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Old August 29th, 2023, 12:08 AM
MeganK MeganK is offline
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Default Leftover Parts... 66 1500

Not trying to buy or sell parts but I do have a general question.

Throughout my restoration progress I have a pile of parts.... Most notably I upgraded my front brakes to discs and got rid of the world's tiniest master cylinder...

So the question is....what should I do? Should I keep them as original parts? Should I list and sell them? (no idea of value) Should I throw them in the recycle bin? I know some items are clearly for the scrap heap but many of the parts are in reasonably good shape.... Plus I am not sure if my far less common 8 lug set up makes them more or less "valuable" or marketable or whatever...

I really would prefer not to have a parts pile in my storage area but it there is a use for them I would rather that then toss them...

Appreciate your thoughts... Megan
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