19722-73 Spider - parts car

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FiatJim
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19722-73 Spider - parts car

Post by FiatJim » Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:04 pm

I have a totally rusted out car. But the engine, tranny and the rest of the drive train is there.
In the spring it will be going to the crusher :-(

Might anybody want it? :geek:

You will need to tow/flat bed it. I have at least 3 tires which hold air. Plus 2-3 which don't (dry rot).

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Re: 19722-73 Spider - parts car

Post by engineerted » Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:22 pm

Jim you might want to post your location. :D
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Re: 19722-73 Spider - parts car

Post by davedecker4 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:29 pm

I would like to have the front pulley on the engine that connects the bottom crankshaft to the fanbelt. Does it look like a single pulley?
Also, where is the car located?
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Re: 19722-73 Spider - parts car

Post by zonker » Wed Feb 13, 2019 10:35 pm

If it's in SoCal, I would gladly pick it up.
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Re: 19722-73 Spider - parts car

Post by FiatJim » Thu Feb 14, 2019 8:27 pm

Yeah,... letting you know where I am - That'd have been helpful!! :oops:

I am in Norwich NY - about an hour north on Binghamton, one hour south of Syracuse

At this time I want to get rid of the entire car. I am not equipped to part it out.
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Re: 19722-73 Spider - parts car

Post by fp55scca » Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:55 pm

--Jim, pictures would help. Is there a reason you list it as a "72-73"? The '72 would likely have the 1608 motor, while the '73 may have the 1592cc. The VIN would also help nail down the year if you are in doubt. The VIN stamped on the firewall, just above the distributor, is the most reliable.

--Pictures would also show what other parts of the car might be salvageable?
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