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Author Subject: white phase 1 breaking
ryangti6

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Post #1
As some will know I bought a white phase 1 to break and pinch a few bits for my 205.

All parts are available, the engine runs so everything attached is all good but something in the is making an horrendous noise so will more than likely be sold in individual parts.

I gave it a quick drive around the block and everything else seems good other than the rear caliper is sticking, gearbox is lovely, rear beam is good with no camber or noises and everything on the front seems good with no noises.

Few parts and prices to comply with rules

rear beam complete other than calipers £100
Front suspension £20 a side
Hubs £20
Doors £20 bare or £30 complete
Wings £15
Sideskirts £20
Front lights £10 each
Pas pump £15
Altenator £15
Exhaust manifold £20 (I have 2 of these)
Complete inlet £40
Seats £50, drivers seat not the best but others are good


All parts will be checked when removed, everything other than panels can be posted at cost price and prices are ono

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Ryan
Posted 7th Mar 2013 at 13:29
phil b

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Post #2
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Posted 8th Mar 2013 at 11:58
ryangti6

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Post #3
Lol, I'd be tempted to save it and keep for myself if it wasn't for the big dent on the rear quarter, there's also a bit of rust on the sunroof so unfortunately her days are numbered.

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Ryan
Posted 8th Mar 2013 at 12:27
welshpug!

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Location: Bigend, Wales.

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Post #4
What do you need for your 205?

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Posted 8th Mar 2013 at 14:07
ryangti6

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Post #5
Ecu/loom if I ever decide wether to go Xu10 or not (currently mi'd) so will be handy to have, may fit the brakes seeing as I'll need new pads and disks soon but undecided on that as I'd rather just go upto 266's tbh. Only definite things at the minute is all the boot lining as 306 is nicer and mines missing and 2 tyres off it for the 205 and 2 for my Mrs 206.

The 4 good tyres would of cost over half what I paid for the car though so mainly bought it for those.

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Posted 8th Mar 2013 at 17:19
dr-evil

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Post #6
Have you got pictures of the seats and lights.

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Posted 13th Mar 2013 at 23:30
ryangti6

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Post #7
I'll sort some out today mate

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Posted 14th Mar 2013 at 09:58

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