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Old March 18th, 2014, 02:10 PM
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1969-1971 ser 2a bulkhead

Have a rebuilt late 2a 4 cyl bulkhead for sale. New pillars with the correct weather stripping lip, new ribbed footwells, new center section, etc, etc. New footwell panels are made from galvanized 16g by hand, by me. Very accurate. frame based jig bulit. All old panel spot welds drilled out, new panels welded in with plug welds to mimick originality. Pedal tower holes and heater holes yet to be cut, depends on buyers needs. Price $875 and up dependent on finish...can sand blast, prime, paint, or galvanize, Email me at jopadorr at hotmail dot com or call 607-376-6009.-John (Located in the Catskills of NY 13753)
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Old March 18th, 2014, 05:36 PM
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Interested. I'll shoot you an email.
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