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    2017 Carlisle Parts Thread

    Let us start traditional Carlisle Parts Thread.
    I have just posted sales of newly built 2.0 engine in Ad Board. I can deliver it at Carlisle.
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    I'm doing something a little different this year, and have two spots in the vendor field for selling parts. I'm also going to camp there, which I have not done before, but will just sleep in my trailer. I'm pretty excited about doing the adventure. With that thought, I can bring rather large and bulky items with me so any special request, don't hesitate. A list of what I think I will have there, but not necessarily limited to...

    Slotted wheel set with center caps and lug nuts tires
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    I got a ton of other stuff, not sure exactly what all I will bring, but will be a variety of GT and Kadett parts, some Manta stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by opelspyder View Post
    I'm doing something a little different this year, and have two spots in the vendor field for selling parts. I'm also going to camp there, which I have not done before, but will just sleep in my trailer. I'm pretty excited about doing the adventure. With that thought, I can bring rather large and bulky items with me so any special request, don't hesitate. A list of what I think I will have there, but not necessarily limited to...

    Slotted wheel set with center caps and lug nuts tires
    GT seats
    Factory wheel sets
    Intakes
    Accessories
    Nos parts
    Lenses
    1967 Kadett Rallye complete car
    Opel literature
    I got a ton of other stuff, not sure exactly what all I will bring, but will be a variety of GT and Kadett parts, some Manta stuff
    Keith, too bad you didn't let me know sooner, Carlisle was going to give us 4 spaces in the IA row because we ordered a large tent.
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    Well Gary if I can get two of the spaces, I can cancel mine. But would need to confirm for sure, so I'm not out a spot, would be glad to pay for them, would just need the passes
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    Quote Originally Posted by opelspyder View Post
    Well Gary if I can get two of the spaces, I can cancel mine. But would need to confirm for sure, so I'm not out a spot, would be glad to pay for them, would just need the passes
    I'll give them a call in the morning.
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    Vendor spaces are confirmed. 4 spaces together in the first row, located close to the "R" display building. They are sending the passes to me today.
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    I am looking for the steel oil pan for the GT (not aluminum).
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    Quote Originally Posted by P.J. Romano View Post
    I am looking for the steel oil pan for the GT (not aluminum).
    Don't forget the suction tube is different too...you'll need that as well.
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    I could use a chrome-worthy GT brake push rod. Y'know, the roughly 20" long rod between the brake pedal and the MC.

    I, too, would like a steel rear sump oil pan. My present one must've been repaired with solder or brazing and it leaks microscopically a couple of drips a day.

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    I possibly have an oil pan with pickup tube, but definitely have steel oil pans. Will bring some and should have that brake rod.
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    If you have a really nice steering column shroud with no scratches or damage for a show car
    Goes between dash and steering wheel ..If you have a nice one?

    If you have a nice Air Filter Assembly ..Top and bottom tins W/ large washer ( goes inside) with no dents that would be cool too..NOS front engine timing cover too
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    I may have a few of these items, good luck on a NOS timing cover
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    Quote Originally Posted by opelspyder View Post
    I may have a few of these items, good luck on a NOS timing cover
    Yup, I have two new ones but they're not for sale....
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    Here is new timing chain cover, expensive though. It includes oil pump, water pump, chain guides, oil filter, front seal and gaskets.
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    Not to get off topic, but these 2.0-2.2 timing covers have an Allen head screw where the relief valve normally is, but I've noticed for the second time that there is not a spring or ball in this hole. Why is that? A passage shut off?
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    I would be interested in a pair of Ansen Sprint wheels in 5.5".
    I have a pair that I would like to make a set

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    Quote Originally Posted by opelspyder View Post
    Not to get off topic, but these 2.0-2.2 timing covers have an Allen head screw where the relief valve normally is, but I've noticed for the second time that there is not a spring or ball in this hole. Why is that? A passage shut off?
    When Opel moved relief valve to the oil pump, the relief valve on the block became obsolete. While we are blocking that relief valve the various ways, factory has blocked it as shown in the picture. Every 2.4 timing chain cover comes like that. It is also good to note that the cover on German Ebay is for 12 bolts cylinder head.
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    I have a Manta trunk lid, some steering columns and various parts from Ascona's mainly, that I can possibly bring if there is any interest. My time is limited as to what I can pull from cars. I'll be leaving the Wednesday before Carlisle as we'll be wandering up there taking the 'scenic' route. As always, I have a decent supply of GT parts as well.

    I will post pictures of the 13" alloy wheels I have available. Unlike Opelspyders, mine don't come with center caps.

    Odds and ends from '75 FI.

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    I have an Opel GT original Ski Rack if anyone is interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ooooner View Post
    I have an Opel GT original Ski Rack if anyone is interested.
    Is an all expense paid ski trip included with the purchase?

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