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Old 09-14-2013, 11:02 PM   #1
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Parting out a wrecked 2001 Miata (base trim, no Torsen) I picked up today. 59k miles on the chassis. The long block, transmission, wiring harness, axles, front hubs, and ring & pinion are already spoken for. Everything else is up for grabs. There is no soft top, the door panels are junk or missing, and the center console is gone. The only body parts left to save are the drivers mirror and driver's fog lamp. PM for any more info.





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Hey, how did my '91 Silverstone with hardtop and Harbor Freight jack get in your garage?
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I need the lid for the armrest - if it's black....
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Hey, how did my '91 Silverstone with hardtop and Harbor Freight jack get in your garage?
Close, but its not a factory color. Its Scion/Toyota Cement Grey. That is a Harbor Freight jack though. Its worked great for me for almost 10 years now.

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I need the lid for the armrest - if it's black....
Unfortunately the center console wasn't included in the car.
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do you know if you have sports brakes?
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It's a base, so no sport brakes.
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How are the condition of your weatherstrip (Around the area where the soft top should be). Im also interested in you timing belt cover gasket. Im pretty sure your are in good condition. IF you have willing to pay $80 for both of em. Let me know if you need me to be more descriptive.
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Is this this the weather stripping you are looking for:

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YES! thats exactly it
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It's still soft and pliable. It might be a little out of shape though from the wreck. From experience it's flexible and can easily be moved back into shape. The gasket for the motor I'll be keeping for myself. If you want to make me am offer on just the weather stripping, I can pull it of tomorrow.
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How good is the carpet, are you willing to ship it and how much?
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How good is the carpet, are you willing to ship it and how much?
The carpet is in great shape. If it didn't sell, it was going in my car. How's $85 shipped sound (it is going to take a big box to ship)?
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It's still soft and pliable. It might be a little out of shape though from the wreck. From experience it's flexible and can easily be moved back into shape. The gasket for the motor I'll be keeping for myself. If you want to make me am offer on just the weather stripping, I can pull it of tomorrow.
How about $40 plus shipping?

I would also be interested in the battery if its panasonic and avaialble
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How about $40 plus shipping?

I would also be interested in the battery if its panasonic and avaialble
The battery it's just something the last guy threw in there. $40 sounds good, let me pull the part tomorrow and get a shipping estimate.
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The battery it's just something the last guy threw in there. $40 sounds good, let me pull the part tomorrow and get a shipping estimate.
You mean its a aftermarket battery? Stock panasonic brand battery is what I'm mainly interested in.

Sounds good man just let me know.
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It doesn't fit in the tray.
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Parts sold:
* Front/rear brakes
* Motor mount bolts

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* Rear weather stripping
* Carpet
* Steering wheel
* Pass window regulator and knee panel
* Catalytic converter/mid piper/resonator
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@Yoster. I pulled the weather stripping off tonight, I need a zip code for a shipping estimate. Depending on where you are located, it might cost up to $60 to ship (if you are in Oregon) due to its size.
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@Yoster. I pulled the weather stripping off tonight, I need a zip code for a shipping estimate. Depending on where you are located, it might cost up to $60 to ship (if you are in Oregon) due to its size.
Ok sounds good. I sent a PM
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opps I sent it to the wrong guy on miata forum. Its 20902. Apparently I need 15 post count for a PM.
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