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Old 29th July 2020, 11:22   #1
lasercutter
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My 75 died a couple of years ago and I've finally sorted out all the parts I bought for it that I never got around to fitting so it's time to pass them on.
I would prefer collection (especially the fragile items) but can organise delivery at buyers expense and risk.
Please be aware that some these items were bought by myself second hand and as they were never fitted I can't say for 100% that they work but were sold to me as working (powerfolds are one such item)


Here we go....


Mk1 Halogen projector headlights (pattern part) pair £120
Pair Mk1 saloon rear lights with new seals £50
Saloon roof bars (need a bit of TLC) £35
pair rear door chrome trim £20
Pair of leather front headrests (black with grey trim) £8
warning triangle in Rover/Mg bag (bit grubby) £6
Diesel inlet manifold (partially internally cleaned) £20
Pair of cheapo plastic rear mudflaps £4
unused cigarette lighter £2
A/C control panel £10
couple of radios and a glovebox cd changer £10
Heko wind deflectors (fitted but then removed) £12
self adhesive chrome numbers 7 and 5 £5
chrom trim for sills (pair) £15
rear ashtray converted to house two double usb sockets £10
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Old 29th July 2020, 15:50   #2
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I also have a Haynes workshop manual, hardly used but it is old £5
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