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Looking like I am going to end up with a ROUGH 72’ green on green sportsroof.  It took a hard hit on the front drivers side, then while being stored a storm blew over a tree onto it crushing the roof.

If you plan on passing by far Northern California get in touch.  Interior is in horrific condition as it has been open to the elements for over two decades.  Some glass and other bits are good.  Anything sportsroof specific I’d be happy to sell or donate- as my car is a coupe.  
 

Once I get it home and cleaned out a bit I‘ll post pics and prices.  Prices will be low, but I really don’t want to deal with packing and shipping anything larger than a bankers box.  Local pickup encouraged.

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7 minutes ago, 72' Mach 1 said:

If it has the tach dash, I need the dash harness. Thanks 

No dice on the tach- it has a standard idiot light cluster.

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I'm looking for left front and right rear splash shields, and front spindles for a front disc brake car, if you've got them and can spare them.

Ron

Rusty, a 1973 Mach 1, needs a lot of work.

Billy, a 1976 Ford Bronco, also needs a lot of work.

El Guapo, a 1986 F150, frame-off Resto-Mod.

Bubba, my 1994 F150, daily driver

Formerly, a 1973 Ford Mustang Coupe - a work in progress, then a car-b-qued banana.

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Floor pans are toast, rear quarters have rust / trunk drops / trunk floor is toast.  


I found the horns in the trunk and will give them a test beep.  
 

 

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@MikeGriese I’ll check the horns tomorrow.  If the low works $15+ shipping?

@TheRktmn

The instrument cluster is CRUSTY as the windshield had been out of the car for a decade- and it has been outside.  Still want it?  Free plus you pay shipping.

@73MustangCoupe

No left front splash shield, it must have been damaged in the wreck.  The right rear splash shield is nice ($20 + shipping) It is a disk brake car, but I am not sure I would trust the drivers side spindle as it may be tweaked from when the car was wrecked.   I want to keep the spindles on the car for a bit so it rolls.  That being said I have a buddy In town who has a pair of disk brake spindles off a 73 that wasn’t wrecked.  I can check with him if you are interested.
 

 

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10 hours ago, Bentworker said:

@TheRktmn

The instrument cluster is CRUSTY as the windshield had been out of the car for a decade- and it has been outside.  Still want it?  Free plus you pay shipping.

 

Sure do.  All I need is the warning light assembly but if it's easier to send the whole thing that's fine too. 

These pics are a clock, but they show the backing plate and front faceplate that I need.

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Bob

 

Tachs, Voltmeters, Headlight kits, Wiper delays and more at

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I've got another lead on the splash shields, but the spindles I definitely need. If you can check with your buddy with the front spindles that woule be much appreciated.

 

Ron

Rusty, a 1973 Mach 1, needs a lot of work.

Billy, a 1976 Ford Bronco, also needs a lot of work.

El Guapo, a 1986 F150, frame-off Resto-Mod.

Bubba, my 1994 F150, daily driver

Formerly, a 1973 Ford Mustang Coupe - a work in progress, then a car-b-qued banana.

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Looks like a factory radiator, if the upper bracket has a stamped part #, it might be worthwhile for someone to recore for a concours car.

 

 

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@MikeGriese

The low note horn does not work.  I grabbed it out of the trunk and it was sitting bracket down.  The back is pretty badly corroded.  I’d call it junk.  Sorry!

 

 

@TheRktmn

I pulled out the warning light assembly.  The plastic is fine, the steel face is pretty crusty.  Want me to pack it up and get it to Texas?

 

@92GTS-R

Drivers door shell is what I would call very good.  Pretty straight Seems solid, has a huge amount of broken glass and Wasp nests inside.  I poked around and while it is rusty in the bottom it is NOT rotten.  Looks like it would clean up with a dip or blast without any holes.  See pics.
 

@73MustangCoupe

I got ahold of my buddy that has the spindles- they are complete with calipers and hubs / rotors.  I would consider the rotors scrap.  The calipers are a wildcard on if they are rebuildable or not. Splash shields are bent from rough handling.  It will be at least a week until I can get my hands on them (he is working the fires). Do you need just the bare spindles?

I swapped wheels on my parts car today and I got to take a close look at the drivers side.  Whatever it hit was hard enough to break the rotor, confirming the spindle isn’t fit for service.  The passenger side rear splash shield is good, but a little eroded where it touches the fender.  If you end up needing it get in touch.
 

@Hemikiller

I’ll have to take a closer look at the radiator.  Today I noticed that one of the tanks got tweaked when it was wrecked.  It is covered in ring tail cat poo so I have been avoiding it.

 


 

 


 

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Pretty decent front Passenger side fender.  Needs some metalwork where the front bumper tweaked it.  No rot.  $150 pickup only.
 

Rear extensions- small gouge in the drivers side.  $40 each or $70 for the pair plus shipping.

standard rear valance.  $60 almost perfect, needs very little bodywork- no rot. 
Pickup only.

Front inner fender splash shields.  Condition fair.  Passenger front, Passenger rear, Drivers front.  
$15 each- or $40 for all.

 

Located within 20 minutes of Weed CA.

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16 hours ago, Bentworker said:

@TheRktmn

I pulled out the warning light assembly.  The plastic is fine, the steel face is pretty crusty.  Want me to pack it up and get it to Texas?

Yes, please.  Do you need me to PM my address to you?

Bob

 

Tachs, Voltmeters, Headlight kits, Wiper delays and more at

http://www.rccinnovations.com/Images/smlogo.jpg

Rocketman's Classic Cougar (and Mustang) Innovations, LLC

 

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@73MustangCoupe

I got the disk brake spindles from my buddies shop today.  
 

While they look crusty the area of the spindle that normally gets screwed up from bad bearings is Very good on these.  You can feel some ridges with your fingernail where the inner race contacted the shoulder of the spindle.  Spindles should clean up nicely once you get the gunk off.  Also the upper ball joint, lower ball joint and tie rod areas have little to no hammer damage.   I know the car these came off of and it was not wrecked, just a rust bucket.

  Rock shields are hammered.  

Rotor / hubs were one piece aftermarket ones and went in the scrap pile - not available.
 

Calipers are crusty but may be rebuildable.

$120 plus shipping for the pair with or without the calipers.

 

 

 

 

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Hey Bentworker,

That sounds good.  Please PM me and let me know how we can settle up, and I can get you my shipping address.

Ron

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Ron

Rusty, a 1973 Mach 1, needs a lot of work.

Billy, a 1976 Ford Bronco, also needs a lot of work.

El Guapo, a 1986 F150, frame-off Resto-Mod.

Bubba, my 1994 F150, daily driver

Formerly, a 1973 Ford Mustang Coupe - a work in progress, then a car-b-qued banana.

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Thanks for the door pics, I did not realise it had the extra trim on the outside of the door, I presume the trim is attached to the door using screws through the outer door skin.  Im looking for a clean door with no holes. Sorry.

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