My mistake. Allow me to rephrase:
Actually Brad, it was Jeff who requested almost the entire car.
From: Jeff McNeal [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2000 5:58 PM
To: Tim Doyle; Bradley D Richardson
Subject: Re: Parts Needed
No I didn't! I already have the shell, seats, rails and rolling chassis,
including trans and diff! If I had wanted the whole car, I would have just
asked for one!
----- Original Message -----
From: Tim Doyle <email@example.com>
To: Bradley D Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2000 2:09 PM
Subject: RE: Parts Needed
> Actually Brad, it was Jeff who requested the entire car.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bradley D Richardson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2000 2:07 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Spitfires@autox.team.net
> Subject: Re: Parts Needed
> I admire your reply also, and I didn't even read it all. Quite the list.
> Wouldn't it be easier to just ask for an entire car?
> On Fri, 22 Sep 2000 13:34:45 -0700 "Jeff McNeal" <email@example.com>
> > Tim,
> > I admire your chutzpa. Now that you've opened this door, if anyone
> > else is
> > feeling generous, here is what I need to keep the cost of my '68
> > Spitfire
> > Mk3 restoration in check.
> > 1 brake master cylinder
> > 1 clutch master cylinder
> > 1 wiper motor
> > 1 battery
> > 1 1296cc engine (complete with distributor, fuel pump and water
> > pump,
> > please)
> > 2 SU carbs or 1 Weber DGV with manifold (I'm not picky when it's
> > free)
> > 1 4-2-1 exhaust header (stainless steel prefered, but will accept
> > mild
> > steel)
> > 1 complete wiring harness
> > 1 steering column
> > 1 turn signal switch
> > 1 ingnition switch
> > 1 stalk-mount O/D switch
> > 1 steering wheel (make it 13" polished mahogony, please)
> > 1 horn button (Triumph shield, please)
> > 1 brake pedal
> > 1 brake pedal rubber friction pad
> > 1 clutch pedal
> > 1 clutch peak rubber friction pad
> > 1 gas pedal
> > 2 tail light assemblies
> > 1 license plate light assembly
> > 2 rear turn signal assemblies
> > 2 front turn signal assemblies
> > 2 horns (high and low) with mounting brackets
> > 1 radiator, plus all hoses
> > 1 aluminum valve cover (polished and shiny, please)
> > 1 hood support stick
> > 1 trunk support stick
> > 2 sets of T-R-I-U-M-P-H chrome letters
> > 1 chrome SpitfireMk3 badge
> > 1 chrome Overdrive badge
> > 1 front bumper (no dings or rust, please)
> > 2 rear quarter bumpers (no dings or rust, please) and mounting
> > brackets.
> > 1 earth strap for battery
> > 1 positive wire to solenoid for battery
> > 1 solenoid
> > 1 starter motor
> > 1 generator (would settle for GM alternator if you're in a pinch)
> > 1 set of ignition wires
> > 1 windshield (no scratches, pits or cracks, please)
> > 1 windshield rubber
> > 1 windshield trim piece
> > 2 bonnet cones
> > 1 bonnet to body rubber seal
> > 1 dash cover
> > 2 crash pads
> > 2 parcel trays (right and left)
> > 1 grab handle
> > 1 emergency brake handle
> > 1 emergency brake rubber handle
> > 1 set of emergency brake cables
> > 1 emergency brake rubber boot
> > 1 gearshift rubber boot
> > 1 brake M/C boot
> > 1 clutch M/C boot
> > 1 ABS transmission housing cover (with insulation, please)
> > 1 carpet set (nice, lwoolen loop pile, please).
> > 2 seat reupholstery kits (hey, I've got the seats!)
> > 1 vinyl dashboard trim
> > 1 walnut facia panel
> > 2 Lucas chrome door mirrors
> > 1 rearview mirror
> > 1 ash tray
> > 1 wheel arch kit
> > 2 door waist seals
> > 1 complete set of working '67 or '68 Jaeger gauges (with chrome
> > bezels,
> > please)
> > 1 set of bolts, washers and spacers to attach the body to the frame
> > 5 155SR 13 steel belted radials (from any maker but Firestone and
> > Bridgestone)
> > 2 interior door panels
> > 2 window cranks
> > 2 door handles
> > I'm sure there are more things that I haven't thought of, but this
> > would
> > surely make a dent! Thanks in advance. I'll keep an eye out for
> > the UPS
> > truck! :-)
> > Best wishes,
> > Jeff in San Diego
> > '67 RHD Spitfire Mk3 aka "Mrs. Jones"
> > '68 LHD Spitfire Mk3 frame-off resto project
> > Jeff's Classic '67 Spitfire Mk3 site & Vintage Spitfire Webring
> > http://www.ohms.com/spitfire/spitfire.shtml
> > home of the NEW Totally Triumph Auction
> > "By Triumph enthusiasts, for Triumph enthusiasts"
> > http://www.ohms.com/cgi-bin/TRauction.cgi
> > and..The Totally Triumph Garage forums -- moderated, focused,
> > friendly!
> > http://www.ohms.com/cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboard.cgi
> > ...plus a few other surprises!
> > * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Tim Doyle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: Spitfires-Digest <Spitfires@autox.team.net>
> > Sent: Friday, September 22, 2000 12:45 PM
> > Subject: Parts Needed
> > >
> > > Hey listers! I am in need of some help from my fellow round
> > tailers for
> > my
> > > restoration. I am looking to hopefully acquire some parts that
> > maybe some
> > > of you no longer have a need for, thereby allowing me to keep the
> > cost of
> > > restoration down and the fun factor of networking with the listers
> > instead
> > > of a parts company.
> > >
> > > I have a 1964 MKI currently in the process of being refurbished
> > (before I
> > > restore it completely I want to drive the thing for a bit) and I
> > need the
> > > following parts:
> > >
> > > Master brake cylinder. The internal parts of mine are either
> > missing or
> > > completely fused together. I have a rebuild kit if you have a
> > distressed
> > > one, so long as its complete.
> > > One (or preferably two) front brake calipers. One of mine snapped
> > the
> > > bleeder screw off and I just broke my EZOut off inside.
> > > Two good condition talilight lenses.
> > > A couple of rear brake lines, the rubber ones that is, the rest of
> > my
> > lines
> > > appear solid.
> > > Wiper motor. Mine is dead.
> > >
> > > Thats the critical stuff for now. With these things I can
> > actually safely
> > > drive the car on the road and not die at the first stop sign.
> > >
> > > Feel free to respond off list (or on if you like).
> > >
> > > Tim
> > >
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