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#1 Treasure Chest

Post by Series1 Stu » Sat Jun 15, 2019 9:46 pm

I've just crated up all the parts I've replaced. This includes, numbers matching gearbox. Rear axle (as per service manual parlance) or diff unit as most would say. This is 3.07 powr-lock and I have no idea why it isn't under my car. All 4 brake calipers and hand brake calipers etc. Prop shaft. LHD dash panels and so much more.


All because I would like to keep the original parts with the car in case somebody at some point wants to return the car to original spec.

My question. Am I being over-zealous and should I just sell all the parts to get some cash back or should I stick to my plans?


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#2 Re: Treasure Chest

Post by MarkRado » Sun Jun 16, 2019 4:51 am

as long as you have got the space for the box, just keep it, a nice piece of memory. The revenue of the parts sales (except for the 3.07) will fund next to nothing of a lifelong etype ownership.
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