WTB: S30 Front Cut or Right Inner Guard

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sszeb
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WTB: S30 Front Cut or Right Inner Guard

Post by sszeb » Sun Jul 19, 2020 10:31 am

Hey,

I'm trying to track down inner wing/quarter for the front right, ideally with the a strut tower section, would also be more than keen on a full front cut.

Cheers,
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Re: WTB: S30 Front Cut or Right Inner Guard

Post by bernjean » Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:27 am

There was a guy selling some of those parts on TradeMe some time ago, don't know if he sold them or not. I don't know who he was or how to track him down. Sorry, I guess if he still has them they will come back to TradeMe. Load it into your TradeMe favourites.
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Re: WTB: S30 Front Cut or Right Inner Guard

Post by sszeb » Tue Jul 21, 2020 9:08 am

Cheers for that Bearnie, I only just removed that from my favourites not to long ago too! Fingers crossed it comes back up
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Re: WTB: S30 Front Cut or Right Inner Guard

Post by bernjean » Tue Jul 21, 2020 4:37 pm

Found a guy on trademe in regards to those parts:


Are you the guy with the 240 - 260 front cut and parts for sale at one stage.
9:37 am, Mon 20 Jul
A. No sorry. And he has no body cuts left. Getting hard to find now 4:34 pm, Tue 21 Jul
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Re: WTB: S30 Front Cut or Right Inner Guard

Post by sszeb » Wed Jul 22, 2020 3:36 pm

Cheers for that Bearnie, definitely hard to find, been looking here and in Oz as well, may need to start going global . Both here and in Australia right now the only option seems to be buying a rolling 2+2, but that seems a bit wasteful :)

Cheers,
Previous : '76 260z 2+2 (76DatZ)
Current : '72 240z (UC1452) build.

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