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greasemonkey

FS - parts in Issaquah. Borranis, euro bumpers, '69 shell

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I have stacks of parts I don't need sitting in the garage. This summer I will be phasing out my parts collection in a big way. If anybody is looking for parts in the Seattle area, let me know.

'69 shell without a title. Not in my name. Solid underneath, good candidate for a race car. I pull off everything I want and it's free. Otherwise, you buy my prepped panels for $200 and I'll throw in the shell. It is not restored, but cleaned out and ready to start.

I had the 13x5.5 Borrani wheels on here already, but nobody snatched them up. Asked $400 last time and had a buyer lined up, but I'll take $350.

The rear bumper is absolutely clean and straight, I was hoping for around $200. I have stock wheels, 14" bottlecaps, body panels, 4-spd trannys, stock open diffs, weather stripping, interior bits like consoles, dash panels, glove boxes, crates full of alternators, starters, brakes, clutches, the list could go on and on.

Everything else I prefer to make deals on the spot. Let me know if you need anything!

Thanks,

Patrick

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Guest Anonymous

The rear bumper is it the short one with the lights for the license plate on it? I would be interested in the rear bumper.

Jose

chaz3523@juno.com

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Guest Anonymous

HI I am interested in your shell. Can you send pics and give me a price?

Thanks,

Will

will@telus.net

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wider, most likely Borrani. The Opel wheels were made by Lemmetz in Germany, same as the BMW factory steel wheels and came in plain, slotted and chrome plated slotted in 4.5 and 5" widths; Borrani wheels were made in Italy. should be easy to tell the difference.

mike

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Hi, thanks for your interest. If anybody wants to meet up this week/weekend, please give me an email at drivegerman at hotmail.com

As for identifying the wheels, I have had ten or more people examine them up close and everybody is 100% positive they are borranis, but if they are Opel Kadett wheels, they are still cooler than any Borranis I've seen on these forums. There is no Opel stamp, and there was no chrome finish to be found. There are some production #s however. Obviously that isn't what this thread is dedicated to, so I'll not get into that too deeply.

I will send emails to all who have listed them, and everybody else either email or you can give me a call at 425.466.5093

Thanks,

Patrick

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