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Well he got a reality check and still too much, lower

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for my first tii which was missing it's bits.

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But you are buying a bunch of used parts that are incredibly expensive to rebuild, pay 350.00 and then 600-1000 to have it all fixed, of course you could be lucky and all works 100%. But for that kind of money I dont take chances. Buy a running rusty tii for 1,500 and you be better off, at least you know the stuff works. I just sold the plemum and 4 manifols for a 1973 tii for 35.00, I have 2 spare pumps, bought one for 50.00 and the other one for 75.00 including 4 working injector and manifolds.

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125.00 for a euro setup

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