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2+2 Metal Cuts And Front Seats. Wrecking.

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Hi Guys,

I have a fairly rusty 2+2 that I'm scavenging some parts off. Just wondering if there is any interest in specific metal cuts that bus restorers are looking for before the shell gets scrapped completely. Sills and doglegs are useless, ask about specific pieces and I'll check for you. 

Also have a pair of front seats for sale, drivers side has rips but still very save-able - $400 

Air conditioning Compressor, bracket, lines, receiver dryer, and condenser - $550 for the lot of that.

 

Parts Sold:

Bumpers and grill
Rear beaver panel grommets
Front indicator housings and lenses
 

 

Located NSW 2769.

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Not sure if the front indicator lens and housing is the same as a 240z but definitely interested in left and right if they are.

 

Thanks, Mick

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Mick no 260z ones have a split amber / clear signal assembly. You can plug it into a 240z though.

 

Car looks nice actually. Shame she will get the chop!

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Hi Guys,

 

I have a fairly rusty 2+2 that I'm scavenging some parts off. Just wondering if there is any interest in specific metal cuts that bus restorers are looking for before the shell gets scrapped completely. Sills and doglegs are useless, ask about specific pieces and I'll check for you. 

 

Also have a pair of front seats for sale, drivers side has rips but still very save-able - $400 

 

Bumpers and grill sold. 

 

Located NSW 2769.

 

Hey mate, would be keen on the bonnet. Also how is the section that the hatch bolts too?

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Ahh, thanks for that Gav.

I will pass on them in that case.

 

Thanks again.

Mick

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Mick no 260z ones have a split amber / clear signal assembly. You can plug it into a 240z though.

 

Car looks nice actually. Shame she will get the chop!

 

Hi Gav, 

It's worse than it looks, floors and rails are pretty good, but not much else that can be saved. But it's helping put another one on the road.

 

Hey mate, would be keen on the bonnet. Also how is the section that the hatch bolts too?

 

Hi Andrew,

Bonnet I'll be keeping for mine mate, sorry. Rear of roof where the hatch bolts to is rusty, but I'll send some pictures this week and you can PM me if you're still interested. 

 

Ahh, thanks for that Gav.

I will pass on them in that case.

 

Thanks again.

Mick

Sorry Mick, don't have anything that'll help you. 

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Actually i dont mind that colour blue. It does need love but is that an original colour?

 

Yeah I kind of like the gunmetal-ish shade on it. I think the interior is brown which usually means it was a bronze exterior car. I'm guessing by radiator support that it's a later 76+ model.

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If you're cutting it up, I'm potentially interested in the window pillars (both sides). Refer to pic here as to why.

 

But would prefer the cut to be a little more than just the pillars if you know what I mean?

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Not 100% sure as I've never been in a position to check but I believe the 2+2 A-pillars are slightly heavier, and using a thicker pinch weld, I suspect req'd due to the longer/heavier doors.

I believe that's why the difference between 2-seat and 2+2 windscreen rubbers. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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In what condition is the fuel filler flap and recess?
Interested to purchase...

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I am also interested in the roof from top of front and rear pillars as well as the fuel filler recess and flap...

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In what condition is the fuel filler flap and recess?

Interested to purchase...

I have a spare flap off a 2+2 in good condition if this one here is no good.

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Not 100% sure as I've never been in a position to check but I believe the 2+2 A-pillars are slightly heavier, and using a thicker pinch weld, I suspect req'd due to the longer/heavier doors.

I believe that's why the difference between 2-seat and 2+2 windscreen rubbers. Correct me if I'm wrong.

 

In that case I might hold off until I can confirm..

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Updated first post with sold items. Replied to all PM's and posts in order.

 

I would be up for the indecator if you are parting with them ? Just pm your price and details
Bruce

Sorry Bruce, first things to go. 

 

Pm sent

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How does the fuel filler section look?

Plenty of rust, flap itself is okay. 

 

Does it have the vent pull tab bits? And clock?.....

Has vent pull tabs, but I'm keeping the clock to play with sorry. It doesn't work, I want to try and bring it back to life. Might sell it if it works at a later stage. 

 

Actually i dont mind that colour blue. It does need love but is that an original colour?

 

Not original, someones gone over it very poorly.

 

Yeah I kind of like the gunmetal-ish shade on it. I think the interior is brown which usually means it was a bronze exterior car. I'm guessing by radiator support that it's a later 76+ model.

 

306 Silver original, 77 model yes. 

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All PM's replied to. 

Also have all air conditioning setup for sale. Compressor, bracket, lines, receiver dryer, and condenser. After $550 for the lot of that.

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not sure if their up for sale but im keen on the three front valance pieces if they are reasonable?

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Interested in the transmission tunnel.

Here's mine:

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and bonnet hinges.

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