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Old 04-17-2019, 02:05 PM
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These are NLA and fit 85-86 USA only
$400

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Old 04-17-2019, 02:43 PM
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$400 for Unobtainium! Nice.

Now if I could only find an 85-86 belly pan.
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I've got a pair of the 85/86 tubes I'd sell for $250 plus shipping. In pretty good shape, not perfect; no tears, just a little crinkly on one of the bellows, but underneath so that's not visible. I can bring to Hershey if anyone wants them.
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Is the top the same as the 87 and up tops?
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Is the top the same as the 87 and up tops?
No
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Originally Posted by 928S MN View Post

Now if I could only find an 85-86 belly pan.
I have a belly pan in my parts stash. Post a pic or send me one ([email protected]) of what the one you're looking for should look like and I'll see if it's like mine. The one I have didn't come with my '79 and also won't work with the aero mods so I was going to clean it up, paint it, and sell it. I think on eBay they're going for a few hundred $s but maybe I'm wrong about that.

If it's the right one, I'm taking a bunch of parts to the powder coater tomorrow for my engine R&R on my '79 and could have it powdercoated any color you'd like while I'm at it.
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This is the one I have - it's steel




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Petza914 that is the belly pan for the 78 to 86 cars though some early ones were made differently - you will have no problem selling that rare piece.
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Originally Posted by ROG100 View Post
Petza914 that is the belly pan for the 78 to 86 cars though some early ones were made differently - you will have no problem selling that rare piece.
Thanks Roger.
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Little bit of thread hijacking here...
Does anyone know if the early steel belly pan will clear the larger Bosch alternator on the S3ĺs?
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$200 for this one. It has a few small missing pieces so look close
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I'm pretty sure that I have the complete 85-86 air box with filter and tubes. Have to look for the rubber tie downs. Had no idea of the scarcity ......$500? call or text 816.853.4663
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I also have the fan shroud assembly.....don't know if that is rare at all
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Sold
Steel with most paint removed 😜

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PM sent.

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