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Old 6th October 2017, 08:52 AM
garyout garyout is offline
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Morning all.
Well after a lot of thought I am 99.9% convinced its time to move on but really not sure how much to stick it on flea bay for so list is..

1.6 mx5 from S reg engine,box,diff,shafts,rear hub, front hubs,column,loom,fuel pump brakes front and rear,chassis plates V5 etc. all you need basically.

TMXR chassis nearly finished welding
TMXR full set of wish bones (quality)
TMXR diff case and nose mount
4x used coil overs good condition
Roll bar
plate for floor
Fuel tank (kev made)
2 new GRP seats
2 new harness
OPB bias brake set up master cylinders, reservoir etc new
2 chrome headlamps
Full set of rear lights and mounts, new
Full set of polley bushes
mk2 escort quick rack with group 4 joint and splined extension
polo rad just for mock up
flexi brake pipe kit and unions
copper pipe and fittings
10 piece body work in light blue (new) equinox
Engine and box have been in car mounts made and fitted
various clips nuts bolts washers and stuff I have forgotten about

Gary
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Old 6th October 2017, 11:00 AM
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Can I ask whats brought this on after spending so much on it?
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Old 6th October 2017, 11:53 AM
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Morning Phil


One reason I think we all know about gave me the right ball ache then purchased body work from Equinox in the hope it would give me a kick up the rear end but it hasn't.. works proper manic and life in general is just busy. Also restoring a Triumph 2000 with me dad so like everyone in life I guess it's time!!!

Gary
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Old 6th October 2017, 01:30 PM
TalonMotorFabrication TalonMotorFabrication is offline
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This may not be what you want to hear but I think you need to start bidding at 800-1000 given that most of your target market may be reading this just to get any interest at this time of year. Post summer school holidays pre Christmas is a bitch to sell any thing, I might suggest splitting it all down in to separate auctions to make back your out lay.
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Old 6th October 2017, 03:30 PM
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Hi Phil


To be honest pretty much what I was thinking give or take a couple of hundred. Separate auctions again is time and hassle id rather it was all gone in one hit then its done no going back , we will see

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