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Old 09-12-2020, 03:02 PM   #21
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Looking for this.

WTB- 3 wire connector for convertable top

Let me know if it's something you are willing to do.

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Old 09-12-2020, 03:42 PM   #22
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Last time I asked you didn't have coilovers but that was several cars ago! Anything?
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Looking for this.

WTB- 3 wire connector for convertable top

Let me know if it's something you are willing to do.

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So, just the wire harness end? ...or a connector that's part of the top latch?
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Last time I asked you didn't have coilovers but that was several cars ago! Anything?
Still none. You want old stock springs, and struts I got em.
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Still none. You want old stock springs, and struts I got em.
What took you so long to respond?

I'm about to take the reciprocating saw to it. Moved into a larger storage unit, building a little shop - what a relief! Pretty cool for such a small area. 10x20 but with a 13' ceiling. Added a storage shelf up above.
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So, just the wire harness end? ...or a connector that's part of the top latch?
Harness end. Should be 3 Brown wires and black connector that plugs into the convertable top microswitch assembly.
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Looking for a pre-"e-gas" cruise control. The one that had an actuator pull on a wire. Plus cut wiring harness.
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Old 09-12-2020, 05:35 PM   #28
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What took you so long to respond?

I'm about to take the reciprocating saw to it. Moved into a larger storage unit, building a little shop - what a relief! Pretty cool for such a small area. 10x20 but with a 13' ceiling. Added a storage shelf up above.
It probably would have taken me longer to respond if you had texted me instead... Your shop sounds great to get that car done. I need more ceiling space in my garage.
Have you seen this: https://flatsixes.com/tag/project-boxster-clubsport/ Different, but similar idea.
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Old 09-12-2020, 05:39 PM   #29
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Harness end. Should be 3 Brown wires and black connector that plugs into the convertable top microswitch assembly.
No problem, but not worth charging money for. Since it's not worth charging for, I probably won't get to it until my next day off - Wednesday. Send me a PM where to mail it to if you want it.
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Looking for a pre-"e-gas" cruise control. The one that had an actuator pull on a wire. Plus cut wiring harness.
Paul, I have that in the '98. I really don't want to do international shipping though. Do you have a US address I can ship it to that can forward it to you? I could sell it to you through eBay and let them ship it from the US - they are slow and I think they charge you a lot.
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I need two seat belt receptacles off the inside edge of the seats. condition is no problem except functional. I don't even need the wiring harness.
got any?
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Old 09-12-2020, 06:18 PM   #32
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I need two seat belt receptacles off the inside edge of the seats. condition is no problem except functional. I don't even need the wiring harness.
got any?
I'll dig out some scrappy seat frames tomorrow evening and make sure. I should have a pair available. $24 shipped?
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sounds great, thanks!
let me know how to pay you
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It probably would have taken me longer to respond if you had texted me instead... Your shop sounds great to get that car done. I need more ceiling space in my garage.
Have you seen this: https://flatsixes.com/tag/project-boxster-clubsport/ Different, but similar idea.
Hey, thanks, a little different but a lot of similarities also. There aren't many of these articles around so I'm really excited to read this one.

Do you have any specialty tools that might be available? I'm going to restock the shop with lots of new tools.
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$460 shipped (pair). If you are interested, I'll pull them off the hubs and get them cleaned up a little over the weekend.



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Old 09-12-2020, 08:11 PM   #36
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No problem, but not worth charging money for. Since it's not worth charging for, I probably won't get to it until my next day off - Wednesday. Send me a PM where to mail it to if you want it.
Appreciated. PM sent.
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PMs replied to. J. Mills has a set of base calipers on the way. I found a box with a couple extra sets of top transmissions, arms, cables and motors if anyone needs top parts.
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Hey, thanks, a little different but a lot of similarities also. There aren't many of these articles around so I'm really excited to read this one.

Do you have any specialty tools that might be available? I'm going to restock the shop with lots of new tools.
No special tools available. I still need all the ones I have. I bet you can get a couple responses if you post a 'WTB' for anything specific. Some people finish projects and move on...
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I am looking for one of the H looking pieces that the cam bolts for the camber adjustment for the rear control arms ... I hope I doing a fair job of describing what I need. Something you have?
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Pretty sure I have it, but exactly what part and if it's the big part, left or right side?



Whatever it is, I have full rear suspension for a base and some for an S.

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