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Tintop samurai with 1.6L 8v sidekick
June 23, 2018
8:06 am
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Mike G
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I have these things posted up everywhere but didn't think to post them here. $1500

I have a clean title tintop samurai (roller) that I got awhile back as a project and I have it's donor sidekick with the 1.6L 8v and an automatic transmission. I was going to swap it all around but now there are some extenuating circumstances that are going to keep me from doing the project. So put the word out for me please this is a very good deal for anyone who knows these samurai's 

June 23, 2018
10:17 am
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I wish I had the space. Great project!

July 7, 2018
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Well tin top is sold. Sidekick tranny and tcase sold. Sidekick diffs sold. I'll be keeping the 8v motor for a future project.

But I'm stuck with the sidekick everything else now what can I do...

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July 7, 2018
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Metal recycling seems like a target if you cut it into small enough pieces

July 8, 2018
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And all that's left is the rear axle and a huge pile of frames, body pieces and alloy wheels20180708_135029.jpgImage Enlarger20180708_135038.jpgImage Enlarger

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July 11, 2018
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kris_olof said
Metal recycling seems like a target if you cut it into small enough pieces  

It's all cut up in small enough pieces that it can be taken to your local scrap yard. If anyone wants it I'll even throw in a couple of high end scrap stuff, like a dozen or 2 car batteries, a ton of jumper cables, couple radiators and other miscellaneous aluminum/ alloy things

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