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FMJ Body Parts For Sale

  1. XfbodyX

    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    Although these parts are very very dusty, like over 20 years dusty they are not heat/sun/ozone bitten chalked up or flaking apart.

    As the pics illustrate ive front kick panels, end caps, dash end caps,lower rear seat panels, a set of fold down rear seat/trunk dress up panels and the tail light cover that goes in that package. A couple sets of the plastic rear window R n L.

    Cowl vents, hood to rad rubber seals.

    Most will wash up very nice and some might benefit from a shot of the sem black to get the new all black dark look.

    A few have a couple scratches on them but would still make great driver parts.

    Ive got a few boxes of seat belt related parts.

    These are all from 2 door coupes.

    Why so much dust, because my thoughts are the less I touched and moved them the better they would keep.

    If there is any interest in some of these, message me and I will wash some up for better pics.

    Prices depend on what item it is, how good of shape you need, ect. I think im supposed to list the price for the items but there is many and the more I can sell in one shot the cheaper they can go. And honestly for no more then they are worth I dont have the time to list each item separate, easier just to toss them. I hope thats understandable.

    Im not the best photographer so if there is an item you need better pics of, just ask.

    Sorry, I will only ship to the lower 48 only.

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  2. DCAspen

    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    How much for the 2 fold down seat panels?Any cracks in them?
     
  3. XfbodyX

    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    Other then dusty they are flawless, flexible not brittle, no cracks, no gouges, no signs of any fastener ever being over tightened. I took them off a untouched car that was too rusty to save, hell even the passenger side mirror rusted off. But looking back I wish id saved the whole car.

    They are good enough to go on a judged car.

    $50 plus shipping?


    I can wash them up and send you good pics if you wish, id just need a email addy.
     
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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    Where are you located?
     
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    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    I'm in Connecticut,I'll take the panels for $50.00,If you can get a shipping price ,my zip code is 06492.No hurry,do it when you get some time.Thanks
     
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    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    I can check on the shipping cost monday and get with your then. They are light enough the post office might be cheaper then ups.
     
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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    I just worry about the size,It seems the bigger it is the more they charge you.Let me know what you find out.
     
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    Jonnyuma Well-Known Member

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    Per my PM, here's the piece I'm looking for.
    I didn't resize so they might be LARGE... it's hard to tell on my phone how pics will appear on a PC

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    The lock cylinder
     
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    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    I have some of the non locking type.

    Same part, just no keyhole.
     
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    Jonnyuma Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm... that might work.
    I kinda like having the option of locking it, but it's not like anything in there is actually secure...
    However, with it stripped-out the way it is, the only way I can open it is with a key or a screwdriver stuck into the lock-slot... so there's that.
    Can you get a picture or two? Don't make a special trip, it's not like it's a high-value part.
    I like to start slow, fix little convenience items, learn the car, then move on from there. I'm not Chip Foose and the A-Team who go body-off before the second commercial.
     
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    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    Very dusty but not crusty, I looked at three I could reach easily, all the same. also sent you a pm.

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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    I have an entire glove box door with lock if your interested?
     
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    The dust is a good protector of environmental and UV hazards. Also helps to keep curious hands and wandering eyes in pockets, where they belong!