Various parts for sale 1968 1600-2

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Drivers door -- No rust holes, no dents, no hardware, just a door. Not perfect but not expensive either -- $50

Passenger door -- No rust holes, no dents, no hardware, just a door. Not perfect but not expensive either -- $50

Passenger door strap -- Good shape $50

Driveshaft 4-flange -- Should go right in if you need one. Center bearing is ok -- $50

Stock gas tank -- Just the tank. No sending unit. -- $50

Custom rear fuel cell frame -- removed from car with plasma cutter. Nice welds. Perfect for a 1600 race car. Easy to ship. $150

Roll cage -- I removed this whole and can ship it whole. You will have to cut it to get it in your car. If you tell me where to make the cuts, I can do this for you. I'll mark everything carefully to help on reassembly. -- $200

Any sheet metal off the front -- Tell me what you want before it goes to the scrapyard -- $20 


Add shipping to all items. I am located in VA 23606. I will use my FedEx Ground account. 85% off list. It will be cheaper to ship to a business but your paying shipping so your call.


Thanks for looking. Prefer a call for faster service please. 757-593-3478

I can take PP, CC 

For shipping costs, I can make a good guess to be in the ballpark if you tell me your zip.













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I will be calling you later today regarding the Drive Shaft and the Front Clip(sheet Metal) . If you could check on the shipping cost  for these items. I  live  in Laurelton ,New York 11413.  Additionally ,your  FedEx Ground account  going to a business address will  be  cheaper than f Grey Hound Freight.  If shipping is reasonable , just may take the doors as well.  I will call you later today. Thanks


Mac Arthur Davis

(917) 498-1948

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The doors are back on the market. The first buyer is selling his car rather than replacing and keeping the car. Shipping is kind of ridiculous unless you can suggest a good way to pack them. I built a box for the front end of the car and shipped it to NY this week. I don't want to get back into carpentry.  

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