[T3] Save vs. Recycle
topnotch at nycap.rr.com
Wed Oct 24 16:16:18 PDT 2018
I could use a couple of starter cores,
but unfortunately what costs Amazon $8 to ship
costs the rest of us $80.
From: type3-vwtype3.org [mailto:type3-vwtype3.org-bounces at lists.vwtype3.org]
On Behalf Of J. Jonik
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 12:00 AM
To: type3 at vwtype3.org
Subject: [T3] Save vs. Recycle
Sad to say, I have to end my T-3 era...going back to 70's. Got a "new" '01
Subaru.Jim A gave me a list of which of my ton of spare parts ought just be
recycled, and which to save for others. This is to add questions about
other parts to be either saved for whatever buyers there may be, and which
to take to cash in on metal recycle. I have a LOT of spare parts from past
cars...'72 and '73 mostly.
- Heater boxes- Bumpers...with rust.- Relays and other sensor things.- Fuel
- Distributors- Doors- A rear hatch door.- Light lenses and headlights,
etc.- Brake cylinders and calipers- Brake disks- Engine tin- Wires- Tie
rods- Chrome trim
- Steering wheels- Turn signals...not for '71.- Seat belts- Clocks,
odometers- Glove compartment(s)- Sun visor flaps.- R.View mirrors- Hub nuts-
If anyone has advice about dealing with all this, especially in
Philadelphia PA tri/quad state Jersey...Del...MD....area....please advise.
Otherwise, I recycle, call the Smithsonian Museum Antiquities Dept....or
melt it all down into art.
PS: Do not want to sell individual parts piece by piece. Want a truck to
pull up and take the lot. The job of finding sale value of each part would
PPS: In meantime, out to recycle go flywheels, clutch parts, bad-boot ball
joints and tie rod ends, brake rotors, starters, generators,
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