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All you AR/BL crazies, it's your lucky day. I found a load of bits left over from my Montego days when I wombled every bit of tat I could find. Will post to anywhere in the UK using her majesters finest regal fail delivery service*.  All prices are in earth pounds - not inclusive of P+P.  Bulk purchase discount available and recommended. 


Happy wombling. 


First off, Montego badging. £1. 




3 window winder handles, resplendent in brown. £3 the lot. 




4 bits of door/wing trim - not matching. £1 the lot. 




5 door lock poppy uppy things (I think). £1.50 für alles. 




2 bits of stainless windscreen/window trim - partially blacked up. £1. 




A selection of brown circles and caps (no idea, seat belt bolt covers maybe?). 50p for all of it. 




Trim clips (external I think). 50 pennies for the lot. 




Radio/accessory/poverty covers for your cheap dash. Ein Schwarz, ein Braun. £1 each. 




Fuse removal tweezers. To complete your concours resto. Free, i cant charge money for this. 




Wing mirror mounting bracket thing (maestro and monty). £1. 




If you can tell me what these are, you can have them! 




2 more door lock poppy uppy whatsits, in round flavour. 50p. 




Red and Maroon (possibly just really dirty red) trim strips -adhesive is knackered. £3. 






Thats it for now, potentially more tat to follow. 






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If my maths is correct, I tot the whole lot up to £14 - and you're offering a discount for bulk purchases! It's taking the time to make a thread to sell off a stack of potentially very usable details bits for next to nowt that demonstrate the best bits about this place.


I don't own a Montego or live in the UK. However, have a free bump up the listings from me! 

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Ta Jon!


Many a time I've driven myself insane trying to find "that" bit of trim that's broken (or that I broke) and have then been infuriated by the prices people try on eBay IF I'm lucky to find one. So if I can save a fellow shitist that misery, I will!

But, if no one wants it - it will get binned!

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The not-round bits in the picture of round things are the screw covers for the window winders, if you were wondering... I think at least one was missing from the Maestro BASE and they're pretty impossible to find in brown! 

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