Date registered: Oct 2006
Vehicle: '72 350SL, '85 300D, '98 E320, '19 Subaru Outback (sold '14 GLK250)
Location: Ont, Canada
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Unless it is your hobby, factoring in the time it takes to remove, clean up, prepare parts for re-sale and then dispose of what is left could make selling car in bits less attractive. Some, (like Fonzi?) enjoy this kind of thing.
That car looked kind of rough. Are those euro bumpers rust free? Can't really tell until they are removed. The djet parts could bring in some $$$. But they would need to be tested on a working engine and be sold in working condition to command higher prices.
But what do I know - Not into that sort of thing anyway. Fonzi is the expert
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1972 350SL 4.5L, E320, 300D, Outback 2.5 - near Kingston, Ontario