Lynx

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Lynx

Postby Dietmar » October 31st, 2017, 11:03 am

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Posted for a customer who changed his mind on a restoration

Having had no inquiries on the total package, I have convinced the owner to part out the vehicle.


Lynx frame freshly painted w/front roll hoop, gauges, $800 SOLD
body - mid section and nose freshly painted (no tail). 600 . SOLD
1000 for frame and body. Crating extra.[b SOLD

Chrome beam (BARE) . 50 Can replace bushings. add 40
Trans ( 1.26 third) SOLD
shift linkage, tie rods, steering box, 50 sold
2 -trailing arms 35 ea or 50 for the pair SOLD
2-modified spindles w/3.75" arms w/carrier and new bushings 100 ea
rebuilt add 50 ea
rebuilt with offset bushings 200 ea


quick release steering wheel system w/wheel 75

mono shock( Carrera) rear suspension to fit the original frame on a Lynx (shock, spring, bell cranks, droop limiter) 100
2-axles 50 ea



new 3/4" "z" bar by Fred Clark. 4130cm, heat treated with all links, brackets, bushings and new rod ends $350 SOLD


Pictures available upon request
Shipping extra.

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Re: Lynx

Postby satterley_sr » November 13th, 2017, 6:53 pm

Dietmar,

Can you measure the height of the rear frame and cross bar? ours has been cut off and I need to weld in a new one.

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Re: Lynx

Postby Dietmar » November 13th, 2017, 7:10 pm

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