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Rocker Panel Rust, Hard to get rid of or is it OK??

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URL: http://photobucket.com/albums/y231/darius_tii/

Hey Everybody

So yesterday i went and checked out some 2002ti that had some

huge turbo and was raced in the 70s. Must have kicked butt

because the trubo was the size of my head. Well I kinda know the

guy and he wants to part i out becasue he hasnt hjad to much luck

with it. the deal we made is that if i get it, the whole driveterain

will be out since i will be using it for the m20. Well the car has a

bunch of potential. It has some 3pc BBS wheels, turbo flares and

spoiler, the whole engine compartment is custom cut out and has

no heter box and just has pleanty of room (perfect for the m20,

fiberglass hood and trunk, a roll cage, some custom suspension

that is super stiff, rear sachs shock that are adjustable,Looks like

it has a turbo gauge cluster,and it has bunch of custom stuff.

Well the car has rust in the rocker panels. I want to know if it is

going to be expensive and hard to fix that or is it not too big of a

deal. Even the guy said they proabbly should be replaced. What

do you guys think?? The car is a project that needs work but I am

starting to really tink about getting it but am not sure about the

RUST issue.

Thanks

darius

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Guest Anonymous

URL: http://www.roadfly.com/bmw/gallery/picture.php?path=5643,1;*search:DUCK*whereSearch:All,1;

90% OF IT IS BELOW THE SURFACE !

THE GOLDEN DUCK HAD WHAT I THOUGHT WAS MINOR

ROCKER RUST .

AS I WAS WIREBRUSHING THINGS IN THAT AREA ,

THE HOLES KEPT ON GROWING . POR-15 WONT CURE THIS !

I ENDED UP CUTTING THE OLD ROCKERS OFF AND SCOOPING

HANDFULLS OF RUST & TRASH OUT OF THEM !

FORTUNATELY , THE CANCER WAS LIMITED TO THE OUTER PANELS .

ON THE BRIGHTER SIDE , I WELDED IN CABROLET TYPE

REINFORCEMENTS BEFORE IT WAS PUT BACK TOGETHER .

I DID NUMEROUS LITTLE THINGS TO STIFFEN IT UP

WHILE IT WAS APART .

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Guest Anonymous

You don't want to skimp on the structure of the car, especially if you are going to modify it.

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Guest Anonymous

(nt)

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Guest Anonymous

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patrol car waiting for duty !

buy it as a complete botched up package - not a 'drive-trainless roller - you'll never see it run again.

rockers are your frame mate!

no rockers - you'll fold in half - bumm draggin and leaving s___d marks on the tarmac.

gudday !

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Guest Anonymous

rebushing a huge cow for a tighter fit ?

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URL: http://photobucket.com/albums/y231/darius_tii/

of because he towed it all the way from SLO or so to San Jose and

did it the chep way with front tie on the ground and the tire blew

and so did half of the flare, But all of it is factory stuff that came

with the car( as he says) Its is a straight up Race car though. I

really am starting to want it more but Im scared of the rust

Thanks

darius

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URL: http://photobucket.com/albums/y231/darius_tii/

either way. It needs all new fuel lines and hoses and probably a

full engine rerbuild. and the car is not streetable it proabbly idled

at about 5000 rmp and with the clutch it is either a go or stop

option nothing in the middle. And i have no point for the engine,

im doin M20.

Thanks

Darius

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I'm sure dares bones in the glove box of that

thang.

That car has an addidude.

Buy It Now for $500

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Hello, I know this is a long shot but I am the new owner of this car. Unfortunately in changing hands over the years a few bits and pieces of the car have been removed (wheels, turbo, steering wheel, and turbo manifold) would anyone be able to help answer a few questions regarding the cars recent history or history in general? Specific details about the missing parts or possibly even their whereabouts? I am also trying to track down Holger himself but have not had any luck yet. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Linden

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8 minutes ago, lmeuser said:

Hello, I know this is a long shot but I am the new owner of this car. Unfortunately in changing hands over the years a few bits and pieces of the car have been removed (wheels, turbo, steering wheel, and turbo manifold) would anyone be able to help answer a few questions regarding the cars recent history or history in general? Specific details about the missing parts or possibly even their whereabouts? I am also trying to track down Holger himself but have not had any luck yet. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Linden

 

Linden,

 

Maybe if you publish the car’s VIN and location (e.g., country or state), something will come up: it appears to be a square taillight chassis (1974-77), referred to as a “tii” on the photobucket URL, as a “ti” in the original post, and as both a “1602” and a “turbo” per the badges on the rear panel.  But it also looks like a car with an authentic racing history.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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