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Green storm about to meet its maker.

leather steering wheel £100

boot carpet set £50

cream interior plastics from £10 each

solitudes £60

sunroof (guidance needed with price please)

black dashboard £50

tail lights 4 pieces £50

shout up if you’re looking for anything before the shell goes (she’ll cuts etc).

collection from Crewe 10 mins j16 m6

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What’s the condition of the a pillar trims, any scars?

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Passenger has a small screw hole for ultrasonic for the alarm


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Its takes a long time to wire the rear glass out but the one side is very obsolete- worth disk cutting the glass out with the frame surround.

The rubber perimeter seal is also very obsolete right now and should pull out. 

Pull handle on a pillar has x2 special speed nuts pull them out. 

Tailgate push rod plastic buffer plate is extremely obsolete and rare - need to squeeze with pliers under it to remove without damage. Also the tailgate loading trim is very rare.  

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Roof lining, the covering fell off, suitable for recovering £30

Heated seat loom, I have
the relays too £50

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Airbox and k and n panel filter. £150

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35 minutes ago, Keyo said:

Its takes a long time to wire the rear glass out but the one side is very obsolete- worth disk cutting the glass out with the frame surround.

The rubber perimeter seal is also very obsolete right now and should pull out. 

Pull handle on a pillar has x2 special speed nuts pull them out. 

Tailgate push rod plastic buffer plate is extremely obsolete and rare - need to squeeze with pliers under it to remove without damage. Also the tailgate loading trim is very rare.  

I think the best way to get the glass is to angle grind the shell seam and b pillar, then dissect the seam piece by piece to get the glass and seal intact. A couple of hours work tho and no guarantees you’ll get the glass intact….

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Passenger side

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Drivers side

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Passenger side

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Drivers side

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2 hours ago, Dox said:

I think the best way to get the glass is to angle grind the shell seam and b pillar, then dissect the seam piece by piece to get the glass and seal intact. A couple of hours work tho and no guarantees you’ll get the glass intact….

I just used a scaffolder Stihl cutter and cut 2 inch outside of metal.- brutal I know but glass is there if someone wants to wire it out 😂

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19 minutes ago, Keyo said:

I just used a scaffolder Stihl cutter and cut 2 inch outside of metal.- brutal I know but glass is there if someone wants to wire it out 😂

So what are they worth?

im making little progress today tbh…. It’s fighting me

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5 hours ago, Dox said:

So what are they worth?

im making little progress today tbh…. It’s fighting me

Good question to me they are worth keeping spare - for example glass a  windscreen now sells in the USA for 1000 dollars as obsolete - although there is one guy bringing them in a bit cheaper now from Europe. They get damaged through removal - seals perish - break inns -  debris damage. 

What is the obsolete side worth to someone who needs one- depends how cruel you decide to be lol- certainly an essential spare now - folks dont realise yet about these rear windows- shaun managed to get one new one for his rado but the other one is a no go.   

This is how much they are new for the one side. 

https://www.mecatechnic.com/en-GB/custode-arriere-gauche-teintee-vert-pour-vw-corrado_C184594.htm

They are on ebay for 150 used- if you was local i would lend you my petrol disc cutter - same type you see pavers use but with a metal blade- i also chopped out the rear vw badge plate on the tailgate - plus the whole drain panel under the windscreen. Turrets as well are a good cut- also whole filler cap on rear panel area 

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I already have a full rear panel, filler cut, both rear arches from Hennys old g60

i have a 9 inch grinder 😂 

Front inner wings up to the turrets have already gone to a member here

is £50 about right for an engine top cover?

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16 hours ago, Dox said:


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Mine have the little screw holes too. Never mind 😖

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2 pairs of 288mm carriers £22 each posted

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One pair of 312 £30 posted

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B pillars as requested, as removed need a clean

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Heated seat loom sold

one pair of 288mm carriers  sold

sunroof pending as are A and B pillars

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Dox, do you have the female plug (socket)  for the two front fogs still on the car? I am after 2 if you can help me with this 👍

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31 minutes ago, Cressa said:

Dox, do you have the female plug (socket)  for the two front fogs still on the car? I am after 2 if you can help me with this 👍

I have somewhere, I don't know what they look like (2 years since I removed the fogs) and don't really want to cut looms ATM.

Who drive Corrados in fog anyway lol (we should all sell them and book a cruise with the proceeds?)

No offence meant 

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On 7/22/2022 at 10:45 AM, Dox said:

I have somewhere, I don't know what they look like (2 years since I removed the fogs) and don't really want to cut looms ATM.

Who drive Corrados in fog anyway lol (we should all sell them and book a cruise with the proceeds?)

No offence meant 

🤣🤣 no one in a corrado agreed. They were to go into a mk2 golf loom I am making. Something else that will probably never see fog either 

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Front windscreen, a pillars and roof to the sunroof aperture, little rust on show

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