Classic spares identification.

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GT-Freak
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Classic spares identification.

Post by GT-Freak » Thu 05 Nov 2015, 06:59

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Hi I have these parts I want to put up for sale,just need a bit more information on them,like what year and model they are from.

needboost
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Re: Classic spares identification.

Post by needboost » Thu 05 Nov 2015, 08:45

The mirrors are Jaguar XJ6 , series 2 jobbies.

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IndianaJones
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Re: Classic spares identification.

Post by IndianaJones » Thu 05 Nov 2015, 09:01

1. 1960/61 Dodge dog dish hubcaps (Phoenix, Polara, pickups)
2. Air cleaner housing?
3. grille (thought DKW, but it isn't...)
4. 1938 Chevrolet grille
5. steering wheel
6. Jaguar XJ6 mirrors
7. Datsun 510 coupe tail lights

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Scorpionman
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Re: Classic spares identification.

Post by Scorpionman » Thu 05 Nov 2015, 10:26

No3. Looks like a Morris Mini grill
1961 Alfa Giulietta Sprint
1971 Fiat 124 BC Coupe
1975 Fiat 132 GLS

Hubcap
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Re: Classic spares identification.

Post by Hubcap » Thu 05 Nov 2015, 10:40

Second looks like a side or rear mount spare wheel cover.

GT-Freak
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Re: Classic spares identification.

Post by GT-Freak » Thu 05 Nov 2015, 10:43

Thanks for help guys,will take most of parts to Zwartkops Cobra and Gt 40 show on Saturday.

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