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More Coupe bits #1635394
09/09/2019 09:48
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Finally got round to taking a few more photos of some parts from the latest Coupe we've dismantled

Boot carpet - 7/10 condition - topside is clean with no tears or stains. A little bit of distortion on the left side. All mounting holes are intact. Underside has marks where it was resting on the spare wheel

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£30 + £10 P&P, although I would much prefer collection - it will be a real PITA to post


Pair of 20VT driveshafts - boots are intact and CV joints are smooth and firm. The oil is from the tragic oil leak that the engine had when it came into the workshop

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£100 the pair, plus £15 P&P


Coolant expansion tank, including cap - needs a clean, but pretty good

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£25 + £5 P&P


Tool kits - one with just the screwdriver missing and one with the scredriver and wheel location peg missing. Second set has a bit of surface rusk on a couple of the pieces, but nothing too bad. Tool rolls are quite clean

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£20 + £5 P&P for the 1st, £15 + £5 P&P for the second


Stainless steel exhaust manifold - probably one of the "Chinesium" jobbies that were around a few years ago - definitely not a performance manifold.There are a couple of surface cracks, but no exahst gas escape. It has been welded previously and looks like it could do with a bit more before being fitted. Unusually, the welds at the collector look to be sound (this is where they normally failed)

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£60 + £10 P&P


Nigel Ogram, selling for Motormech


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1635417
10/09/2019 12:04
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Nigel, whats the headlining like? I recall it was a sunroof model? Whatsapp me some pics if you like, you've got my number. Cheers. J

Re: More Coupe bits [Re: jonnyboy54321] #1635423
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Originally Posted by jonnyboy54321
Nigel, whats the headlining like? I recall it was a sunroof model? Whatsapp me some pics if you like, you've got my number. Cheers. J


I’ve already sold the sunroof and I’m not sure if the buyer wanted the headlining - let me check.

As usual, it’s a bit discoloured around the edges, but it is in good condition- to cracks or tears anywhere


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1635630
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Manifold looks like this one so could be a bargin for someone who can weld

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fiat-Cou...p;hash=item4d6e95138b:g:n0YAAOSwbdpWVn2i

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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Lee_k] #1635632
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Originally Posted by Lee_k
Manifold looks like this one so could be a bargin for someone who can weld

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fiat-Cou...p;hash=item4d6e95138b:g:n0YAAOSwbdpWVn2i

Stay away from these kind of zorsts. Quite a few on here including myself got stung by thinking these looked the bollocks so would fit the bill, unfortunately that wasn't the case & quickly fell apart. nono


I'm an old git & happy with it,most of the time
Re: More Coupe bits [Re: jimboy] #1635634
19/09/2019 15:23
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Originally Posted by jimboy
Stay away from these kind of zorsts. Quite a few on here including myself got stung by thinking these looked the bollocks so would fit the bill, unfortunately that wasn't the case & quickly fell apart. nono


Hence why the one I'm selling has already been properly welded and is only £60


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1635638
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Originally Posted by Nigel
Originally Posted by jimboy
Stay away from these kind of zorsts. Quite a few on here including myself got stung by thinking these looked the bollocks so would fit the bill, unfortunately that wasn't the case & quickly fell apart. nono


Hence why the one I'm selling has already been properly welded and is only £60


Just noticed your picture Nigel, it's quite dark & didn't recognise it. Looked like a different one.... chinny


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1635794
27/09/2019 16:15
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Nigel, I have sent you a pm☺

Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1635821
29/09/2019 15:21
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Don't suppose you have a exhaust back box for sale ?

Re: More Coupe bits [Re: deanoinspace] #1635822
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Originally Posted by deanoinspace
Don't suppose you have a exhaust back box for sale ?


Sorry - no - the exhaust from the car we've just dismantled was nearly-new and sold straight away


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1635973
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Price reductions!

Boot carpet now £20

Driveshafts £75

Coolant tank £15

Tool kits £15 and £10

Manifold £50

All P&P the same as above


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: jimboy] #1636127
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Originally Posted by jimboy
Originally Posted by Lee_k
Manifold looks like this one so could be a bargin for someone who can weld

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fiat-Cou...p;hash=item4d6e95138b:g:n0YAAOSwbdpWVn2i

Stay away from these kind of zorsts. Quite a few on here including myself got stung by thinking these looked the bollocks so would fit the bill, unfortunately that wasn't the case & quickly fell apart. nono



For gods sake...typical - theres one of these on the garage floor i picked up off a breaker ages ago!

Whats the issue with them?- anything i can do with it why its off before it replaces the cracked original

Thanks
Lee

Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Lee_k] #1636130
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Originally Posted by Lee_k
Whats the issue with them?


The quality of the welding is often very poor - almost no penetration into the base material, so the welds eventualy fail

I've seen photos of the entire turbo flange separated from the collector


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Re: More Coupe bits [Re: Nigel] #1636131
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So if i get it rewelding before fitting i should be good?

Least thats possibly saved me a total loss! frown


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