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bianchini

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Price: $100
Location: Northern CA ( Bay area)


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This post was originally deleted during the system downtime starting 4/20-4/21.

 

If my prices are not in line with comparable items, please let me know and I can adjust! 

 

Sold items have been removed! 

 

Alright y’all, cleaning out the garage shelves and have all these parts. Please let me know if you have questions on any of these parts. 

 

Expensive section        

 

1- Still available new price-> Front brake combo- $125 - driver and passenger front rotors, calipers, hard-lines, soft-lines, bearings, etc. everything you see in the pics, EXCEPT the ARP studs. If you want the ARP studs, then the package will be +$25. 

 

2- Still available Bilstein Rear sport shocks = F4-B46-0118-H1 shocks - $40 - Good condition. Not sure how old they are, but they do say made in west Germany. lol 

 

3- Still available Rear eccentric toe/camber bolts and rings - $40 - Don't have the brackets for these as they are still on the car. Here is the exact ireland engineering example: https://www.iemotorsport.com/product/adjustable-rear-toe-kit/

 

Less Expensive section

 

1- Still available Gas pedal combo - $20 - gas pedal, gas pedal arm, spring, plastic sleeve for pedal box, even the little nubs that go into the floor board!! 

 

2- Still available Bosch ignition coil - $20 - Great working condition. Probably used for ~3 years and car only driven on weekends

 

 

Free!!! section just pay for shipping

 

1- Still available Shift knob- no branding on it. leather, driver condition

 

 

 

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7- 1 euro passenger side turn signal - $30 - whoever owned this signal before must have tried to paint the inside of it. I bet it can come off with some type of cleaner that I don’t have the patience to do. Lense is uncracked though! 
 

I’d like to buy this if no one else has spoken for it yet.

 

-Jake

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