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Location: 92821
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Please take 30 seconds to read the ad. Parting out another ‘68 1600 sadly (yes it’s too far gone). Will add more to the list as I pull it. More pics available by request I can only post 40 pics but I do have pics of everything. Discounts available if you buy more than one thing. Small items can be shipped at buyers expense. I will update ad AS SOON AS something is sold. Easiest form of contact is PM here on FAQ or Text 7143513394 - Andrew
 

Oil Pump $100

turn signal stalk $40

d/s seat w/ rails $100

clear glass set (no front windshield) $300

Gas cap $10

frame rails $80/each

rear shock towers $80/each

rocker panels $75/each

a pillars w/ hinges $40/each

early shift cup $20

rear seat $40

Rear Vent window hinges $80

front vent window mechanisms $40/each

window regulators $75/each

d/s door catch $40

b pillar trim $15/each

rear vent window trim $15/each

between tail light trim $40 (couple dings)

Passenger door $60

roof section $200

complete tail lights $150

steering box w/ arm $180

Tension Struts $75/pair

Steering column w/ key $100

front control arm $75/each

71mm crank $60

front crank hub $50

front wheel hubs $75/pair

connecting rod set $75

Black Ops (w/ black plates) $1000

 

 

 

SOLD

rear bumper

transmission

dash

mechanical clutch

Complete rear subframe w/ diff, etc. 

complete cyl head w/ manifold & carb

air cleaner

wiper motor

Oil pan

rear view mirror

bilsteins

front bumper

strut housings

brake servo

rear emblems

hazard switch

pedal box

headlight buckets

drivers door

brake calipers

spare tire well 

Trunk lid w/trim

int door handles

ext door handles

pass seat

tail panel

swan mirror

trunk lock w/ key

wheels w/ hubs

Seatbelts

complete gas tank

 

DIDN’T COME WITH

Hood

fenders

nose panel

grilles

windshield

 

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Would you mind sharing the VIN, (a.) for our Register, and (b.) for our database of when the outside rearview mirror -- and other '67-style features -- were phased out? It appears that the rearview mi

I just want to note that the “dog-dish” hubcap and separate trim ring shown (above and first photo below) represent a now-rare combination that we see in Road & Track’s May 1968 road test of the v

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Would you mind sharing the VIN, (a.) for our Register, and (b.) for our database of when the outside rearview mirror -- and other '67-style features -- were phased out? It appears that the rearview mirror mounted at the leading edge of the door lasted at least until October 1967, a couple months into the 1968 model year.

 

I'm guessing it's a 156xxxx car, and perhaps even a 1560xxx car.

 

GLWS,

 

Thanks and regards,

 

Steve

 

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@02tradition, it's not my business to tell you what to do with this car but it's tearing me apart to see such a restorable early 1600/2002 car. It is so solid and has so much potential to be restored again. I keep going back and pouring over the photos one by one. 

I love the car and hope someone can save it. 

Again, do what you have to do but this a very restorable solid looking car! It's heartbreaking to see it get parted. 

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11 hours ago, 03to02 said:

Pm sent on hub caps and rings.


I just want to note that the “dog-dish” hubcap and separate trim ring shown (above and first photo below) represent a now-rare combination that we see in Road & Track’s May 1968 road test of the very first U.S.-spec 2002, VIN 1660001 (second photo below).

 

The road test 2002 was manufactured November 29, 1967.

 

The trim rings were stamped out of the thinnest of aluminum(?), rendering them shockingly fragile, exactly as the photo suggests. 😯

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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44 minutes ago, resra said:

@02tradition, it's not my business to tell you what to do with this car but it's tearing me apart to see such a restorable early 1600/2002 car. It is so solid and has so much potential to be restored again. I keep going back and pouring over the photos one by one. 

I love the car and hope someone can save it. 

Again, do what you have to do but this a very restorable solid looking car! It's heartbreaking to see it get parted. 

You havent seen the front of the car...

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