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Old 11-01-2014, 08:21 PM   #1
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A few 01 Boxster parts F/S

I'm doing I mild part out. most parts are still on the car. It may take up to 2 days for part to be removed and ship.

Parts Not for sale drivetrain and suspension components, seats, electrical components such as radio, hvac, gauges, shifter, center console... I will be reusing most of the car for a 911 resotmod build.


All Parts are plus Actual shipping! unless specified!


Paypal Only, unless you are picking up parts in person, Then cash is fine.




Mirrors $45 each Shipped good condition.






Tail lights $50 each good condition Shipped



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Old 11-01-2014, 08:23 PM   #2
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Quarter panels $150 each




Rear Bumperetts $30 Shipped

Rear bumper cover $150



Spoiler motor/assembly $40 shipped

spoiler $30 shipped



Trunck lid $50 possible hail damage?


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Old 11-01-2014, 08:24 PM   #3
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Door panels $40 each






Dash $40




Driver Doors $50 small dent



Passenger Door $50 paint chip small dent.



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Old 11-01-2014, 08:35 PM   #4
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soft Top Transmission drive and pass side $30 shipped each.




Soft top cable $25 shipped driver side.



Soft top motor $40 shipped.



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Old 11-01-2014, 09:32 PM   #5
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Cool Rollbar inserts and both Cables

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P.M. sent for both the inserts and cables..
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Old 11-01-2014, 09:36 PM   #6
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Cool Roll Bar Grills and Cables

I mean both the Roll Bar Grills and both the Cables.
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Old 11-02-2014, 12:39 AM   #7
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possible hell damage?
wow, that car got around.
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PM just sent on the mesh inserts!

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Old 11-02-2014, 03:59 AM   #9
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I would like to purchase the drivers side sun visor. PM sent.
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Old 11-02-2014, 05:54 AM   #10
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You listing is great and your prices are very fair. GLWS.
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Old 11-02-2014, 06:14 AM   #11
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If sale falls through on the rollbar windscreen/grills. I'd be interested in them both. Also are you selling the wheels on the car? thank you
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Old 11-02-2014, 06:24 AM   #12
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I will be reusing most of the car for a 911 resotmod build.

Details? Sounds very interesting
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Old 11-04-2014, 10:36 PM   #13
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All pms have been replied to. A few items have shipped.

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Your listing is great and your prices are very fair. GLWS.
Thank you all parts are priced to sell, as I need to move them quick. I'm running out of room!

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If sale falls through on the rollbar windscreen/grills. I'd be interested in them both. Also are you selling the wheels on the car? thank you
I still have the windscreen But the mesh grills are sold. The wheels are currently not for sale. I have shipped the damaged wheel out to be repaired. They may be for sale at a later time.

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Details? Sounds very interesting
It will be an interesting project. The boxster is a little over five inches longer then the 70 911. It is also a bit wider, However the pinch welds are almost the same maybe a mm or two off on each side. Other then finding the right place to remove five inches I believe the hardiest part will be to make the rear shock towers fit inside the quarter panels and keeping chassis rigidity. Then there is the issue of retaining cabin space, the engine fire wall will be almost flush with the b pillar. I may still have to stretch the quarter panels an inch or two. My plan is to keep period correct styling wise 73RS with a modern chassis and all the modern tech.

A pic of the 911, please excuse the mess its much worse right now that is an old pic





Almost all the parts have been removed and are read to be shipped. I will also up date with smaller misc parts for sale.

Current pics of the boxster.


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Old 11-05-2014, 04:45 AM   #14
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You're more adventurous than me! I'm also building a mid-engine 911 RSR, but I'm using a transverse mounted VR6 and O2M transaxle. The VR6 is the same motor that came in the Cayenne, Audi TT and R32. Someone had done something similar to what you're doing, only they used a KarmaGhia. I think someone used a VW Bug too.
Towards the end of this thread What suspension for a mid engine 911? - Page 2 - Pelican Parts Technical BBS there's a guy who stretched his 911 to fit an engine in the middle.
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ty for the reply. about the mesh inserts but will definitely check in from time to time on the wheels. ty again!
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You're more adventurous than me! I'm also building a mid-engine 911 RSR, but I'm using a transverse mounted VR6 and O2M transaxle. The VR6 is the same motor that came in the Cayenne, Audi TT and R32. Someone had done something similar to what you're doing, only they used a KarmaGhia. I think someone used a VW Bug too.
Towards the end of this thread What suspension for a mid engine 911? - Page 2 - Pelican Parts Technical BBS there's a guy who stretched his 911 to fit an engine in the middle.
I just remembered I seen your build thread on a VW forum a year or so ago. Did you ever finish it or do you have a new build thread anywhere?

Also I seen the thread you posted its where I got the idea of stretching the q-panels!


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ty for the reply. about the mesh inserts but will definitely check in from time to time on the wheels. ty again!
NP, The wheel should be back here sometime this week, however it may be a few months before I decide to sell them as I will be using them to mock up my build.

Also a current pic of the car.



If anyone wants to help pull out the windshield its theirs for free. If not it will be $50 assuming I don't break it pulling it out.
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Old 11-10-2014, 04:14 AM   #17
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I'm embarrassed to say that in the last year all I've done was weld the 930 flares on it and bought the front and rear RSR bumpers along with a whale tail. What started off as a way to pay for a few vehicle projects, has turned into an occupation. Just been too busy. I'm actually thinking about going a different direction and putting a 996 suspension/trans with possible LS power. The VR6 is a wonderful motor, but the aftermarket support for them isn't as large as the LS. I finally got my shop cleared out of all the boxster parts, so hopefully I'll start getting some work done on it soon.
Did you start a build thread on yours?
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