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> Sheetmetal Pieces off of Frankencarcass, Sectioning what's left and a few parts for sale.
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post Oct 27 2018, 03:18 PM
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I've got frankencarcass from kahluver and am offering to cut and send sections of what's left to those who need pieces.
Pieces will be minimum $25 to a Max of $100 plus shipping. If you want to come by my yard and pick your own section and cut it, you can do that too.
PM me for section requests and I'll let you know what shape its in.

Mechanical pieces left are the
steering column $25
steering rack, $30
front suspension (no calipers) $30
pedal assy $40
master cylinder $15
Rear control arm assy (no calipers) $25 each side
Drive shafts $25 each
Three Gurneys, look rough. $40

I needed a few things off of it which i now have so the rest is offered before it goes into out scrap metal dumpster. The sale of any pieces above go to my employees Friday lunch carne asada taco fund as they will help cut the pieces for me.
Refer to Gabe's post yesterday in the cars/rollers for sale to see the last picture of the chassis. I'll try to post a copy in this thread if I can figure it out.

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post Oct 27 2018, 06:57 PM
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What year is the chassis? If it's 70-71, I need a few pieces. Never mind, it's a 73.
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post Oct 28 2018, 04:20 AM
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I'm interested in the pedal assembly. Can you post a pic or two?

Also, Mike ( @mgp4591 ) has been trying to acquire the pedal box area from a tub.
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Mark, I'll get you a photo first thing Monday a.m. I'll be removing it at that time also.

I'll have to assess the condition of the pedal box area for rust.
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post Oct 29 2018, 09:57 AM
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QUOTE(euro911 @ Oct 28 2018, 04:20 AM) *

I'm interested in the pedal assembly. Can you post a pic or two?

Also, Mike ( @mgp4591 ) has been trying to acquire the pedal box area from a tub.

Thanks for the mention Mark and I'll be looking for those pedal box pics - Thanks Beach! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sawzall-smiley.gif)
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QUOTE(euro911 @ Oct 28 2018, 03:20 AM) *

I'm interested in the pedal assembly. Can you post a pic or two?

Also, Mike ( @mgp4591 ) has been trying to acquire the pedal box area from a tub.


Will need some resto for sure.

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I'm interested in the seatbelt attach pockets at the upper end of the firewall. Any good?
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QUOTE(mgp4591 @ Oct 29 2018, 08:57 AM) *

QUOTE(euro911 @ Oct 28 2018, 04:20 AM) *

I'm interested in the pedal assembly. Can you post a pic or two?

Also, Mike ( @mgp4591 ) has been trying to acquire the pedal box area from a tub.

Thanks for the mention Mark and I'll be looking for those pedal box pics - Thanks Beach! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sawzall-smiley.gif)

Hi Mike,

The pedal floor area is too rusted through on the bottom to salvage. Rats !
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I'm interested in the seatbelt attach pockets at the upper end of the firewall. Any good?

I'll look and get back to you.
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QUOTE(euro911 @ Oct 28 2018, 04:20 AM) *
I'm interested in the pedal assembly. Can you post a pic or two?

Also, Mike ( @mgp4591 ) has been trying to acquire the pedal box area from a tub.
Thanks for the mention Mark and I'll be looking for those pedal box pics - Thanks Beach! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sawzall-smiley.gif)
Hi Mike,

The pedal floor area is too rusted through on the bottom to salvage. Rats !
Mike, have you checked with Garold?
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QUOTE(Beach914 @ Oct 29 2018, 01:34 PM) *
Will need some resto for sure.

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I found a spare in the shed while looking for some other parts. I'll pass on this one.

Thanks.
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I'm looking for a straight and rust free left/driver's wheelhouse cut per the pic below. What's the condition of the one on this car?

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I'm looking for the mid-firewall section to make a fan belt access hatch for a six conversion. Please PM me if this is available.

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QUOTE(live free & drive @ Oct 30 2018, 08:08 AM) *

I'm looking for the mid-firewall section to make a fan belt access hatch for a six conversion. Please PM me if this is available.

Jon

Hi Jon, unfortunately it’s why I bought the car.
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QUOTE(doug_b_928 @ Oct 30 2018, 07:37 AM) *

I'm looking for a straight and rust free left/driver's wheelhouse cut per the pic below. What's the condition of the one on this car?

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I’ll look at it tomorrow and try to determine if the area is still in good enough shape (rust free) for you to use.
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QUOTE(doug_b_928 @ Oct 30 2018, 07:37 AM) *

I'm looking for a straight and rust free left/driver's wheelhouse cut per the pic below. What's the condition of the one on this car?

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Hi you re going to have to draw a section on a car so I can mark it for my guys to cut from the actual car. Then I can assess how much has to come before I can get to it.
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If you cut the door sill and quarter per the pic below, that will reveal the piece that I've shown in the pic above. But first check for rust because there's no point wasting time cutting if there's rust.

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