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    Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    I am also parting out a 1990 Daytona 2.5 ES turbo. So if you have specific parts request just ask!

    If there is anything you want that isnt here that would probably be on a 90 daytona just ask!!

    Im willing to make package deals on multiple items!




    Good Alternator!
    Was running great and replaced only a few thousand miles ago. No squeaks. More info and pics available. $75

    G-head: Cleaned and surfaced but not pressure tested. Comes with valves, springs and retainers. $75 + s/h


    G-body ball joints NIB!
    Set of 2, Gp Sorenson brand $25

    Tachometer Remote mount w/pickup, like new condition, equus brand, 8krpm, $25, perfect for modified vehicles with no tach!

    Distributor From a 2.5 T1 common block. I believe its original chrysler.
    Includes cheap wires,cap, and rotor, which are all usable still. No hep.

    Passenger power/heated mirror from 90 daytona! Have the usual cosmetic damage from being outside 26 years but are otherwise functional! $40

    Two good front cloth seats, shipping is expensive though, probably $100 each just for shipping. One has small hole in headrest where stiching came apart but its very minor and easily fixed. Asking $50 each

    Full dashboard, center console, instrument cluster, switch cowl, etc..

    Instrument cluster from 90 daytona $100, everything works last I remember

    clockspring for airbag steering wheel!!! works great! $75

    armrest , only minor marks /dents on it, locking tab broken $40

    pulled Speedometer unit from 90 daytona odometer doesnt work but speedometer does $20

    drivers center console carpet good condition, missing one velcro, others have been-reglued $25

    passenger center console carpet broken cardboard, fixable $25

    rear center console carpet very good condition, missing one velcro $25

    gear shift knob typical suncracks but otherwise good condition $35 shipped

    AC louvers good condition $40

    center console lower cover has broken mounting ear $50

    small storage cup for center console $15

    rubber mat for center console $10

    e-brake cover for center console sun cracks on rubber but structurally sound $15

    ashtray $15

    shift boot good condition $45

    lower center console wiring harness $10

    Dome lights from 90 daytona gray interior good condition, no broken tabs, $30 shipped each (single lens one comes with harness, not pictured)

    stock exhaust manifold no cracks, has egt port $35 (I have TWO, one has no egt port, tell me which you want)
    starter, not original, good shape but has heat shield melted to solenoid $15
    stock 1 piece intake manifold $45
    chrysler passenger motor mount, good condition minor cracks $20
    AC tensioner pulley w/bracket and TIG welded adjusting nut $25
    rear seatbelts good condition $20 each
    sunroof interior gasket $25
    hood latch fascia flap $10
    hood latch pieces $10
    interior rear black trim pieces $10
    upper timing belt cover $25
    valve cover w/oil cap (was originally gray, I gave it a black paint job) $40
    security lug nut set (fits 15" wheels on 90 daytona) $15
    spare tire mounting assy $15
    home made aluminum oil drainback tube $15
    FWDP oil drainback tube $15
    large pulley $15
    wheel well trim $15
    misc rubber isolators $10 (radiator?)
    original ground strap (probably psngr engine mount) $10
    electric radiator fan (some blades have minor chips but otherwise works great) $50
    saginaw steering pump w/bracket and lines $60
    triangular bracket $20
    tranny lower bellhousing cover (EAR IS BROKEN OFF) $5
    46mm throttle body w/bracket $15
    original starter heat shield (fiberglass is orig, but metal is probably not)
    new 3-way PCV valve grommet $5
    home made turbo brace bracket (very strong, fits like stock I think) $20
    g-valve (typical TD home made quality, works) $15
    11" front rotor disc brake setup with bolt on calipers and bolt on bearings (knuckles, rotors, pads, calipers, wheel bearings) $175 + s/h
    rear disc brake setup $150 + s/h
    For both the above disc brake setups, I can do a pretty good job of getting shipping costs down!

    PM me to get a total with shipping

    Shipping to Canada is available, just ask!






















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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    updated!! and added more stuff!!!

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    added a ton of stuff!!!

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    added dome lights!!

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    added a TON of parts!!!

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Grrr... if you weren't 3 time zones away... still looking for an intact front chin spoiler...
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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Quote Originally Posted by jonnymopar View Post
    Grrr... if you weren't 3 time zones away... still looking for an intact front chin spoiler...
    is this what you're looking for? just the bottom part right not the whole bumper? shipping might not be that horrible, pm me your full address and I'll see how cheap I can get it



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    Ah, I actually thought it was silver since it's an ES. I forgot starting in 1990, you could get color-matched ground effects. I really appreciate you getting pictures though!
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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Ballpark shipped to 14609 for the AC components? Hoses, condensor, compressor (good or core?), switches and sensors on the AC lines, bracket for the filter/dryer?

    I'm toying with the idea of putting AC back in my car, but not sure if it's worth the outlay of cash.

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Quote Originally Posted by iangoround View Post
    Ballpark shipped to 14609 for the AC components? Hoses, condensor, compressor (good or core?), switches and sensors on the AC lines, bracket for the filter/dryer?

    I'm toying with the idea of putting AC back in my car, but not sure if it's worth the outlay of cash.
    the A/C in the car did work. The compressor was an aftermarket replacement about 35k miles ago. The clutch on it was replaced more recently. I'm not sure of the age of the rest but most likely original. Just to be sure, you do not want the evaporator in the interior right?

    Hmm..shipping is tricky because its both big, heavy, fragile, and you are as far away as possible. In this case a commercial address will probably save alot, can use a fedex/office that you can pick up from if you dont have a work/commercial address to use. I'll guess $65 for shipping because it will be multiple boxes. So the total lets say $250 shipped?

    If that sounds good let me know and I will get a more accurate shipping quote based on measurements and what not.

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    I just priced out all that stuff new, and for the cost difference I might as well do it that way.

    Thanks anyway.


    While I'm here. Do you happen to have any non-common blocks laying around? I need the front crankshaft seal retainer off a non common block engine. The one behind the timing gear. I broke mine and I'm racecarless until I get it replaced. should be PN 5214788 but might look like 5214786 stamped on the end.

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Quote Originally Posted by iangoround View Post
    I just priced out all that stuff new, and for the cost difference I might as well do it that way.

    Thanks anyway.


    While I'm here. Do you happen to have any non-common blocks laying around? I need the front crankshaft seal retainer off a non common block engine. The one behind the timing gear. I broke mine and I'm racecarless until I get it replaced. should be PN 5214788 but might look like 5214786 stamped on the end.
    nope sorry all i have is common block 2.5

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    bump!!! accepting offers!

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Hey I am looking for front knuckles. They need to be with bolt on caliper bracket and pressed in bearings.
    Let me know please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polopharm View Post
    Hey I am looking for front knuckles. They need to be with bolt on caliper bracket and pressed in bearings.
    Let me know please.
    How can I tell if they are pressed in bearings? I can take pictures of them from inside the engine compartment, because the engine is out. Will that be good enough?

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    The bolted in hub/bearing will have 4 15mm bolt heads on the backside of the knuckle arranged in a square pattern around the CV axle pass-through.
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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Quote Originally Posted by 135sohc View Post
    The bolted in hub/bearing will have 4 15mm bolt heads on the backside of the knuckle arranged in a square pattern around the CV axle pass-through.
    thanks for the info, looks like its the bolt in bearing and and the bolt in caliper I think


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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    bump!

    going to have to scrap this car soon so if anyone wants something now is the time!

    added more stuff!! see first post

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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Wait... I thought all of the knuckles with bolt-in hubs had the calipers with the replaceable brackets??? The one above has the caliper guides as part of it, but that definitely has a bolt-in hub! I swear, I read about these cars day and night and I still can't keep them straight.
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    Re: Parting out 90 Daytona LOTS OF STUFF

    Quote Originally Posted by jonnymopar View Post
    Wait... I thought all of the knuckles with bolt-in hubs had the calipers with the replaceable brackets??? The one above has the caliper guides as part of it, but that definitely has a bolt-in hub! I swear, I read about these cars day and night and I still can't keep them straight.
    I have no idea, if better pics are needed I can definitely do that though

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