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Parting Out A 74 Squaretail


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Looking to move these parts as quickly as possible so no reasonable offer will be turned down.

The engine is not running as the PO took off the intake manifold and carb due to a cold start issue, never fixed it, lost interest. I was told that it ran fine prior to the cold start isues so other than that I can not atest to its present condition. I will likely part this as well, unless someone is interested in the short or long block.

An update, both the dash and front seats have small flaws in them. The dash has a very small crack near the end of tray (psngr side) where the dash meets the A pillar. IMO it can be repaired. The same for the psgnr side seat. A small tare near the top of the side panel.

Body is a little rough but the trim and bumpers are all in great shape. No rocker trim but have another set. Trunk lid, Psngr door and DS door are in good shape. Sunroof slides real easy, but looks like it needs some TLC before it is exposed to the elements. Preapred to sell the entire roof clip but it will be the piece before the car goes to scrap.

All the glass is intact with no cracks or chips.

Have more pictures and will be happy to send them along for those who are interested. As mentioned open to any resonable offers and as always, thanks for taking the time to look.


Location: Surrey, BC

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