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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 6:48 am 
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Hi

I picked up a bunch of parts and I don't have enough space for it all ( still more to list). I will be willing to post UK wide but I will be charging a bit extra to cover my time and diesel! ( freeish to pick up form Aberdeen)

3 x right rear light clusters - SCRAPPED
3 x left rear light clusters - SCRAPPED
pair of Viva HC rear lights - SCRAPPED
2 x leather head rests - SCRAPPED
1 x front grill - SCRAPPED
lots of the chrome lamp bezels - SCRAPPED
5 x steel wheels, legal tyres but mixed and quite old - SCRAPPED
2 x front calipers wil new pads, were working on car with discs - SCRAPPED
4 x 12V ballasted ignition coils - COL 202 or 09-202 - SCRAPPED

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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 7:07 am 
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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 7:22 am 
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Rear lights unknown look like hc viva/firenza

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Rear lights unknown look like hc viva/firenza
Would make sense, I have some viva brake shoes, filters and bits and bobs!

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Rear lights unknown look like hc viva/firenza
I concur...

Probably worth ebaying...?


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Rear lights unknown look like hc viva/firenza
I concur...

Probably worth ebaying...?
You probably right, although there is a few from £5-25, might give it a bash, or just chuck it, as I am rather lazy, I mean busy!

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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 9:14 am 
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Good Morning

You have PM.

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Definitely HC Viva lights.

I hate to say it but i'd bin the bonnets too, too much surface rust to be worth saving. Once it gets started the tinworm is relentless!

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Definitely HC Viva lights.

I hate to say it but i'd bin the bonnets too, too much surface rust to be worth saving. Once it gets started the tinworm is relentless!

Steve
Aye, a guy on the FB page said he wanted them. If I hear nothing buy the end of the week, them and probalbe the wheels, hub cap and carpet will most likely be in the skip!

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Aye, a guy on the FB page said he wanted them...
Yes, certain characters on there like things that are free!


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Aye, a guy on the FB page said he wanted them...
Yes, certain characters on there like things that are free!
The £60 pound of postage will probably scare of most people, I think Carledo is right, off to the skip.

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I would be interested in a set of door cappings if there is a good set to be made from them.
Also some of the headlights, a full set.
And the calipers.
Can pick up from Aberdeen. If it helps others I can transport some stuff to the central belt, foc.


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I would be interested in a set of door cappings if there is a good set to be made from them.
Also some of the headlights, a full set.
And the calipers.
Can pick up from Aberdeen. If it helps others I can transport some stuff to the central belt, foc.
You are maybe a bit late for the wood cappings. But you are welcome to to a set of lights and the calipers for £30.

I need this gone by next weekend.

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