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Thread: WTT: Rear Seat Delete / Luggage Shelf, Long Island

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    WTT: Rear Seat Delete / Luggage Shelf, Long Island

    Gents - I am on Long Island, and this is yours for a case of craft beer and/or a lead on a 19mm lug wrench (bent end), 19/22 double ring wrench that someone is willing to sell/trade for.

    Then, we can crack said beer and discuss it.

    It's a reproduction, lower quality pressboard with a liberal use of staples. It will work, serve a purpose and the doors close/latch and it all operates.

    Its just not as quality as I'd like, and the pressboard is pulling apart in areas (will need a few wood screws to tighten it up).

    Otherwise, it is good to go. I plan on Gold Coast Porsche tomorrow, as well as various shows on Long Island / New Canaan this year and can hang onto it until we get together. Otherwise, come on by.

    Thank you

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    Looking for motor number: 3280343 (I am running engine number 3280124)
    Looking for transmission number: 3280571

    My 78 FJ40 Build

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    Hello
    I have extra tools I will trade.
    Can you wait until Hershey meet?
    Thanks

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