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84 944 part out

I have been a lurker here for some time, but life events necessitate a reduction in projects.So I am parting out a complete yellow resprayed 944. Everything is there she just doesn't have a title yet. I know forum rules require prices so 10$ plus shipping for all switches and relays 20 plus shipping on gauges 100 plus shipping for fenders 900 plus shipping for motor. Trans axle is no good it only work in reverse the starter is bad and the dash is cracked but not horribly will take offers on all parts. I know I have no rep here so some will be Leary of dealing with. Feel free to ask any questions you may have. Some back ground on my self I work as security for a local bar and am currently attending the local university. I am also an honorably discharged member of the Army where I was discharged due to a jump accident. Any thing else any one wants to know to put their mind at ease just ask. like I said the whole car is there and I am taking offers on parts as there is no title. I will update with photos soon. Have a nice day.
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Hey I would love the bleeder nut for the coolant, picture #8 next to the J-boot as well as the TPS.

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Sounds good what is a fair price to you?
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Does it have a good console lid? How much if it does?
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The center console is in good shape but some one covered in in vinyl and did not do such a hot job I took the vinyl off and they put bondo in a seam to smooth it. here are pics.
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Sorry, I meant the flip up armrest part of the console.


Like this piece, but all I need is the lid.
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Yea I got that and it is good shape no tears or other issue, what do u think on price?
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How is the passenger side rear bumper pad?
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It is uniform in color no dents dings or other deformation all in all I would call it a grade A.
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How does $30 shipped for both sound??
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Norm sounds good Pm me your info I will pull parts tomorrow. How do you wanna pay?
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It is uniform in color no dents dings or other deformation all in all I would call it a grade A.
No paint overspray? How about the mounting studs, and nuts, they rusty or pulled out? What were you thinking for price shipped to the Springs?
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No there is no over spray. it is still mounted so I don't know about bolts yet I dont want to pull unnecessary parts until they are wanted or needed. I am sure I can get them off in one piece the Datsun z cars have a similar system. Make me an offer.
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I have a buddy bringing me one tomorrow, and if that doesnt work out I'll make a offer on yours tomorrow. Thanks for your time!!
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Sounds good
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Well it didn't work out, he broke a stud trying to take it off. Will you do $20 shipped? If you can get if off without breaking a stud. Also could you take a pic of the back side when it's off?
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Yea no problem I will try to get it done today
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Yea I got that and it is good shape no tears or other issue, what do u think on price?
Looks like I actually need the piece that goes under it too, which I think it different on a late car. I'll check and get back to you. Thanks!
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Looks like I actually need the piece that goes under it too, which I think it different on a late car. I'll check and get back to you. Thanks!
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