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I still have various bits left from the parting out of my 1986 951. Many of the things in the above photo are sold but I still have various heat shields (please inquire), Rebuilt Starter $20.00 and Brake Master Cylinder $20.00. I will add other bits individually.
Radiator from a 1978 ROMLIN Lightning Indy Car. This may fit other Indy Cars of the era as well. Dimensions are 3" wide, 27" long and 11" high.
$95.00 + shipping
Raybestos brake pads, new never bedded in. CP2270, 6 pieces.
This nose is a spare from ROMLIN 7 from when Dean Vetrock campaigned the car. It has never been mounted and may fit other cars from the era.
$75.00 + shipping
I have (2) right and (3) left brake rotors that appear to be NOS but need to be bead blasted and cleaned up.
The rotors measure 11 7/8" diameter and are .785" thick.
There are 12 brake hat slots on a 7" "PCD".
(3) right and (3) left steel wheel nuts plus (1) right aluminum wheel nut.
All spares from '78 Lightning restoration using Halibrand wheels.
Wheel nuts have been glass beaded since photo was taken!
I believe this misc bits were made to fit a Weisman gearbox mated to a Cosworth engine which was originally used in the ROMLIN 7 Lightning Indy car.
'78 Lightning LF upper control arm/rocker. Has a teeny/tiny little repairable flaw in the weld...see red circle.
May possibly be used on like cars of the era.
$45.00 + shipping
That's a stack of lower perches BTW!
Transfer tube with 90 degree AN fittings welded on and oil tank fill tube.
Notice the taper on the oil fill tube.
I believe this was a March part.
Tape on "Engine Safety Control" states:
4 cylinder, 8000 RPM
Part number appears to be "128880-F" although it's hard to read.