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> FS Engine jack tool and leftover parts, Tangerine R. engine lift tool for floor jack $100
marksteinhilber
post Dec 9 2019, 04:20 PM
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(SOLD) Fiberglass front air dam. Not stock or LE valence. Has been reinforced at tabs and there are some other FG repairs on backside, ready to prep and paint. accepts rubber lower skirt from 914 rubber, but none included. $70

(SOLD) Tangerine Racing jack tool for changing engines. Has round dowel plug that drops into standard floor jack. Does not fit Harbor Freight Pittsburg and other brands that has screw in fitting. $100 plus shipping

(SOLD) rear reflector - PORSCHE between taillights for 914. Trunk lock must be removed, but trunk can be opened using small push rod through small hole in reflector, or by setting up a remote cable release. $60 for reflector, unfortunately I couldn't find the 12V release solenoid.

(SOLD) targa sail bottom narrow chrome moldings, Left side is brand new from Sierra Madre, in package, with 4 clips. Right side is used but good condition, no clips. Old ones from your car can be reused. new were about $30 each. $35 for the pair.

sail rear trim hold down bracket. one only for L or R. shown in photo with targa side trim mouldings $8

(SOLD) 1975-76 914 door cards, Right and Left. no significant rips visible, but masonite board has some warp due to moisture, useable, restorable. most hardware for handles and pockets have been removed and not included $20 each Local pickup suggested.

(SOLD) 914 US tail light assembly ® with lens & bulbs, good working condition, no melts or cracks in housing. decent rear seal. needs new lens seal. Lens is driver quality with crazing, some faint stress cracks, and is missing one of the three threaded holders. Crazing and cracks don't leak water. no hex nuts or washers for housing. $40 matching (L) tail light lens also driver quality, with some crazing. $10

Passenger foam footrest $25

(SOLD)Drivers plywood footboard with throttle stop $15

Working AM FM Sapphire radio complete with faceplate and knobs. Correct for 74 faceplate weave. I have video of it playing available. Mono $250 possible show car resto???

Shifter plastic bushing, dirty but new $4

Gearbox side shift console with fork and bronze slider bushings. Bronze bushings need to be brazed together to stay in place or the bronze bushing needs a groove machined to add a circlip. roll pin in ball fitting has slop that needs attention. I fixed another of these by drilling and tapping for a set screw at 90 degrees to roll pin. $40

(SOLD) Steel repair parts. L and R footwell corners inside front wheel wells. You harvest what you need instead of fabricating part that is not made. Has jacking donuts too! $20 each. I can cut these down to what you want for shipping if desired.

(SOLD) Wiper sheet metal valence pieces. Not perfect, but easier to fix these parts than to fab new parts from scratch. Or use for repair pieces to repair curved channels. $10 per side.

Driver side inner and outer suspension console. From dry Cali car. very little rust in hell hole area. I can harvest what you need from this piece so you can install. $150 harvested. $80 as is but is bulky to ship.
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post Dec 9 2019, 05:49 PM
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I will take the engine plate.
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post Dec 9 2019, 06:08 PM
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I assume BDStone914 meant the Tangerine Racing jack tool - if he passes (or if I'm mistaken) I'll take it!
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I already have the rear reflector but if you can find the release solenoid then I'd be interested in that.
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post Dec 9 2019, 06:46 PM
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I will take the sail panel trim. Any pictures?
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I will take the sail panel trim. Any pictures? Also the taillight parts.
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post Dec 10 2019, 12:07 PM
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Wow, quick responses. Bruce will get the Tangerine Racing Engine lifting plate. I'll give him a ring and make arrangements to deliver.

I'll get pictures of the sail trim and find the trunk release solenoid tonight after work.
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post Dec 10 2019, 05:55 PM
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QUOTE(marksteinhilber @ Dec 10 2019, 11:07 AM) *

Wow, quick responses. Bruce will get the Tangerine Racing Engine lifting plate. I'll give him a ring and make arrangements to deliver.

I'll get pictures of the sail trim and find the trunk release solenoid tonight after work.


Hi,
Can you post a few more pics of the reflector. Is it the standard reflective red lenz material. it looks different to me, maybe just the up close view.

Thank you,
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post Dec 11 2019, 10:40 AM
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QUOTE(Thunderchief @ Dec 9 2019, 04:15 PM) *

I already have the rear reflector but if you can find the release solenoid then I'd be interested in that.


Sorry, I looked for the solenoid and it appears I let it go with the 1974 car I sold a year ago. I've got some edits to do to the classified ad now. Thanks for the interest. Mark
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post Dec 11 2019, 12:47 PM
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bdstone has spoken for the engine jack lift plate and it is sold.

I have edited the listing to include more condition information and pictures. The following people are first in line for parts after considering updated pictures and condition:

racingredsc - sail panel bottom trim and taillight parts.

pneuhyde - first in line on center reflector. I have another one that is different as wall art in my son's room. This one is likely a reproduction and doesn't show any type of hexagonal pattern in the reflectors, more of a metal flake look behind the acrylic face. This one is priced accordingly and would also make nice wall art.
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QUOTE(marksteinhilber @ Dec 11 2019, 11:47 AM) *

bdstone has spoken for the engine jack lift plate and it is sold.

I have edited the listing to include more condition information and pictures. The following people are first in line for parts after considering updated pictures and condition:

racingredsc - sail panel bottom trim and taillight parts.

pneuhyde - first in line on center reflector. I have another one that is different as wall art in my son's room. This one is likely a reproduction and doesn't show any type of hexagonal pattern in the reflectors, more of a metal flake look behind the acrylic face. This one is priced accordingly and would also make nice wall art.


Thanks Mark. I think I will bow out, Not looking for a wall hanging

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post Dec 12 2019, 02:17 AM
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Mark,

I'll take the fiberglass air dam if you don't mind shipping it and the shipping isn't too outrageous. My zip is 30165 if you decide to do a quote.

If you are "in" and want to look at the Greyhound option...usually cheaper...then the one in Marietta, GA would be the closest to me. I looked at your zip and mine, and it looks like the Greyhound route would be about $90, which I would pay.

The only caveat to that route, is that, in order to get the lowest rate, you have to drop it off at Greyhound, and I have to pick it up there. They sometimes have funny hours.

Bottom line, I'll give you $170 including shipping if you want to clean out the garage.

Thanks and lemme know.
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post Dec 16 2019, 06:41 PM
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QUOTE(Craigers17 @ Dec 12 2019, 12:17 AM) *

Mark,

I'll take the fiberglass air dam if you don't mind shipping it and the shipping isn't too outrageous. My zip is 30165 if you decide to do a quote.

If you are "in" and want to look at the Greyhound option...usually cheaper...then the one in Marietta, GA would be the closest to me. I looked at your zip and mine, and it looks like the Greyhound route would be about $90, which I would pay.

The only caveat to that route, is that, in order to get the lowest rate, you have to drop it off at Greyhound, and I have to pick it up there. They sometimes have funny hours.

Bottom line, I'll give you $170 including shipping if you want to clean out the garage.

Thanks and lemme know.
Craig


I think that will work. Front airdam is sold. I'll PM you with arrangements.
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post Dec 16 2019, 06:57 PM
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I sent 6 steel bumpers x-country to Oscar - DE to CA for $90, Fedex, door to door. Just sayin...
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Do you still have the L and R front floor corners? And the pedal floor board (and is it straight)?
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post Dec 16 2019, 11:16 PM
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QUOTE(bkrantz @ Dec 16 2019, 08:11 PM) *

Do you still have the L and R front floor corners? And the pedal floor board (and is it straight)?

Yes, I have both front floor complete corners and the wood floor board is perfectly flat.
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QUOTE(mepstein @ Dec 16 2019, 04:57 PM) *

I sent 6 steel bumpers x-country to Oscar - DE to CA for $90, Fedex, door to door. Just sayin...

How? Please share the secret Fedex handshake with us! FedEx cross country for one bumper Fedex about 2-3 years ago for me was $90. Bus freight greyhound station to station cross country was $84 for a 23x 23x 67 inch box of 20 lbs. the box volume seems to be the driver.
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QUOTE(marksteinhilber @ Dec 16 2019, 10:16 PM) *

QUOTE(bkrantz @ Dec 16 2019, 08:11 PM) *

Do you still have the L and R front floor corners? And the pedal floor board (and is it straight)?

Yes, I have both front floor complete corners and the wood floor board is perfectly flat.


I will take all 3, please. Can you PM me so I can arrange payment? And details about how much of the floor pieces I need.
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Can I grab the Wiper sheet metal valence pieces please?

I can pick up.
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post Dec 20 2019, 12:59 PM
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QUOTE(Tdskip @ Dec 18 2019, 10:01 AM) *

Can I grab the Wiper sheet metal valence pieces please?

I can pick up.

Yes, Wiper/windshield area sheet metal sold to Tdskip! very local pickup too!
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