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found a edwardian gray flat front in the junk yard on Sunday I wanted to cry...It actually didn't look like it had much wrong with it except for some rust...probably trans.

had a full spg kit on it, I got a hatch trunk floor cargo mat out of it :D



 

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I would have grabbed the panels, rails, and extensions... possibly even the wheels. I think it's funny someone took the worthless spoiler, but left the panels.
 

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I would have grabbed the panels, rails, and extensions... possibly even the wheels. I think it's funny someone took the worthless spoiler, but left the panels.
spoiler is sitting on the roof. you can still kinda see it in the pics. And I already have a bunch of extra spg parts so I don't really need em.
 

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Those bumper extensions are what's worth taking - the wheels and the center 6 panels aren't worth as much as the extensions.... But I would take as much of them as you could. Shame - 86' SPG RIP (mine was an empty shell when it was hauled off to be crushed)
 

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Well if you have the time, I wouldn't mind an extra set of the mounting rails... I have a set of panels without the rails.
 

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If I go out this weekend I will grab them for you
Yay! :) That's the only thing that prevented me from putting an spg kit on my winter beater last year. I still have a full kit with rails, but it's on my wrecked SPG and I don't plan on removing those... I'd greatly appreciate it!
 

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found a edwardian gray flat front in the junk yard on Sunday I wanted to cry...It actually didn't look like it had much wrong with it except for some rust...probably trans.

had a full spg kit on it, I got a hatch trunk floor cargo mat out of it :D
That's a shame to junk that SPG, especially whole like that.
 

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If that front bumper extension on the passenger side isn't busted I'll buy it from you. Same thing goes for the panel behind the front wheel too.
 

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Not if I beat you to them. I doubt I need the rails, but I want to try and get the panels as a back up set.

And a light socket.
 

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Not if I beat you to them. I doubt I need the rails, but I want to try and get the panels as a back up set.

And a light socket.
If you take them, make sure you take the rails, and the little black plastic bits that go behind the rails, they are quite critical for making the panels sit correctly on the car, even if you don't use them, they're good to have for someone installing an SPG kit on a car that previously didnt have one.

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uh I need two badly and I forgot when I was there...:mad:
86 has a Real Booster. Your cars have Nitrogen filled Accumulators, The Black round thing, That Fail and Give Two lights on the dash With Piss Poor Pedal assist. But I Have Swaped the ABS Junk over for the old Booster set up. You may want to go that way on your SPG build
 

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This makes me sad :( Definitely grab the kit and, if you can't grab the wheels, at least save those center caps. It took me 2-3 years to find center caps for the -87 SPG wheels. If the hood is rust-free and you have the means to transport it, I'd snag that and the grill as well.

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