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superbeard
24-06-17, 03:41 PM
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Your Name : Clarke Dalby
LOCATION : Rochford, Essex
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ITEM Name : 1990 supra H993 GPC in super red II
PRICE : 400 ONO
DESCRIPTION : As most of you probably know, I took my supra off the road 2-3 years ago after sorting out any issues with the intention of respraying it as the last cosmetic issue that needed sorting. As it currently stands I have removed most of the exterior plastic trim on one side, front and rear bumpers etc and that's as far as I got. Everything removed is all there, screws, trim etc
before this it had brand new tyres, refurbed alloys, brake work, engine bits and servicing etc so really annoyed that it ended up like this but that's life. Engine was running sweet as and probably will continue to do so. You can hear it running if necessary.
I still start it up and run it every fortnight and top up with fresh fuel every few months. It will drive but only up and down my driveway after insurance was changed so you could drive it onto trailer no problem. I would take it up the road and back but not wirth getting caught. Handbrake has been left off so no sticking. Car moved backwards and forwards regularly to avoid tyre flat spots.
Please don't ask me to screw all the bits back on as I haven't had the time in over two years so won't have now. Just want to get rid reluctantly, someone else can finish it and appreciate it. I've no doubt that it would pass an MOT with some basic tlc and is worth more in parts so either way come and take it please.
Any questions, please reply to thread or message me.
kindest regards
Clarke

superbeard
06-07-17, 07:39 PM
Ok got some pics. Sorry for delay, photo bucket is appallingly slow and unresponsive.

http://i1264.photobucket.com/albums/jj494/clarke_decorating/IMG_4689_zps09m8ycjx.jpg (http://s1264.photobucket.com/user/clarke_decorating/media/IMG_4689_zps09m8ycjx.jpg.html)

http://i1264.photobucket.com/albums/jj494/clarke_decorating/IMG_4688_zpsqbvu7lci.jpg (http://s1264.photobucket.com/user/clarke_decorating/media/IMG_4688_zpsqbvu7lci.jpg.html)

http://i1264.photobucket.com/albums/jj494/clarke_decorating/IMG_4692_zpsg6zwb7uc.jpg (http://s1264.photobucket.com/user/clarke_decorating/media/IMG_4692_zpsg6zwb7uc.jpg.html)

http://i1264.photobucket.com/albums/jj494/clarke_decorating/IMG_4693_zpse6ugews4.jpg (http://s1264.photobucket.com/user/clarke_decorating/media/IMG_4693_zpse6ugews4.jpg.html)

superbeard
06-07-17, 07:41 PM
Just to reiterate, all parts removed including all bolts and fixings are still inside the car so no missing parts. Also, you can hear it running if necessary.

superbeard
07-08-17, 09:03 PM
Ok so photobucket has gone haywire. I'll get the photos re-uploaded one evening this week

v12mcs
31-08-17, 10:44 AM
Is this one still about chap?

superbeard
02-09-17, 12:26 AM
Current photos here

http://s1264.photobucket.com/user/clarke_decorating/library/?sort=6&page=1

Have a look in the folder marked 'paintwork restoration' and you can see it in its glory days. Wish it looked like that now!