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1973 2002tii Rolling Shell

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Price: $5500
Location: Long Beach, CA

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This is a really neat 1973 2002tii "roundie" rolling shell. All the standard tii goodies are included (clock, booster, struts, trailing arms, etc.). Also included is the rare early-style AC center console.

 

It's a project with a lot of potential for somebody. I can also provide patch panels for the rust present around the transmission tunnel.

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Interesting. As Jim noted, certainly a Malaga example originally, with sunroof, and a Frigiking A/C system.  The dashboard is a one-piece unit, out of a square taillight car, as are the instruments and tii clock (tip off: “cross-hair” gauges and faux wood instrument bezel). But the tii provenance is verified by the firewall notch, the T-51 brake booster, and the original airbox brackets on the left inner fender.

 

I’m trying to temper my excitement over those gray door cards. Gray ‘02 interiors are quite rare in the U.S. for unknown reasons, but were nonetheless the factory-recommended interiors with multiple exterior colors, including Malaga. Alas, these door cards appear to be square taillight era, sans the extra chrome and black trim standard on round taillight door cards. (Did a single square taillight car contribute its dash, instruments, interior, and steel rims?) And...I may see some tan poking through the gray: they might be tan door cards dyed gray.

 

So, where did the drivetrain go?  Sometimes the original engine is simply sitting in the prior owner’s garage!

 

GLWS,

 

Steve

 

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On 4/21/2019 at 6:21 PM, beardedhustler said:

The VIN is 2763584.  I acquired it as a project some years back with plans to build her.  It will be sold with clean ca title in my name.  It’s in the process of being registered into non op as it’s off the dmv computer at this point.  

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VIN 2763584, a U.S.-spec tii manufactured in February or March 1973.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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