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[For Sale] Original torque boxes/partial framerails/partial rockers
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I bought and chopped up a rough '73 unibody from a forum member here yesterday - part of which included the rough, hacked-up floorpans from said car:

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I intended to salvage the remaining good bits from the floorpans (part of the deal - no sense in not doing so, despite the bad condition and questionable workmanship), but wound up bringing the entire bottom of the car home in two halves to fiddle with.

As I won't need the torque boxes, frame rails, or what survives of the rocker panels, I'm willing to chop/drill out anything that may be of use. Expect a delay of 1 week on anything that needs to be removed with a spot weld cutter, as I have to order new cutter bits.

Despite the awful shape and welding work on the floopans, the rest is pretty solid.

Pricing will vary depending on the size of the part and difficulty of removal, but I won't ask more than $50 (not including shipping cost) for any one thing chopped out.

-Kurt

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#2
Still have these things; more than willing to cut out anything you need from them.

Also have a partial upper portion of a RH quarter panel (good if you need to make a repair on the C-pillar), a Spectra lower RH, the front crossmember (where the radiator mounts) with some rough repairs on it, and the center portion of a trunk floor.

Will post photos when I get a chance.

-Kurt

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How to buy a '71-73 Mustang:
Rule #1: Assume all classic car sellers are guilty until proven innocent.
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Rule #3: Buy from trustworthy people: Fellow forum members. Visit 7173Mustang's For Sale forum.
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What's the condition of the top of the front torque boxes?

What's your price for both?

thanks!
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mcline71;176380 Wrote:What's the condition of the top of the front torque boxes?

What's your price for both?

The inner section of the torque box? They're good. This car was acid dipped, so whatever was rusted is a hole now. No holes in the torque boxes.

I'd do $50 for both + shipping.

-Kurt

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How to buy a '71-73 Mustang:
Rule #1: Assume all classic car sellers are guilty until proven innocent.
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Rule #3: Buy from trustworthy people: Fellow forum members. Visit 7173Mustang's For Sale forum.
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cudak888;176386 Wrote:
mcline71;176380 Wrote:What's the condition of the top of the front torque boxes?

What's your price for both?

The inner section of the torque box? They're good. This car was acid dipped, so whatever was rusted is a hole now. No holes in the torque boxes.

I'd do $50 for both + shipping.

-Kurt

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