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Parts - Need guidance on pricing
« on: 03/10/08, 01:13AM »

Offline SCRAMBEAR

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Well everyone......Its been quite awhile since  my new wheels and tires were stolen from the Scrambler and I never heard a peep about them again. Such a bummer. I have also been on the road in Cali working a ton and never got a chance to finish up the ride.

Looks like I'll have to sell her at this point and simplify my life and projects.

Any idea what a list of parts and incomplete CJ-8's are going for these days ?


1)-Holly Pro-jection fuel injection .
2)-258 NEW* crate motor.-(15 miles)
3)-Polished alloy intake.
4)-Mallory distributor and coil.
5)-300 transfer case.
6)-T-56 Trans.
7)-Stainless steel Borla exhaust.
Cool-Ceramic coated Hooker header.
9)-Skyjacker Soft-ride shocks and 4"lift leaf springs.
10)-Urethane bushings throughout.
11)-2" Body mount lift.
12)-Warn 8000i winch and trail kit w/bag.-(red)
13)-Custom 3" front,rear and side tubular bumpers and bars-(designed to be able to link as trail air tanks.
14)-Custom leather reclining seats with bear paw embroidery.
15)- Custom leather matching 3-spoke steering wheel w/embroidery.
16)-Custom leather wrapped & padded galvanized steel door panels w/African Zebra wood inserts.
17)Custom twin stick leather shift boots.
18)-Custom African Zebra wood Sola shift knobs.
19)-Custom African Zebra wood dash.
20)-Matching custom leather bound carpet and door panel carpet.
21)-All knobs and turn signals arms and window cranks made from custom Deer antler.(very sturdy).
22)-Custom modded Center console with CD holder and storage with rear swing-out cup holders.
23)- Chassis is rot free.Needs final body work and painting.
24)- Engine bay already prepped and painted white.
25)-New performance radiator.
26)- Most steel components sand blasted and powder-coated.
27)- OEM half-top and an extra full CJ-7 top for project full top.
28)-Extra set of steel wing window doors and Glass half doors.
29)-Large Pia off-road lights-Pair.
NOTE:-Vehicle runs great but needs a battery and some completion, but everything listed above is newly installed and unused.

My cell is 417-849-3809....ask for Vince








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Offline ford381stroker

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Moved, he stated he is not ready to sell the rig/parts yet but does need some estimates on dollar values for the items listed above.

Thanks!
« Last Edit: 12/26/11, 08:13PM by ford381stroker »
For parts, welding and fabrication needs, visit my website:  http://peakoffroad.com/

Re: Parts - Need guidance on pricing
« Reply #2 on: 12/26/11, 10:51PM »

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Thanks for doing that. Any chance you can bring my photos back up ??

Re: Parts - Need guidance on pricing
« Reply #3 on: 12/28/11, 02:03PM »

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 I'll be moving to Southern California soon and only have room for so much.  I'm even selling my restored 91' GMC Syclone ( turbo charged awd).

Mainly...I'm wondering if I should part it down to come out best or sell as a near finished project ??

It basically needs the gas tank and final fuel lines installed. Then paint on the exterior.....I've already prepped and painted the engine bay.

Anyone have a feel for this kind of situation ?

Thanks, Vinny

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« Reply #4 on: 12/28/11, 03:13PM »

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How much you asking for the cyclone ??
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Re: Parts - Need guidance on pricing
« Reply #5 on: 12/28/11, 03:54PM »

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Looking to get $13,600.  They are averaging about 14-18k and I'll have no spare time to really market it . $13.6 steals it or I have to transport it to Cali. to market it there.

0-60mph in 4.3 seconds in the RAIN !!

It has late model Vette wheels on a square set-up with 275/40/18's. Tires have about 1k on them.

Super straight body with BMW grey cladding oem body-kit.No wrecks or damage.

Original Syclone embroidered seats and oem steering wheel and console-(Vette stuff)

No motor mods, all stock.  But I have done reliability mods such as a larger Air/water inter-cooler heat exchanger and TIAL blow-off valve along with a full silicone vacuum tube set.

Recently added a performance OEM 700R4 transmission.











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Re: Parts - Need guidance on pricing
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Offline crazy larry

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they are having a classic car auction in branson in april I think
20-21. if that help there is a better market in cal. than here.
yes? you can have my gun went I'm out of bullets

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they are having a classic car auction in branson in april I think
20-21. if that help there is a better market in cal. than here.

Thats not a bad idea, thanks for mentioning.  I think my boss works that event also. 8)

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Offline ford381stroker

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I have always wanted a cyclone.  I have liked them since they were made.  Also the Typhoons.   ;D
For parts, welding and fabrication needs, visit my website:  http://peakoffroad.com/

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Posted some pix of the CJ8 on first post.