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Garage Cleaning, some rare early parts


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I have some random parts laying around the garage that need to find a new home... The early pieces came out of a 1600 Cabriolet. All prices are plus shipping from Seattle, WA.



Photo 1: SOLD Early dash-mounted hazard switch. Very nice condition with what appears to be all of the necessary wires, bezel, and even the original color-coated paper gasket. One small hairline crack that isn't all the way through. Came out of a 1600 cabriolet. SOLD


Photos 2/3: A pair of matching serial number door handles in good driver condition. Chrome is still nice, but not concours level. Passenger side lock is broken, driver's  side is fine. No key (but can be made using the stamped serial number). $14


Photos 4/5: SOLD Factory fuse block with cover. This has been in storage for at least 20 years and it appears to be OK, although I haven't plugged it into a car. SOLD


Photo 6: Early round shift boot in good, used condition. 2 available, one appears more compressed than the other. $40 each


Photo 7: Very clean, lightly used trunk latch assembly. $50 


Photos 8-10: Clean, early under-dash panel. Has choke knob cutout, not sure if that's factory, but it looks well-done/factory. Came out of a 1600 cabriolet. $75



Hazard Switch.JPG

Door Handles1.JPG

Door Handles2.JPG

Fuse Block.JPG

Fuse Block3.JPG

Shift Boot.JPG

Trunk Latch3.JPG

UnderDash Cover.JPG

UnderDash Cover2.JPG

UnderDash Cover3.JPG

Edited by bluebmw

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