Brad, et. al.,
The condition, originality and relationship to the buyer are big
I purchased a used, fairly clean (some dirt in the vinyl creveces, a
needing lubrication and eyelets for the front needed replacement) and
(identified by the triangle shapes on the lining) tonneau for $100.00
gentleman who I purchased a parts car from. This was a seperate
It seemed like a fair price.
"Bradley D. Richardson" wrote:
> Laura, Sam, and Scott,
> The three of you voiced interest in buying my black tonneau, as
> described below. I looked it up, and new tonneau's are $249.95. I have
> no idea how these new ones compare in quality to the one I've got. I
> also have no idea what the tonneau is worth, and I don't want to cheat
> either the buyer or myself. Would you have any idea what the thing is
> Brad Richardson
> 79 Spitfire
> Portland, Oregon
> I have a black
> > tonneau, for my 79 spitfire. It is in perfect condition, virtually new,
> > looks like it's never been used. All snaps, four eye hooks for the
> > front, extends over both seat head rests and the steering wheel, and
> > zips down the middle almost all the way. Looks like OEM.
> > I will never use it, I don't like them, but it came with the car, and I
> > don't turn down free stuff.
> > I have no idea what it's worth, I'm not home to look in any of my parts
> > catalogs, and obviously I wouldn't want to swap for another tonneau,
> > therefore, it's for sale.