PM me if you have any questions or would like pictures, thanks. Items are located in Indianapolis.

Round tail lights with housings and covers (some scratches/pitting in chrome, burn on one lens) - $50

Side markers front/rear (decent shape) - $15 per pair

Radio antenna (chrome is worn and small bare spot in wire) - $10

Hood latching mechanism with cable and lever - $15

Trunk Latch - $10

Trunk lock/key - $10

Trunk Lid (good shape, but prefer not to ship) - $40

Speedometer cable - $10

Headlight cans w/ lights (rusty and some studs are broken) - $10 for the pair

3 spoke steering wheel (some cracks on the back, and the horn contact is messed up) - $30

Bosch blue ignition coil - $10

Ballast resistor - $10

Ignition relay - $10

Voltage regulator - $20

Other relays - $10 each

Awful pedal box (giant rust hole, could be used for parts) - $10

Good pedal box (looks to be recently rebuilt w/ new bushings/springs) - $200

Door hardware/opening mechanism - $20 per side

Exterior Door Handles (decent condition, but keyed differently) - $30 each

Vent windows / mechanism - $40 each

Window crank/ track - $20 per side

Chrome gutter trim (pretty scratched up) -$10 each

Chrome window trim (pretty scratched up) - $10 per side

Gas filler neck - $10

Side mirrors (black) - $10

Gas filler cap (chrome) - $15

Stainless windshield wipers and motor - $40

Steering column w/ ignition switch and key - $40

IE high performance ignition coil (brand new, never opened) - $40

Brake master cylinder (nasty and rusty but it works) - $20

Brake booster (nasty and rusty but it works) - $20

Clutch master cylinder - $20

Clutch slave cylinder - $20

Brake fluid reservoir - $20

2 four speed transmissions - $75 each

Weber 32/36 (works well, comes with rebuild kit) - $100

Steering box (pretty good, no leaks) - $100

1 new brake caliper w/ lines (less than 100 miles) - $50

1 old worn brake caliper - $10

Stock rear diff. - $50


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