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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-05-2019, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Giulietta Sprint 101 Bumpers

I found a front and a rear. Filthy, but will clean them up.
As far as I could tell, no bumps or lumps. Only damage is to one of the license plate lights

Is there any interest? I will post cleaned up photos if someone writes back.

They are in El Salvador, but next time I travel to the USA, I can take them in a box.

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I am surprised no one needs them. Are they so common and available?

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It is an interesting phenomenon with used parts these days. It seems those wanting to own a car like this either has it in process complete or finds one in the market finished. The barn find projects remain projects because it is more cost effective to buy a finished car. It is the same cycle that made barn finds become barn finds in the first place. They had no value then and now the cost to fix 'em makes no economic sense. ..Parts that no one could find 2-3 years ago remain unsold now.
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Makes perfect sense...too bad as they are great pieces.
Thank you!

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Hi Alberto!

Are they in god shape?
Kost to send them to Sweden?

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Jan, they are in excellent shape. I am afraid it will cost a large amount of $ to ship all the way to Sweden.
My guess, at least $300+, I would have to find out.

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[QUOTE=aguirola;8465752]Jan, they are in excellent shape. I am afraid it will cost a large amount of $ to ship all the way to Sweden.
My guess, at least $300+, I would have to find out.

Alberto, I have found the most cost effective way for me is to use MyUs.com,the advantage with them is that the parcel gets couriered by weight and not volume, a 30lb parcel to Sweden would start at around $110.00, have a look at the shipping calculator on their site. Jan would have to register with them though.

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Jan, they are in excellent shape. I am afraid it will cost a large amount of $ to ship all the way to Sweden.
My guess, at least $300+, I would have to find out.

Alberto, I have found the most cost effective way for me is to use MyUs.com,the advantage with them is that the parcel gets couriered by weight and not volume, a 30lb parcel to Sweden would start at around $110.00, have a look at the shipping calculator on their site. Jan would have to register with them though.

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Nick, The catch is I live in El Salvador, and would have to carry bumpers to USA, which can be done.
I will look into it anyhow.
Just did, and it is for Major Store brands, which I am not...
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[QUOTE=aguirola;8466096][quote=VeloceSA;8465824

Just did, and it is for Major Store brands, which I am not...

Alberto, not so, I have purchased from many individuals and used myus, if youd like to further this discussion please send me a pm and Ill explain further!

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Hi Alberto & Jan

For what it's worth, those are 101 Sprint bumpers for the Series II cars, fronts are interchangeable with the earlier Series I Sprints (7500 but the fixing points on the sides of the rear are different from 750 to 101

They look really good, that's a worthwhile buy for someone with a good project Sprint

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Thank you for the 'spot' Greig!

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bumpers

I am in central New York. Interested. Could you calculate purchase price and associated costs for me to purchase, thank you
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I would want $900 for both bumpers, cleaned up as bright as possible. All hardware included.

Am traveling to Syracuse, NY, next Saturday 20th. Potentially a great freight saver.
I guess that Central NY must be near Syracuse, as central as can be.

Please advise, so I can start the clean up, disassembly of rear bumper, and packaging.

If interested, please correspond to: alberto.guirola at gmail.com

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For what it is worth; I'd be interested in the license plate lights only.
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Noted Somer, only if Rosso does not want them.

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