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Santa's Hord of 95's RRC's

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Old 12-18-2018, 06:48 AM
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Hi guys!!! I've been debating this topic for some time now and I've run out of space and my brides patients. Lol. What to do is what I'm asking advice for. I've got 3 95 classics. 2 SWB's and one LWB. My green swb came from California 8 years ago which I purchased from a buddy who is a rover enthusiast. The other 2 are good parts vehicles. Should I sell em off as a lot or part the 2 off of the good stuff and recycle em. I did sell off a few parts off the lwb. Just looking for some input from ya. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks again and happy holidays. Chad.


 
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If you're still considering parting out the 95's I'd be interested in one of the roof racks that you have and possibly a front air dam.
 
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Originally Posted by JoeAlcohol View Post
If you're still considering parting out the 95's I'd be interested in one of the roof racks that you have and possibly a front air dam.
I think i might still have a decent air dam but the racks are not for sale. Thanks chad.
 
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