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please take some parts !

I still have a lot of good parts from an '87 924s
a few examples :analog clock, early style center console w/a/c knob, (auto.) radiater, coil('86 944), guage cluster(- speedo.), upper nose panel(red), washer tank, radiater tank, door shells, power window motors, ect.
things that are gone: engine, trans., speedo., wheels, and several other things I can't think of now.
If you don't see what you need on the list just ask , if you see something on the list you need make me an offer .I can't figure out how to put pics on here so just ask if you want a pic of something and I'll email it to you. I really need to get rid of it all.
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the nose panel isnt the same as a regular 944 is it?
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nose panel

It looks the same as my '86 944
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if you can shoot some pic of what you have
i may be interested in taking most of it
im building a few race cars and need quite a bit
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i could use a red nose panel..how much for it?
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what type of wheels are on it?
thanks
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wheels

I sold the wheels on ebay . sorry
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engine belly pan

do you have an engine belly pan?

is it the same as a 87 944?

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bellypan

sorry, I sold the complete engine about 6 months ago for $350.00.
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sorry- I was not clear.

I need the pan under the engine. I think it is actually composed of two pieces, one plastic and the other aluminum.

I didn't mean the engine oil pan.

It is not a big deal, just wanted a more complete car and the previous owner misplaced it.

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Do you still have the rear brakes?

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bellypan

sorry I don't any of the engine or body parts except the doors and a hood.
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rear brakes

I do have the rear breaks they have some surface rust and may need new seals (not sure) but I'll give them to you for $20.00 for the pair plus ship. cal. and rotors.
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Sounds good CJ!

I would need essentially:

All of this:
http://www.pelicanparts.com/944/944_parts/944_83-85/Pic69.jpg
(backing plate and emergency brake stuff)

And Parts #9-18 here:
http://www.pelicanparts.com/944/944_parts/944_83-85/Pic42.jpg

It looks like a lot, but comes off in a snap, honest. I will even put in an extra $10 for beer money

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Cigarette lighter plug with clean symbol?

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cig lighter

I think I have one but I don't know how clean the symbol is. It is in a box so I'll try to dig it out and let you know how it looks.
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Thanks...email me pls... flatvguy@aol.com
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