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I use importmonster alot, with 4 K's I have no choice. As far as the combined shipping goes, your purchases are stored in japan and when you have bought a few things you can release them altogether and save on postage..

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if your referring to the 10mm nuts that bolt to the rear beaver yes, the boot on a sedan is wider but the chrome corner trims are narrower...

Importmonster has a warehouse in Japan that your items are stored at until you release them..

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oh really. thats good. nothing has to be organised to release them? as in, its a simple enough process to let them know NOT to ship when ive bought an item. Better start bidding then!

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All your items are shown on-line, you tick the "RELEASE" button and they aree sent, Aron (the Owner) is very good to deal with, I'm kinda lucky I live only 10mins from his office...

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forget that link you just posted blk180, i seen this car yesterday, looks as though it sat in the ocean for a fair while, never seen so much rust on a car, my dad and i both surprised it hadn't just folded in on itself. actually all panels were like paper mache`! i salvaged the grille, struts and some interior bits but the rest is not worth anything, don't even know how it'll get onto a truck without collapsing, even the chassis is crumbling!

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bonnet no good at all, nor any other metal for that matter! i'm heading back there today for some more interior trim, take some pics and post for a laugh :)

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forget that link you just posted blk180, i seen this car yesterday, looks as though it sat in the ocean for a fair while, never seen so much rust on a car, my dad and i both surprised it hadn't just folded in on itself. actually all panels were like paper mache`! i salvaged the grille, struts and some interior bits but the rest is not worth anything, don't even know how it'll get onto a truck without collapsing, even the chassis is crumbling![/QUOT

Mr jmt240kgtr, this wouldn't happen to be the K you went and looked at?

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forget that link you just posted blk180, i seen this car yesterday, looks as though it sat in the ocean for a fair while, never seen so much rust on a car, my dad and i both surprised it hadn't just folded in on itself. actually all panels were like paper mache`! i salvaged the grille, struts and some interior bits but the rest is not worth anything, don't even know how it'll get onto a truck without collapsing, even the chassis is crumbling![/QUOT

Mr jmt240kgtr, this wouldn't happen to be the K you went and looked at?

Wasn't this parts car stolen from you Gerry a while back? this could get interesting....

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No it wasn't. Gerry popped in there whilst i was getting some stuff from the car. This one is two tone brown; brown paint accentuated with more than a slight hue of copper coloured RUST! :)

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Going to be a big change in this project. I won the 4 door that was on eBay! In primer, body work done, disk brake rear etc. can't wait to get stuck in

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Anyone in Adelaide want my old shell. Still got rust that needs cutting out but engine bay is in primer, wheel wells painted and no rust in floor

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well we are picking up the new project on saturday.. so pretty excited. but the old one is going to scrap :( oh well was good practice..

and after reading the flat top SU's wernt the best option, i managed to pick up some reconditioned round tops!

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