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Thread: WTB: Driveable Series Project (II, III, Lightweight)

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    Default WTB: Driveable Series Project (II, III, Lightweight)

    Looking for a driveable project vehicle - 88 Series II, IIA, III, or Lightweight. Need solid frame, good or better bulkhead, drivetrain and brakes in good enough condition to run, stop, steer. Everything else is negotiable. Not afraid of electrical, other bodywork, and mechanical repairs/resto.
    Prefer diesel, but not required. Prefer hardtop. LHD or RHD, no matter. Prefer East coast, but not required.
    Send links to description/pics. Thanks ! tinyredcar at comcast dot net

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    E-mail sent...
    --Mark

    1973 SIII 109 RHD 2.5NA Diesel

    0-54mph in just under 11.5 minutes
    (9.7 minutes now that she's a 3-door).

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    Someone just sent me this link, looks like a nice truck!

    http://longisland.craigslist.org/cto/3656886344.html

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    This is mine, but it's about as far away as one could get and still be in the continental US http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/cto/3711605539.html
    Gale Breitkreutz
    '03 Disco
    '74 Series III 88 (sold, 4/13)
    '47 CJ2A

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