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Old 10-17-2009, 01:49 AM   #1
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...A guy in town is selling these parts from a 1998 Cobra that was smashed in the rear. Are any of these parts interchangeable with my 3.8 convertible, same year?

Complete front suspension (just bolt in with rotors and calipers)
Passenger fender
Convertible Top boot
Door hinges and latches (passenger)
Hood hinges
Rear quarter glass and power window motors
Rear quarter inner panels (tan)
Console and shift boot
Power trunk mechanism
Trunk Lock with key
Headlight Switch
AC compressor and parts
Ground Effects for both sides
Spare and Jack
Complete Stainless Exhaust system
Dashboard
ABS Antilock module
Power Steering Pump
Power steering reservoir
Fan
Transmission crossmember
Fuel pump
Parking Brake
Gas Pedal Assembly
Brake lines
Smog unit
Lighted Visors
Rear view mirror
Glove box
Steering Column
A pillar molding (passenger
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:30 AM   #2
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I dont see it listed, but I imagine the engine is in prety good shape. If you can get your hands on that, it would be a huge plus. I believe they are, with some modifications, interchangeable (your basic V6 to V8 conversion).
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Old 10-17-2009, 07:16 PM   #3
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Grab the front brakes (Disc, calipers, and lines).

Other than that, unless you need some body or interior parts... theren't not much there to upgrade your car with.

I would guess the motor is pretty ragged on based on what's posted. Nothing from the front of the car is listed... which would hint that he hit something. Chances are an 'at fault' accident in a Cobra meant he was raggin' on the car and messed up.
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Old 10-17-2009, 07:25 PM   #4
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Grab the front brakes (Disc, calipers, and lines).

Other than that, unless you need some body or interior parts... theren't not much there to upgrade your car with.

I would guess the motor is pretty ragged on based on what's posted. Nothing from the front of the car is listed... which would hint that he hit something. Chances are an 'at fault' accident in a Cobra meant he was raggin' on the car and messed up.
ACK!!! Buying brake parts off a junker?? I dont know about you guys, but when I'm going 95 down an interstate, I dont want some junker brakes to be the only thing saving me from ramming into the back of a semi. Anything else off junkers are usuialy fine, but brakes?

LilRoush is right though, it is prety strange that he didnt list much from the engine compartment.
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Old 10-17-2009, 08:27 PM   #5
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I got my brakes used. As long as they're in good working order there's nothing wrong with it. Better than swapping in a whole motor. And if someone is doing 95 on a highway, I hope the brakes fail on them. Take those idiots out of the gene pool.
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