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Old 09-10-2009, 01:05 AM
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Need (legal) Chop Shop in Los Angeles

Hi All,

This may be a longshot but here I go... I am in the process of saying goodbye to my first car a 1973 Chevy Nova . I can no longer afford to take the car where I want it to be but I do want to keep the parts I have put into her. I am looking for a shop or "other establishment" that can remove the parts listed below for a nominal price . I don't care about the parts being remove carefully, but I do want them removed in a way that I can use them again (i.e. a sawzall through the control arms to remove the brakes would be fine). If the place could also dispose of the car that would be great too. Let me know.

Parts to Keep
-Engine (SBC 350)
-Torque Converter
-Disc Brakes (including master cylinder)
-Posi Rear-end (Gears + Carrier)
-Springs (Coil +Leaf)

Thanks in advance

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I'm sure there would be a local mechanic,or shop, that would take the parts off for you in exchange for the car,maybe give you some money for it, no need to cut it up they don't make them any more,why not give someone else fix it up?

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