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Old December 2nd, 2013, 04:29 PM
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Ballpark totaled NAS 90 ST value

Today I came across a 90 ST that had been totaled and needs probably everything from this list plus an engine

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Yeah, you're right. So, it's Sunday and the kids are at the pool and wife is at Trader Joes, so I can calculate this without interruption, with new OEM/part numbers: Hood/RTC6213: $970 Radiator/ESR3685: $700 Fenders/ASR1876/7: $1500 Wings/ALR8208/9: $800 Grille guard/ASR1772: $500 Front SD cage piece/ALR5539: $1500 AC compressor/BTR5750: $370 Panhard/drag link/steering box/other steering components (too many numbers): $1000 Trans cooler/FTC5360: $239 Fan/Fan shroud/NTC5685 & STC3969G: $320 All front lamps/electrical crap (too many numbers): $350 Driver door/ALR6257: $550 Bumper/ANR3822: $289 Bulkhead: $2800 Frame: $3400 Total: $15,288 and doesn't include all the crap like slam panel, hoses, belts, screws, whatever I ignored. Cut 40% if you search and wait for good prices/D-90, import or eBay. Maybe you can cut 60% for used, which would make the low end $6115. Still would need labor. I'm not going to claim that the $19k asking price can't somehow be a deal for someone, but the numbers just don't point in that direction.
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It was a front end collision and insurance paid them out but now the truck is being parted out by a third party.

At first I looked over the cage and it all looked pretty good, maybe a little tweaked but foam appears to be intact. Then he asked if I might want the whole thing. Any clues what a good offer might be for the truck? I've seen people ask the same question before, so sorry if this is beating a dead horse.

I think the bigger question is, is it better to part out this type of salvage ST or rebuild it with galvy chassis and tdi.

Because he was going to part it out I don't think that he is putting much value on the title so I think I could get a smokin deal.
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Old December 2nd, 2013, 04:38 PM
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As cheap as possible. Try for $3k. I didn't see what type of top it comes with, condition of tires, etc, either. Boost wheels? A/C?
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Old December 2nd, 2013, 04:48 PM
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It didn't have a top on it, forgot to ask about that. Tires look shot, has steel wheels and one was a goner. AC compressor was shot and the facia was missing some vents. I'm not sure what the status was previously. Heater blower got squished and front axle probably needs to be replaced. Impact was on right front so steering box and shaft appear to be ok.
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Old December 2nd, 2013, 04:51 PM
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Not counting title, the sum of the parts (in fair condition) are worth more than $3k if you can get it for that from the seller. Think of things like cage, dash, seats, seatbelts, soft top, tire carrier, rear bumper and tire carrier, etc.
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Old December 2nd, 2013, 06:45 PM
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Not counting title, the sum of the parts (in fair condition) are worth more than $3k if you can get it for that from the seller. Think of things like cage, dash, seats, seatbelts, soft top, tire carrier, rear bumper and tire carrier, etc.
x2 - then use the title to build something fun.
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Old December 2nd, 2013, 07:19 PM
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Well I have a 100" project here that needs cage, seats, fuel tank, dash, steering box and shaft, tire carrier... This could be a parts bonanza. But I'm not sure if it's bad juju to part out a ST or not.

Actually it needs a title too. I'm still working on getting the title from NC but need to get a bill of sale
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Old December 9th, 2013, 10:19 AM
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Well she's here now. Still not sure about what to do with it but I just couldn't pass it up. Has everything for LHD conversion except that heater box got squished. Tub has wrinkles but might snap back once relieved from racked frame. Im hoping the same goes for the cage and bulkhead. Would it be bad to part it out vs. rebuilding?
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Old December 9th, 2013, 10:40 AM
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I literally just hit send on that e-mail back to you. Not that it mattered since I just logged in here and saw you bought it. Congrats!
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The seat covers are the jam.
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Old December 9th, 2013, 11:18 AM
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Pretty groovy right? The cool thing is that the zebra stripe covers are actually covering up some real striped fur seat covers. Bam!
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Are you planning on rebuilding or parting it out?
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Old December 9th, 2013, 02:34 PM
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Well she's here now. Still not sure about what to do with it but I just couldn't pass it up. Has everything for LHD conversion except that heater box got squished. Tub has wrinkles but might snap back once relieved from racked frame. Im hoping the same goes for the cage and bulkhead. Would it be bad to part it out vs. rebuilding?

Very nice (for a wreck that is)! Was the title salvaged by insurance or did the owner retain a clean title?
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Old December 9th, 2013, 03:34 PM
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If the 90 has a salvage title I say combine the 2 and make a nice D100 ST. I would guess the 100" wheelbase is the perfect size and you only need to make (or mod) the 2 side rails for the NAS ST to work.

Sell off any extra pieces to help fund the project.
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Are you planning on rebuilding or parting it out?
I think I want to rebuild. Just a matter of getting funds together for that.


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Very nice (for a wreck that is)! Was the title salvaged by insurance or did the owner retain a clean title?
Salvage title. Owner got paid out then bought it back from insurance company
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Old December 9th, 2013, 03:46 PM
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I think I want to rebuild. Just a matter of getting funds together for that.




Salvage title. Owner got paid out then bought it back from insurance company
Jeff,

I'd go for a rebuild on the NAS 90 as well. Even with the salvage title, it will be worth more in the end. You can always run the 100" as an "off-road only" rig or get a NC kit car title for it.
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Jpayne, I'm right down the road from you, so if you need any help or someone to at least bring a case of beer and supervise, let me know!
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