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    Default Goodbye GS Club parts

    A pair of 1974 GS taillights. Not faded. $50

    Assortment of GS spheres, struts, and an accumulator. Some spheres dead.
    Free to anyone who can collect them or pay the freight. (You could bury them in someones backyard).

    Left-hand GS rear arm with disc, caliper, and pivot shaft. Pivot re-built replacing needle roller bearings with huge bonze bush about 25 years ago by TAA engineering department. Never used. $100. (Out of warranty).

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    Warwick.

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    Of the 6 posts relating GS parts, there is effectively only one reply.
    Sad really. They were a great little car. Over-priced in this country, but a good car none the less.

    So it's off to the tip with this lot then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WLB
    Of the 6 posts relating GS parts, there is effectively only one reply.
    Sad really. They were a great little car. Over-priced in this country, but a good car none the less.

    So it's off to the tip with this lot then.
    Warwick - I'd be interested in the accumulator sphere if it isn't dead. Can you post to Bris?

    cheers

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    Sure Graham, I'll find out the cost. Parcel Post is probably cheapest.
    The accumulator wasn't dead when it came off the car (wrecking) in 1980.
    I replaced a couple of dead spheres in Melbourne in 1980, and removed a full set of good ones from a car in Singapore the same year. Unfortunately, they ended up mixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WLB
    Sure Graham, I'll find out the cost. Parcel Post is probably cheapest.
    The accumulator wasn't dead when it came off the car (wrecking) in 1980.
    I replaced a couple of dead spheres in Melbourne in 1980, and removed a full set of good ones from a car in Singapore the same year. Unfortunately, they ended up mixed.

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    Cool mate - thank you

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