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TO THE MORONS WHO CAN'T READ THE DATE ON A FORUM POST, THIS THREAD IS MORE THAN TWO YEARS OLD! I DON'T REMEMBER WHAT THIS CAR LOOKED LIKE LET ALONE HAVE ANY PARTS. SO STOP ASKING FOR RANDOM BITS!!!

Thank you.

Whole car being stripped for parts - quick sale

Wollongong, NSW

All panels except bootlid damaged - mechanically great

Bought car for parts - lots left

Pickup only preferred

RB25DET, 5-speed, all driveline, some interior, 4 x standard S14 rims, dash components, headlights, tailights etc

ONLY contactable via email: [email protected]

Adrian

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Whole car being stripped for parts - quick sale

Wollongong, NSW

All panels except bootlid damaged - mechanically great

Bought car for parts - lots left

Pickup only preferred

RB25DET, 5-speed, all driveline, some interior, 4 x standard S14 rims, dash components, headlights, tailights etc

ONLY contactable via email: [email protected]

Adrian

Everyone will want the power window regulator

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How much for the 4 x standard S14 rims? Would they fit a S2 R33 GTST? With or without tyres? Condition?

$500 - 2 tyres are in great condition - 2 in less than great condition.

hey,

What do you want for front calipers and what would you sell the box separate for?

Front calipers - $300 - box $1500 but only if it doesn't sell with the motor.

im after the thing that you use to turn on the headlights and indicate with.. im not sure what its called, sorry mate.. do you have it?

also the front left shock absorber.

Indicator stalk - $60 - front left shock - dunno, make an offer.

Motor - $2500 - BUT Speak to kossak and by the motor and box for $3000 and you guys work out the dollars.

Adrian

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