Original chassis was dipped and repaired before the crash, reuse is questionable.
Parts lot includes 5 bolt on wheels and hubcaps, Marston rad, steering rack, driveshaft, complete 3.9 diff, both front uprights and brakes, antirollbar, rear a arms, hub carrier, half shafts, headlight pods and vacuum units, cast iron manifold and downpipe, door handles, boot hinges, door hinges, chrome emblems, tail lights and inner covers, gas tank and sender, air filter canister, full set of instruments, washer switch, h/l switch and toggles, steering column parts, tonneau cover, seat clamps, dash grille, front grille, parking lights, plexiglass door glass and window mechanism, generator, starter, regulator, clutch parts, and cockpit surround strip, door ashtrays, pedals ,handbrake lever.
No motor or transmission, no windshield or frame or dash, very little interior. Crashpad is present but in poor shape.
- Fourth Gear
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Shipment cost of the title and unit number plate is very cheap and you could sell the rest in the USA for about what you paid
In fact personally I would sell it in two parts like that
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any seasoned advice in MP most welcome...
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