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Old 04-14-2004, 08:12 PM   #1
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I've been trying to get the 87 taken care of for what seems like forever, I've towed the car back to my house and I am planning to part it out on Ebay (since you guys don't want the parts it seems). What should I take the time to remove and sell?

I'm figuring Headlights, Taillinghts, Rims, maybe my supercool wood dash peice... I don't know really what I can sell, But the junkyard says they'll give me $75 for the car. That is an insult.
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Well the $75 is standard for any car usually (less its rare?) with a toasted motor.
You could strip off all the parts I suppose but why limit yourself to ebay? Use the local papers and auto trader too. Some people dont like ebay (not me :P ) and sorry I dont need any 87 parts
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Whats wrong with it?
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Maybe I can help you out with your surplus parts. I typically don't search for things to buy via internet but it might just help us both. Shall I PM you with the odds & ends that I need?
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Hey, If you need any parts, lemme know what you want, $75 is just for the shell of the car, They don't care how many peices I have of it....


It doesn't seem like it'* getting spark, and I've run through the diagnostics like 400 times. I've put lie $1300 worth of new parts into it, and the only thing I haven't replaced on the Ignition side I think is the Ignition Module itself...
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Well there'* your problem... Nimrod
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Well that last part is expensive... And with the rear shocks gone, the tires is questionable condition, I could get like $300 for it locally.


Had me an idea, I'll auction off the chance to buy parts of the car Whole lot easier than auctionng off every single peice...
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