Some parts from long storage.

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Hi there, it's time to sell my last bits of parts from long storage. I will be posting a few later. These are original from storage and need some cleaning. My asking price would be 600(tool box)1200(cluster complete)250(each roof lining)dash(I don't know what it's worth)will post a price later. Thanks.
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it makes a world of a difference to know where are you located
you do not even tell in which currency you are setting your prices (that would have helped,....)
yeah it is miles and lhd
 

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Sorry everyone, I am from Vancouver, B.C. Canada. I assume this is a US forum and the currency is in US fund.
 

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Boy is in Vancouver.
I have never seen an original toolbox that had zero cracks. Does it have tools?
Likewise, a crack free dash pad and grab rail? Where were you storing these parts. It must be the fountain of youth. :)
 

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I would say that the complete dash is worth at least $1,500 if there are no cracks. It would cost about $2K - $3K to refinish a complete dash. I would keep the instruments separate and the cluster wood with the dash package.

Do you have the aluminum trim that goes on the dashboard wood? I have a spare that I could sell to trade.
 

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I've decided to delete my comment as it does not offer anything constructive. GLWS
but i agree with your observation, there a,re differnces between the repro and the original tool box, and his tool box is almost perfect
 

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but i agree with your observation, there a,re differnces between the repro and the original tool box, and his tool box is almost perfect
Yes, sometimes after lunch my posts sound a bit crunchy. I need a snickers bar to recalibrate towards constructive. This is also true late in the evening after a glass or two of an adult beverage. :oops:

But the point I was trying to make was to simply ask about the value equation of an original versus a reproduction part like the toolbox. Agree that this case appears to be in enviable condition. Pretty amazing.
 

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Hi Chris, if there is no different between a 3.0 and 2.8, I have this speedo or tach for you.20181025_203332.jpg20181025_203321.jpg 20181025_203321.jpg
 

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I have a few more parts if anyone interested. 20181025_112317.jpgI am asking 200(front grill)/450(chrome sets hood and fender20181025_111650.jpg)need to be rechrome./250(temperature panel)/ 100 for both window motor(I think it's from my e28 m5)20181025_111714.jpg20181025_105158.jpg20181025_105409.jpg20181025_105426.jpg20181025_105419.jpg
 
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