Estate parts.

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Estate parts.

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My 1.9 n/a estate will be getting stripped tomorrow (engine and box accounted for). If anyone wants/needs anything else please sing out pretty sharpish before it goes to the crusher.
I`ll try and save what I can as good bodywork and a few other bits then I`ll have a mad eBay day and list the remainder.



"Beat the crusher"!
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Is it a black dashboard? Is the glovebox intact (i.e. hinges)?

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Having seen it today I can say, Yes and Yes.
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Post by Way2go »

Hi Cav, does it have a sunroof? If so is the black metal bracket that is visible across the width of the sunroof (from the open sunroof) at the front OK as mine has become heavily rusty.
Cant see if it comes out easily, believe that pop rivets may need drilling out.
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No sunroof I`m afraid. Does have a black dash with good glovebox & hinges though.
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Have you still got the trim that the parcel shelf rests on - I still haven't got round to replacing mine. (LH side as viewed from the rear)?

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Possibly mate but as Ken and Aaron will vouch the interior is best described as `well used`.
I`m trying desperately to get the car down to the unit where there`ll be no time limit to getting it stripped.
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Post by ken newbold »

Are you thinking of towing the car? if so there are certain things you WILL need to do first.

Tighten bottom ball joint nuts up.

Tighten hub nuts.

Tighten wheel nuts.

Tie exhaust up.

Ensure no pipework is left dangling down in the engine compartment.
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Plan is to use a trailer Ken and just winch it on. I may have a go at removing the exhaust first, if nothing else as a potential spare for my `new` estate.
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Post by mat_fenwick »

cavmad wrote:Possibly mate but as Ken and Aaron will vouch the interior is best described as `well used`.
I`m trying desperately to get the car down to the unit where there`ll be no time limit to getting it stripped.
Thanks, but I will probably leave it if it is tatty :(