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Old 12/20/2003, 06:03 PM   #1

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how to restore a cs

I was just wondering if it was better to hold out and slowly buy orig cs parts such as the fiberglass or just buy the reproductions. I am asking this because i could just buy the needed parts through cobranda now or wait and slowly piece my car back together. I found an orig decklid and the guy wants 200.00 for it but I dont which way to go. Please help end my delima
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Old 12/20/2003, 06:11 PM   #2
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If you're joking, you got me. If not, I live in Idaho and if you don't want the deck lid, I'll take it. Email me at with the info. I used to live in Beaverton, Or. , have friends and family there and will be in Portland in April for the swap meet.
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Old 12/21/2003, 02:37 PM   #3

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An original decklid for 200? Those things sell for 800 and up! Snag it! Repair it and USE it!

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Old 12/22/2003, 12:43 PM   #4

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Darb is right, orginal decklids are hard to come by. Be sure to buy it, even if you don't need it; a wise investment for anyone as long as you sell it.
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