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Author: Subject: POSSIBLY For sale - Raw Striker Build package.
loggyboy

posted on 30/8/17 at 11:52 AM Reply With Quote
POSSIBLY For sale - Raw Striker Build package.

Ive come to the point where Im considering selling up as I want to spend money elsewhere and Im unlikely to ever complete the car. Not desperate to sell, but if the interest is there.
PLEASE NOTE - I appreciate finished cars go for less, and theres a good reason for that, people want to build, and this still has plenty of fun left in to satisfy, so hoping it may appeal to someone.
Realistically speaking, I dont suspect to have much interest at the package price Im asking, but apart from the raw chassis package, Im happy to end up selling items on an Individual basis to minimise my losses.
Please no comments/opinions on what it may be worth to some, i'm well aware.

Raw Striker Package (I wont split this). Includes:

Powdercoated Chassis (with Full rollcage & bias pedal box option, waxoyled internally)
Wishbones/rockers/nuts/bolts etc.
All Pedals and brake bias bar.
Aluminium Panels (cut, drilled and folded, - floors already in place, polyurethane sealed)
Quality Alloy rivets, sealed, both countersunk and normal, more than enough for whole car)
2.4 Quickrack
Full Raw Steering Column
Coilovers (Gaz)
Capri Upright kit (inc alloy hubs and new bearings)
Rear uprights to suit sierra calipers and new bearings.
Copper brake lines unions and brake light switch. (fitted)
Fuel lines (partially fitted)
Wiring Loom (fitted, but not terminated)
(all above fitted to make a rolling chassis on sierra build wheels)
Handbrake (has been adapted to sit on tunnel rather than on tunnel side)
Drive Shafts (Powdercoated)
Prop Shaft
Aeroquip brake lines
Fibreglass panels in Black (Inc spare tub, dash and aeroscreen)
Rear boot cover.

Above is worth over 7000 from Raw
Chassis rolls but will need a trailer as no bolts are tight.

Individual items may split, but would like to sell the majority with the above:

Crate 2.0 Zetec with fitted ARPs and adapted sump/pickup. (can include engine mounts to suit the chassis) Worth over 1200
New Webber Alpha 45s TBs and ECU/loom, premapped for Zetec - Worth over 2k
New High pressure pump (bosch)
New alternator with Custom brackets and pulleys.
Part finished manifold kit
Titanium Exhaust with 400cell Cat
New Accusump with electric valve (and spare), (needs gauge)
Used Type 9 From 73k Sierra which drove faultlessly when picked up plan was to recon to (as new)
Used Flywheel and new clutch kit to suit Zetec to Type9, inc spigot bearing, correct release bearing, new slim starter motor
Used LSD 7 Diff, (from 4x4) with bolt on flanges
Used Open 7 diffs x2
New Front Brakes - M16 front callipers
New Rear sierra handbrake calipers (inc new rear discs)
New Radiator (with brackets to suit chassis) and orange silicone coolant pipes, alloy joiners etc.
Used Tillet 3.5 carbon seats (very expensive new, but cracked and Tatty)
Used ETB DigiDash2 (reset to 0 miles, inc loom, but missing sensors (easy to get from ETB)
New Dominator headlights (small mark on one)
New Various side repeaters/indicators etc
New IVA proof side mirrors
Used 8x BSA 10spoke 15 alloys, all in need of refurb.

Missing very few major items from the above to make a complete car Fuel tank, header tank, Handbrake cables, finish (or new exhaust manifold), Steering wheel, tyres, new CVs, front brake discs and pads all round.
Recon the Gearbox and the new parts are there to gain a current/new registration, I have all receipts.
However v5 and cut out vin, photos etc of the donor are available for anyone wanting to get an age related plate.

Take everything for 7k ovno, worth way over 13k if bought from scratch.

A picture of it in its most 'complete' state a couple of years back - engine/box is currently out of car.



[Edited on 30-8-17 by loggyboy]







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daveb666

posted on 30/8/17 at 03:51 PM Reply With Quote
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tims31

posted on 30/8/17 at 04:26 PM Reply With Quote
Sorry to see you won't complete but if you do look at splitting I'd be interested in the Quickrack please.





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maurof74

posted on 30/8/17 at 05:06 PM Reply With Quote
u2u sent about rear calipers and discs
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bi22le

posted on 30/8/17 at 05:52 PM Reply With Quote
U2U regarding spare electric accusump valve, spare rear tub and 7" LSD diff.





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shindha

posted on 30/8/17 at 08:04 PM Reply With Quote
Hi if you decide to split I would be interested in the DigiDash.
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nick205

posted on 31/8/17 at 08:01 AM Reply With Quote
Aaaaaarrrrrggghghhh!



Loggy - as you know I did have a pretty strong interest in this (and I'm local to you).

Shame my garage is now converted to a bedroom. It's working well for son no. 2, but has done me out of my "man space" for such activities.

A real shame not to see you finish it, but sometimes it's time to move on.

Best of luck with the sale.

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nick205

posted on 26/9/17 at 03:54 PM Reply With Quote
Now speculating about an outdoor build.

Not sure it's really something to get into, but building something would be better than fixing bicycle punctures on a weekend

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