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Engine, gas parts for 75 '02

Melissa Mecca

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Hi everyone


I know many here may consider this sacrilege (please forgive! :) but I converted my '02 to electric, and now have an engine and gas parts that I would love to sell as a package. They're at the shop that did the conversion (in San Rafael). Please let me know if you're interested, make an offer, and we can arrange a time to go look at the collection of parts with the shop. Is every last nut and bolt still in the box? Maybe, but likely not, but important parts are still there. 


The odometer read 33K when the conversion started. I had driven the car for ~4 years before the conversion was started, but the car has been sitting unassembled, half way through a restoration for a few years, before I started the conversion. Because the car is at this shop, and I need to make arrangements to meet you there, please reach out with serious inquiries.




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