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Mk7 dismantling

Postby dieselhead123 » Sun Sep 20, 2020 7:58 pm

We have a few parts left from a mk7 LWB high top we are cutting up;
Front doors with tinted glass and electric windows. Colour white, in good useable condition, £25 each.
A few 215 16s on RWD rims, £15-25 depending on condition.
Headlamps, £15 each
Bonnet, good usable condition in white, £20
Panels, cut off ready to be used for a front end conversion;
Metal scuttle, £20
Upper part of front inner wings, where the bonnet hinge fits, £20 each side
Middle part of the inner wings, £30 each side
Lower part of the inner wings, both sides available, £30 each. These can also be used as repair parts for Mk6 models.
Rear axle, 5 stud version, will need new rear discs soon. Complete with callipers, £100. Unsure of ratio but I will check if you let me know which you are looking for.
LWB 6 speed prop, £50. This will need a new bearing, happy to fit one for an additional fee if requested.
Lots of other smaller bits, just let me know what you need.

Smaller parts can be posted, Paypal payment accepted, delivery possible, (subject to your location), for the larger parts.

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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby Jim Archer » Tue Sep 29, 2020 5:10 pm

What spec dash looms please Tim?

Heated mirrors, etc?

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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby ned » Tue Sep 29, 2020 6:20 pm

Bit of an odd question but would you be willing to cut the upper panel off from the middle panel behind the driver's door? I just need the recessed part to weld in to my van where the side window is now (no longer need a side window in the rear) many thanks
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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby dieselhead123 » Thu Oct 01, 2020 8:40 pm

Jim Archer wrote:What spec dash looms please Tim?

Heated mirrors, etc?

Jim


Euro4 or Euro5?

Happy to save what you need if we have it.

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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby dieselhead123 » Thu Oct 01, 2020 8:42 pm

ned wrote:Bit of an odd question but would you be willing to cut the upper panel off from the middle panel behind the driver's door? I just need the recessed part to weld in to my van where the side window is now (no longer need a side window in the rear) many thanks


SWB?

Got a really clean, 2012 SWB shell to cut for parts.
Post a side view picture up with the area you need marked on it and we will save it for you.

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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby ned » Thu Oct 01, 2020 8:43 pm

dieselhead123 wrote:
ned wrote:Bit of an odd question but would you be willing to cut the upper panel off from the middle panel behind the driver's door? I just need the recessed part to weld in to my van where the side window is now (no longer need a side window in the rear) many thanks


SWB?

Got a really clean, 2012 SWB shell to cut for parts.
Post a side view picture up with the area you need marked on it and we will save it for you.

TIM


Many thanks I'll post the picture tomorrow.
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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby dieselhead123 » Thu Oct 01, 2020 8:48 pm

As stated above, we have a really clean 2012 SWB shell, white, to cut up for body parts.
Rear quarter panels, front inner wing parts, inner front arches, rear cross member etc.

This is a Euro5 model and many of the smaller 'unbolt able' parts are still in place, let me know what you need.

If any of you need a specific repair part cut from the shell we are happy to do this for you, just post up a picture with the area you need identified.

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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby Knobby2515 » Sat Oct 03, 2020 7:43 pm

Do you have a drivers side head lamp in good nick?
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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby dieselhead123 » Wed Oct 07, 2020 8:10 pm

Knobby2515 wrote:Do you have a drivers side head lamp in good nick?


Sorry for the delay in getting back, been sorting out our new storage container.

If we have a good one it will be £20, I will check what we have.

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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby Knobby2515 » Wed Oct 07, 2020 8:37 pm

dieselhead123 wrote:
Knobby2515 wrote:Do you have a drivers side head lamp in good nick?


Sorry for the delay in getting back, been sorting out our new storage container.

If we have a good one it will be £20, I will check what we have.

TIM



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Re: Mk7 dismantling

Postby Jim Archer » Mon Oct 19, 2020 12:38 pm

dieselhead123 wrote:
Jim Archer wrote:What spec dash looms please Tim?

Heated mirrors, etc?

Jim


Euro4 or Euro5?

Happy to save what you need if we have it.

TIM


Apologies for forgetting this.

High spec please - lecy mirrors, windscreen, etc.

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