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    Lancia Montecarlo front & rear bumper, and nose panel parts tooling, for sale

    Years ago I became the North American arm of a Montecarlo specialist. One of the items we ended up producing ourselves was the Montecarlo front bumper, rear bumper, front nose panel, and the right front corner section. I still have an original left front corner...
    The nose panel is easy to modify to Scorpion specifications, and the front corners are the same on both cars.
    I had tooling made by a racing boat manufacturer here where I live, and he pulled lots of bumpers and center sections off the tooling. He built the tooling for high production of quality products, and the tooling is still in excellent condition.
    As I am trying to reduce warehouse space, these tools are only in the way. I have decided to offer them up for sale. I will sell the tooling for less than what I paid for it, and for less than what we last sold a full set of product off of it.
    I want US $2,500.00, but would consider your close offer.
    You would get:
    1 front bumper tooling, the part number I assigned to it is 920
    1 rear bumper tooling, #921
    1 center tooling, original part #82339696
    i right corner section tooling, #82329695
    1 new left corner section, #82340075
    Plus all of the related instructions and jigs for brackets that I have.
    AND, if anyone asks me for these products after we have concluded the deal, you will be the person I tell them to contact.

    You could buy the tooling, run what you want, and then sell it and still be in the black!

    As the tooling is big, if you don't pick it up in Santa Cruz California, it's going to cost you a fair amount to ship. If you don't have a shipper you regularly use, I have a company I regularly use that won't require any special crating for 48 state delivery addresses. Otherwise, if your carrier requires them to be crated, or put on a (large) pallet, I may ask you to pay my cost on that.

    Lets talk, I need the space.
    Best to contact me directly, all of my information is on my web store, fiatplus.com

    Chris Obert

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    Re: Lancia Montecarlo front & rear bumper, and nose panel parts tooling, for sale

    Chris -- Thank you for making this offer to the community. It's a great opportunity, and shows that you really care about these cars. I hope someone takes you up on it. There will always be a need for Monte bumpers and noseband pieces, because even if every last Scorpion were converted, mishaps happen and things break.

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    Re: Lancia Montecarlo front & rear bumper, and nose panel parts tooling, for sale

    Chris,

    How big is the tooling altogether? Would it all fit in the back of a pick up without damaging anything? What if a canopy was on? All fits on a pallet or need a large trailer?
    Timing not the best, so still pondering ideas for now but...
    Also there were couple different options, is this the stock Monte piece, or 037 type, or something else? Perhaps an example pic?

    Dave Decker

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    Re: Lancia Montecarlo front & rear bumper, and nose panel parts tooling, for sale

    Quote Originally Posted by LanciaDave View Post
    Chris,

    How big is the tooling altogether? Would it all fit in the back of a pick up without damaging anything? What if a canopy was on? All fits on a pallet or need a large trailer?
    Timing not the best, so still pondering ideas for now but...
    Also there were couple different options, is this the stock Monte piece, or 037 type, or something else? Perhaps an example pic?

    Dave Decker
    Dave,
    You should have no problem loading the tooling into the back of a pick up. I have never tried loading them into a truck with a canopy. My truck, when I had one, was open. A pallet would be fairly large, or a trailer required would be small.
    Timing, buying tooling can never be when you need it, but for me I need the space and am tired of paying rent and inventory tax on them.
    The tooling was made off of stock Montecarlo pieces. I don't know enough about the 037 bits, but since it seems a lot were built for a specific race or event, I am sure liberties were taken. I can say that a Scorpion owner was able to use the rear bumper, with slight modifications to clear his USA bumper.

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    Chris Obert
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    Santa Cruz, CA, 95060, USA

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