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Author Subject: Dimma shell
pugheaven

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Location: Fareham

Registered: 17 Dec 2006

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Post #1
1 of 13 genuine steel bodied 306 dimma rolling shell for sale 😱

Yup the decision has been made to sell the dimma with a heavy heart I have come to terms that the evo powered dimma project will never happen.

So what you will get is:

A full steel bodied dimma shell painted in Ford mustang deep impact blue including doors and side skirts.

Carbon fibre roof.

Both front and rear bumper.

Carbon front splitter.

All side glass windows and windscreen.

Flocked dash with 2 pod gauge holders in the centre vent and one in the drivers vent.

Full interior wiring loom which had been reduced down to the essentials.

Full dash loom.

Full system closure Clifford alarm with remote start.

Full engine bay wiring loom.

Rear lights.

Wing mirrors.

Fuel tank, cap and neck

Standard metal slam panel with crystal headlights

6 point roll cage with twin door bars, rear X, harness bar (the rear of the cage goes to beam mounts)

Private number plate C8TJE

Spare evo 1 front bumper

Spare glass fibre front splitter

To get the car rolling I will fit a unknown rear beam and steel wheels
Front powdercoated subframe and arb, standard wishbones and hubs, standard power steering rack, standard springs, dampers and top mounts.

The car will be rolling ready to load onto a trailer/transporter
I have the v5 obviously
£4500


Items NOT included:
Carbon bonnet
Carbon grill
Carbon kevlar slam panel
Carbon boot
Carbon spoiler

Posted 15th Oct 2019 at 12:42
bigcw

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Location: Buckinghamshire

Registered: 25 Sep 2019

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Post #2
I came on here to look for parts for my cabrio conversion and seen this! Wanted a Dimma since they were first around.

Excuse the noob questions, but have you chopped the shell around for Evo running gear or will standard Pug stuff still bolt in? Assuming the latter, does the shell need special wide track running gear or is it simply a case of buying a running donor car and swapping everything over?
Posted 16th Oct 2019 at 21:47
bigcw

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Location: Buckinghamshire

Registered: 25 Sep 2019

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Post #3
Is this sold? No longer for sale?
Posted 1st Nov 2019 at 11:00
Day666

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Location: Bristol

Registered: 20 Apr 2013

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Post #4
bigcw wrote:
Is this sold? No longer for sale?


100% ...Sold and being turned into a rally car

PS ...in the end it was never touched / chopped as you asked ...it was a 100% 306 Dimma metal winged car
Posted 6th Nov 2019 at 12:02
Cjwatson27

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Location: Oxford

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Post #5
Loved to of had the money to buy it has a complete car. Couldn’t even afford the headlights when they came up for sale recently :-( lol

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Old pugs don't die they just get faster
Posted 6th Nov 2019 at 22:25
Day666

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Post #6
Cjwatson27 wrote:
Loved to of had the money to buy it has a complete car. Couldn’t even afford the headlights when they came up for sale recently :-( lol


Unlike you Chris ?
Business gone Quite m8
Hope your well Thumbs up
Posted 10th Nov 2019 at 11:31
Cjwatson27

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Post #7
Wandering into the dark den of Audi’s.
Just can’t justify spending spending money on a car that’s been sat on 3 wheels for 8 months.

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Old pugs don't die they just get faster
Posted 12th Nov 2019 at 19:39

1996 Volkswagen Golf vr6 highline

  • 2800cc
  • Purple
  • 113,000 miles

£1,300

Location: burton, staffs

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