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Mk2/2F Parts left over CHEAP!!

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skeebs

I have some parts left over from a cars that i have broken and sold

Need everything gone otherwise will be binned

 

 

Can post most items 

Or

Collection from Stockport (SK12)

 

£50 The lot

 

Or Individual prices

 

B piller trims X2 - £2 pair

Brake servo (Came off a 50K Car) - £15 Posted

1L Distributor - £5

Expansion tank and cap - £5

Clock instrument cluster - £3

Gear knob X2 - £1 each

mk2 steering shroud - £2

Heater resistor - £5

oil cap - £1

Wiper Bolt covers - £1 each

Rear VW Badge - £2

VW1 Febi Calliper seals (new in box) - £5

Rear number plate light lenses - £1

Ashtray - £2

Polo CL badge - £2

Volkswagen Badge - £3

Switches - £2 each

Passenger door seal - £2

Breadvan rear side window seals (pair) - £5

Breadvan N/S factory tinted window + seal - £8

Beadvan O/S clear window + seal - £5

Mudflaps (In need of repair) - £2

Drivers door clear glass - £2

 

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nige8021

Can you put the prices in the adverts please (forum requirement)

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skeebs
11 minutes ago, nige8021 said:

Can you put the prices in the adverts please (forum requirement)

 

Sorry, Done:smile:

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nige8021

Thank you :thumbsup:

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skeebs

Bump

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1vw2many

B piller covers two of and dizzy and brake servo.  All will need posting please? 

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damunk

flywheel?

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skeebs
2 hours ago, damunk said:

flywheel?

No sorry

 

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Clemmiek

Is any of this still available?

 

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Thschofield

You still got the mud flaps and would the fit a mark 2 coupe?

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