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Old 20th January 2018, 11:34
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Default Sammio body bits and chassis for sale

I need to make some space around my workshop so have put together a few items to enable someone to create a Sammio special.
We have a 1966 Triumph Herald rolling chassis with a 1300cc twin carb engine complete with a very rare Triumph Tune alloy rocket cover and 4 speed over drive gearbox.

The chassis will need welding, a new rear outrigger, new one supplied and new side rails both sides.
The exhaust is stainless steel.

Sold with a used Sammio Spyder bonnet complete with large hole.

Also a Sammio Cordite body which has been re-worked ie; the back end has been cut off so will need fiberglassing back on and the scuttle panel has been cut about.

I think there enough there to create something Sammio .
I had the car running and driving a 2 years ago but untouched since.
I'm looking for £800 for the lot.!!!

I would like to sell them on here rather than E-bay.

Collection from Swindon Wiltshire ASAP as I need the space.
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Old 26th January 2018, 09:34
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Some assembly required.

The weird thing is that I now know it is possible to cut up and re-join a fibreglass body shell & bonnet.

In fact, when I look back at all the butchery in my own build, it is hard to believe how solid the car feels.

Good luck with the sale, Paul.
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