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Old 12-09-2010, 08:10 PM
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Well folks it's finally down to the wire and my pile of parts that was a truck must go. I will be scrapping anything metal left from my home shop in 30 days. I have been able to sell off many parts but alot still remains. I will give away anything anybody mentioning FTE asks for that I have. If it's a small item and you can't come get it just cover shipping and I'll send it on it's way. I have a 61 Unibody body in OK shape minus doors and tailgate. I have a fully boxed frame with volare clip and "C" notch. I have a 460 apart but virginal, C6, 9" with car axle conversion 3.50, spare 3.00 chunk, trac loc carrier, and lots of assotiated stuff. I also have some shop tools, small bandsaw old needs work, solvent tank, big hydraulic bumper jack. I'm in El Cajon Ca. PM me and I'll give you my number. I hate to see any of it go to the crusher but in 30 days I've got no options left. Thanks Rich.
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:48 PM
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Hey Rich, I sent you a PM...I'm up in Valley Center. I'll check my messages and we can maybe hook up tomorrow...I'm free the whole day, would be good to meet you.
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Wish I could be over your way; love to have a Uni-project someday!
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Old 12-10-2010, 10:34 AM
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I've been craiglisting stuff here and there but everybody is broke. If I know it's going to be put to good use I have no problem giving away stuff that I'd just sell for scrap.
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Wish I was closer I'd love to help you clean up your parts But I'm way up in B.C. Canada
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Old 12-12-2010, 08:11 PM
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I'm finding it hard to believe nobody wants a FREE boxed frame with the volare clip already installed or any of the body parts. I did sell off some 9 inch stuff today.
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afternoon lm building a 62 unibody im looking for a hood and good front bumper
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Old 12-15-2010, 04:27 PM
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I have a decent hood but no bumper. Are you in or near San Diego. I tried to PM you but you don't have enough post yet. If you click on my user name (cobraguy) a drop down menu will open Your looking for "send a private message to cobraguy" click on that if its available. You can then send me a private message and I can reply with my Phone #. Welcome to FTE.
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I have a decent hood but no bumper. Are you in or near San Diego. I tried to PM you but you don't have enough post yet. If you click on my user name (cobraguy) a drop down menu will open Your looking for "send a private message to cobraguy" click on that if its available. You can then send me a private message and I can reply with my Phone #. Welcome to FTE.
It looks like Steamfitter is from N.Y.
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Work puter filters keep me from most extra curicular activity. Thanks. I bet shipping a hood would be cost prohibitive.
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Work puter filters keep me from most extra curicular activity. Thanks. I bet shipping a hood would be cost prohibitive.
Cost prohibitive!, Cost prohibitive! Son I think shipping a hood via freight would cost $3,784,362.67 Well, maybe not that much, but pretty darn close. One reason why I don't deal with body parts. I could make money on the part but no one is willing to pay for shipping. For example core support shipped UPS from coast to coast $150.00+ People will pay 2-3 even $400.00 for a support, but not the shipping charge. That's why I still have two supports for th 61-64. I posted "free you pick up" and nobody answered.
If I was back east with the parts I have I'd be sold out. Shipping is a killer for all.
I feel better now, I think I'm going to lay down.
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I'll be in your neck of the woods on the 15th next month... I think thats a bit out of your deadline but I could use pretty much all of that stuff.
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The chassis, motor and tranny have found a new home.
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Just found this thread, kinda glad to know it went, I don't need YET another project to tow home...
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