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Sheet metal sale

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Cowl sheet metal, rust free $75



Dash Panel, $225



Rear package shelf, $200



Front clip with good pan, short hood, $250





Left and right door posts, $125 each







Complete non sunroof panel, $500

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I'm looking for a piece in the right rear of the engine compartment. The "frame rail" running back to the tailight .

Do you possibly have this to cut out?

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will the front pan in the front clip fit the 80sc?
are you willing to cut the pan out?
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Yes, the clip will fit an 80, but you can buy a front pan only for the same money.
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thanks, had no idea what they were going for, really only need a partial pan, about 3 inches square around the torsion bar mounting bracket
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I may have a piece of pan, can you send me a picture of the area you need.
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Cowl sheet metal. How much shipped to 36330?
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Hi, I'm interested in the front clip if you can ship to Canada (E2K4A5). You can separate the inner fenders from the front pan if that aids in shipping. Most of my rust repair is located in the area of the shock mounts.

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If you need the shock tower area, I have this section.







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Cowl sold to the first requester, thanks
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Rear shelf

Hi. I know this is an old post, but you never know.... I am in need of a rear package shelf like the one you posted for sale. A previous owner cut round speaker holes about 4 inches in diameter out of mine. Can you help? If yours was sold many moons ago, does anyone else viewing this have one to sell? Thanks!
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If this is still a valid post I will take the two door hinge posts
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Hinge posts are available

Roof sold

Rear shelf sold
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email sent on front clip and shock tower section, thanks
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Hi John, how about the heater control assy?? I could use a nice one
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Still interested in buying the rear parcel shelf. No response. Does that mean it's no longer available? Please let me know. Thanks!
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Still interested in buying the rear parcel shelf. No response. Does that mean it's no longer available? Please let me know. Thanks!
See his post at 8:55 - Sold
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