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PART OUT: 74 Riviera and 76 Pastellblau


davidhayes

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Price: $100
Location: Terre Haute, IN 47802


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Parting out this 74 Riviera and 76 Pastellblau. Both are sunroof cars with four-speeds. They’re mostly complete with lots of parts. The Riviera has no engine or transmission. 

Prices are OBO, buyers pay shipping. I have many other pictures, so PM me for more! 

I have many other 02 parts besides what is on these cars, so PM me if you don’t see what you’re needing. Located in Terre Haute, IN 47802.

 

Marchal headlights and Ansa muffler are not for sale. Anything else is up for grabs.

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8 minutes ago, ketchup said:

I might be interested in the hood from the Riviera car, if it looks to be restorable? Traveling through your area next week in person, so shipping would not be necessary.

Excellent to hear that you’d be able to pick it up. It looks like it’s in pretty decent shape so I definitely think it’s restorable. If you’d like more pictures, PM me and we can go from there!

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1 hour ago, Pdxguy said:

Interested in what looks like the clardy a/c. Any idea if it is functioning?

I don't know if it's functional, but I'd say it was when the car was on the road. Then again, I don't know for sure. I could bench test it if desired but I wouldn't know which pins need hooking up to.

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On 3/17/2023 at 2:28 PM, Pdxguy said:

Interested in what looks like the clardy a/c. Any idea if it is functioning?


For what it’s worth, that’s Frigiking, not Clardy A/C.

 

Regards,

 

Steve


 

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1976 2002 Polaris, 2742541 (original owner)

1973 2002tii Inka, 2762757 (not-the-original owner)

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12 hours ago, ketchup said:

Is that badge on the back of the Rivera car available?

Unfortunately no. I sold the trunk lid and the guy wanted the badge to come with it. I don't think I have any good badges on my other parts cars or in my parts stash.

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