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    K-jet + misc parts for sale

    I have these parts for sale, but don't have time to price them yet. I'm getting ready for the DMA event tomorrow and will have the parts with me...wanted to post pics for those interested.

    The K-Jet parts are from [what I believe to be] a non-functioning fuel system. I'll post prices later today.

    The butterfly assembly and throttle gubbins appears to be sold.

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    What is in pic 3 and 14?
    Dave

    Here, somewhere.


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    Rich I need a cold start valve and the bolt and washers associated with it. I dont have the bolt that holds the bypass valve to the center of the intake.

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    I also need the fittings on the back of the intake, one that goes go brake booster and one that goes to thermovalve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdg3205 View Post
    What is in pic 3 and 14?
    I don't know, I was hoping someone else would tell me -lol

    Quote Originally Posted by powerline84 View Post
    Rich I need a cold start valve and the bolt and washers associated with it. I dont have the bolt that holds the bypass valve to the center of the intake.
    I'll call ya soon....getting caught up from travelling to the DMA event yesterday.


    Sorry for the delay on all the PM's....been a rough few days but I'm getting caught up.
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    To make it easy on myself, I'll ask 100 OBO for each of the parts on the following list:

    Mixture control unit
    Throttle butterfly
    Frequency valve
    Warmup regulator
    Idle air thing
    Cold start valve
    Fuel distributor
    Intake manifold (minus the fittings Jimmy needs.)

    I realize each is worth + or - 100, so make an offer using 100 as a baseline. The items that are worth more already have interest, so best offer takes it....same for any items worth less than 100. I'll let the market set the price.

    Again, I believe the car had fuel system issues, so I'm guessing the FD might be "core quality." If I get time I'll remove it and see if the plunger moves freely.



    License plate bracket (that's a two-piece system, right?): $25 OBO
    Air cleaner housing[s]: Make an offer (the one without the decal is new.)
    Throttle spool shield(?) (Has a crack near the bolt hole.): Make an offer.
    Microswitch: $20 OBO

    All prices are "plus shipping" from NYS.
    Last edited by Rich_NYS; 04-23-2017 at 05:52 PM.
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    Rich Ill take the frequency valve, cold start valve, copper pipe with slash cut that goes into back of mixture assmbly and any associated harware you have would help me out. I also need the fittings on the intake and the two bolts that go on the little block of plate on top of the w pipe. When we talk on phone we can discuss details. Thanks man!

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    PM sent for Micro switch.

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    Rich,

    What you identify as a "2 piece" plate holder is actually two different separate complete plate holders...

    The smaller one bolts directly to the bumper right through the fascia.
    The larger one bolts to the air dam screws only so you don't put holes in your fascia. (I have this type on my car.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh S View Post
    Rich,

    What you identify as a "2 piece" plate holder is actually two different separate complete plate holders...

    The smaller one bolts directly to the bumper right through the fascia.
    The larger one bolts to the air dam screws only so you don't put holes in your fascia. (I have this type on my car.)


    Josh
    Thanks Josh....good to know!

    I might actually use the larger one now that I know. I haven't used front plate because I didn't want to drill holes in the fascia.
    Restoration of VIN 4728 in progress...

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