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    hi all
    the saga of my 16TS continues with rectifying bad previous bodges but the end is near....
    I have now been offered a 1976? 16 complete car for spares...as my car is a 70 model how many bits are the same? Im not even sure if it's a TS....I didn't really want a wreck in my yard...im told it's rusty
    so is anyone on here chasing 16 parts?
    once I have taken the bits Im after I could offer it up to fellow 16 owners
    Is there any demand?

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    Hi Dogboy,
    I am looking for a good condition "long" dash cushion, for above the instruments, that goes the full length of the dash.

    Put up a picture please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geckoeng View Post
    Hi Dogboy,
    I am looking for a good condition "long" dash cushion, for above the instruments, that goes the full length of the dash.

    Put up a picture please.

    Ray
    as soon as I get it I will post photos...cheers
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    1967 Honda S800 cabrio
    Citroen 1970 DS21 Cabrio replica
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    1975 VW Kombi poptop
    1987 2CV
    Porsche Boxster S manual
    1988 Vespa PX200E

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    Your car is going to need a lot of bits that aren't on a 76. My view would be to leave it until you find an older car. Don't waste your space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melc View Post
    Your car is going to need a lot of bits that aren't on a 76. My view would be to leave it until you find an older car. Don't waste your space.

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    the only cost is transport which may be $300? I could do with trim bits that are the same..
    steering wheel,instruments,heater,and engine as well as steering rack etc should be the same?
    selling parts may help recover the cost of moving?
    in any case I have 5 1/2 acres so no problem finding room
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    I could do with some glass to replace some of my smashed.
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    Mate, As long as the space is not an issue, you'll be right. Front and rear grille- works are different which are good if you stack it, that's my thought, still many good bits though.
    4's 16's and Caravelle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melc View Post
    Mate, As long as the space is not an issue, you'll be right. Front and rear grille- works are different which are good if you stack it, that's my thought, still many good bits though.
    Did you end up getting this car? I'm after a few bits and pieces.

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    I’m in Perth looking for some good driveshafts, if they will fit my TL.

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