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1969 Duetto bare tub.
Stalled Race Car project.
Floors already done. Solid unibody. No hits in nose or tail. Nice gaps at doors. Rust in skin cut out and ready for basic metalwork.
Includes all components to make it a "roller".
CLEAN TITLE
4.10 limited slip rear end. Konis, rebuilt calipers. Tilton pedal assembly.
Currently on a very nice rolling dolly and also includes a stand to turn it on its side.
Wooden legs shown are only for extra support while transporting.

$2500

Located in Wisconsin.

PM For details.

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Chassis

The nice thing about starting with a chassis that has rust issues is that while the "fenders are off much of the original weight of the original unibody can be removed since the stiffnes will be handled by the roll cage......
 

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In answer to some questions I am posting some photos of the new floors and underbody.
95% of the underbody has been scraped of all sound deadener, undercoating etc. New, correct floors have been welded in . All suspension, trailing arm and other mounts are rock solid. Inner rockers are solid. Has been painted in red primer.

This is a solid start if you are going to make a track car or just a great objet d'art.

It still has the light peak in the nose and tail from the factory, letting you know that it is not full of mud.

Remember, it includes a CLEAR TITLE.

Includes all the parts to make it a roller, but in its current status on the dolly it is actually much easier to roll around and work on. Rolls easily on and off a trailer and is very light. 2 guy job.


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Great sense of humor..... may the force be with you....... looks like a good start. Hopefully whoever gets it will post the progress.
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Would be a fun project for someone handy with tools and lots of time, to make a stock roadster. A giant kit car.
 

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I'd have it in a heartbeat if it was in Australia.
 
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