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 Post subject: Re: Breaking an early-ish car.
PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 9:12 pm 
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All I’m interested in with the sunroof I’d the inner and outer skins. Don’t need clips.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 9:39 pm 
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Carrera RSR wrote:
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You have my request for the lower centre console and heater plate+knobs, don't need the upper dials. Might take the sunroof and maybe the rear windows too.


Unfortunately the heater unit is missing everything!


Really? The photos on eBay show them there?


You’ve thrown me as you said something about needing the knobs so, I thought you meant the ones from the other car!
Yes, I have a fascia and 3 levers. I’ll PM you in a minute.

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1986 928 S2 Long term project. Been in storage, needs full recommissioning.
1981 2.0 N/A. Still not running and I’ve had it for months!
1979 Mercedes 450SLC
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1981 VW T25 camper. ‘The nail’ very slow diesel burner.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:31 am 
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Mylando wrote:
If there is any chance of these I’d be interested...

I need a pair of rear lights, if they’re in good condition. Also, does the top of the instrument binacle have a blanking plug to the left of the high beam warning light? What’s the ashtray like?


Unfortunately I’m keeping the rear lights as they are mint. There isn’t a plug on the dash, it’s not cut out on mine and is part of the moulded dash.
Unfortunately the ashtray is goosed!

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1986 924S. Needing love but, back on the road and loving it!
1986 928 S2 Long term project. Been in storage, needs full recommissioning.
1981 2.0 N/A. Still not running and I’ve had it for months!
1979 Mercedes 450SLC
1955 Land Rover Series 1 107 pick up
1981 VW T25 camper. ‘The nail’ very slow diesel burner.
1991 Toyota Celica. At £182, too cheap to refuse....


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:32 am 
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Tim_E wrote:
I really want an idle screw, the covers for the fuel lines that pad around the front of the engine and a centre section exhaust clamp!

Let me know if you have these going, cheers :hope:

I’ve just PM’d you!

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1986 924S. Needing love but, back on the road and loving it!
1986 928 S2 Long term project. Been in storage, needs full recommissioning.
1981 2.0 N/A. Still not running and I’ve had it for months!
1979 Mercedes 450SLC
1955 Land Rover Series 1 107 pick up
1981 VW T25 camper. ‘The nail’ very slow diesel burner.
1991 Toyota Celica. At £182, too cheap to refuse....


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:42 am 
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If the drivers side driving/fog light is available I'd be interested in that?


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 12:07 pm 
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Passengers side windscreen trim cover ( presume its the same as the 924S) if it has no dents, rust , I am after it


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2019 10:39 pm 
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Hi Mike, we've got a cam belt cover waiting to go on but not the fixings for it - it's the spacer fittings we're after if you have them?
Thanks, Linda

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:30 am 
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If the drivers side driving/fog light is available I'd be interested in that?


I’m not back in the unit until Wednesday and I’ll check for you then.

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1986 924S. Needing love but, back on the road and loving it!
1986 928 S2 Long term project. Been in storage, needs full recommissioning.
1981 2.0 N/A. Still not running and I’ve had it for months!
1979 Mercedes 450SLC
1955 Land Rover Series 1 107 pick up
1981 VW T25 camper. ‘The nail’ very slow diesel burner.
1991 Toyota Celica. At £182, too cheap to refuse....


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George924S wrote:
Passengers side windscreen trim cover ( presume its the same as the 924S) if it has no dents, rust , I am after it


I’ve a couple of sets stashed away so I’m sure I can come up with a good one for you. I’ll let you know mid week

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1986 924S. Needing love but, back on the road and loving it!
1986 928 S2 Long term project. Been in storage, needs full recommissioning.
1981 2.0 N/A. Still not running and I’ve had it for months!
1979 Mercedes 450SLC
1955 Land Rover Series 1 107 pick up
1981 VW T25 camper. ‘The nail’ very slow diesel burner.
1991 Toyota Celica. At £182, too cheap to refuse....


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:32 am 
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Linda wrote:
Hi Mike, we've got a cam belt cover waiting to go on but not the fixings for it - it's the spacer fittings we're after if you have them?
Thanks, Linda


Likewise, I’ll get back to you Wednesday.

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1986 924S. Needing love but, back on the road and loving it!
1986 928 S2 Long term project. Been in storage, needs full recommissioning.
1981 2.0 N/A. Still not running and I’ve had it for months!
1979 Mercedes 450SLC
1955 Land Rover Series 1 107 pick up
1981 VW T25 camper. ‘The nail’ very slow diesel burner.
1991 Toyota Celica. At £182, too cheap to refuse....


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