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Trying to raise some funds to get my car done for Canby..


Passenger fender. Ugly paint, but good fender that would be perfect with a little body work. $75


Trunk lid. Seen better days, but not rusted out, just ugly. $25


Pair of gray bucket seats out of a Honda. $20


Full wiring harness with fuse block from a '72. $100


Two sets of rear springs. Useful if you want to remove a coil or two and experiment. $25


Two sets of used rear spring isolators. Used, but useable. $20


Drivers door for 2 door. The outside handle is shaved, door is pretty straight. $25


A whole bunch of rear brake parts - drums, backing plates, shoes, etc. $20


Wagon rear end. I was told the axle bearings made noise and the diff was good. Never tested it. Diff can be put in a truck rear if you also swap the spider gears. $50


Pair of doors for 2 door. Good condition, not perfect, which is why I only want $75/ea or $100 for the pair.


Set of 4 13" steel wheels with old tires. These are perfect for wheeling a project car around, etc. $20/set


Sedan R160 open differential 3.90 gears $25


S12 V6 200sx 5 lug front struts. These are the best way to convert the front of your 510 to 5 lug. The 4 piston aluminum calipers from Z32 300ZX bolt on to these struts. They come with hubs and rotors, no calipers. $125


Complete S12 V6 200sx front suspension - crossmember, brakes, struts, sway bar, rack & pinion. Can be modified to fit a 510. $250


Set of 4 Momo 5 lug vintage 5 star wheels to fit above struts. No tires. Includes correct spare with tire. $200


Don't like the price? Make me an offer, I might take it!!

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