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Talking Sold my shiznit

Well, got done with a job interview today and orientation (I got the job ) and as I walked out of the building somebody was looking at the Porsche, he took a good look at it and went for a test drive and all that stuff. WEELLL, he bought it, the car is finally gone! I'm so pumped, time for somethign I won't break every week

Now I probably won't be around here very often anymore (as though most of you care) so you won't have the search/google nazi. BUT, with me leaving the Porsche industry means that I have a PILE of parts to take to the dump, so if there's any misc. engine/tranny part you need I'll sell them to you for cheap since I would rather get the parts to somebody who will enjoy them instead of the garbage man.
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Old 08-05-2004, 08:26 PM
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List of parts?

Wondering if there's anything i can use...
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I'm sure if you do a search, you'll find all the people who need your parts!! j/k
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if you do a search you would probebly find the list of parts too, n00b! j/k
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got any wheels>?
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I have almost a full junk engine laying around (bent crack and block might be warped, I'll have the block checked if anybody is interested). And a couple bad trannies laying around; sorry no good R&P.


Sorry Mac, I don't have any good wheels laying around. All are either bent or cracked. I do have one that's not bent or cracked, but it's painted black with curb rash, if you want that one you can have it for $5 + ship.
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What about a stock airbox and intake elbow/boot?
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sorry pokey, Pelican Parts carries intake boots though and you could just strape on a K&N cone filter
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