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1) This section is for advertising items that you have for sale. Not for the discussion of listed items. If you wish to debate the pro's & Con's of any item listed, please start a new topic in the appropriate section.

2) If you have items for sale on ebay, please post them in the appropriate section. This section is NOT for the advertisement of your ebay auctions.

3) If you have a number of items to sell, post them in a single ad marked "Multiple Parts" or similar. DO NOT post many individual advertisements as this forces everyone else's listings down the page.

4) It is expected that any items advertised on the forum are described fairly & honestly. It is the duty of the seller to ensure that this is the case.

5) Items listed for sale should WHEREVER POSSIBLE* be offered with a purchase price, not asking for bids from members. If you wish to auction your item to the highest bidder I would suggest you use ebay & pay the associated fees.

6) This section is offered as a free service to enthusiasts. Any deals made are between the buyer & seller only. The MK1 forum takes no part in any transaction & the appearance of any item in this section is not a recommendation. I strongly suggest that both buyers & sellers are happy to proceed with a deal before any money or goods change hands.

7) It expected that members contribute something to the forum before posting for sale advertisements. Any Adverts placed by members with a post count lower than 5 will be deleted.

8) The advertising of or soliciting for VIN tags, log books or any other vehicle identification documentation without it's associated vehicle is expressly forbidden.

9) If a moderator considers any postings in this section to violate either the spirit or word of these simple requests the MK1 Forum reserves the right to delete any posts without prior warning or explanation.

10) The posting of items for sale on the MK1 forum constitutes explicit acceptance of these simple rules.

It would be much appreciated if sellers could leave the sale price on adverts after the item has been sold. This acts as a good measure of current value for other sellers.

* In some cases it may not be possible for the seller to list items with a sale price. In this case, listings will be reviewed on a case by case basis by a moderator. The moderators decision will be final.

Mark S Forster
(MK1 Performance Conversions)
Rev 2.9 (15.01.19)



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 Post subject: Switch extenders NOS
PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2019 8:17 pm 
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For sale:

a set of new old stock switch extenders to fit on the switches next to the ignition switch on the dash panel. As used on the extra wiper switch in the works cars.

£12 for the set. Happy to post world wide


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 Post subject: Re: Switch extenders NOS
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 Post subject: Re: Switch extenders NOS
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Sold pending payment, thank you for the interest shown


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 Post subject: Re: Switch extenders NOS
PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:21 pm 
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Very nice set, I have a NOS one,

Be careful the rubber is dry and may crack

A French mini dealer remake them as well

https://www.datch.fr/fr/mini-mg-triumph ... 70322.html


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 Post subject: Re: Switch extenders NOS
PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2019 5:16 pm 
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Charlynsane wrote:
Be careful the rubber is dry and may crack
You can soak hardened rubber in a 50% mixture of isopropyl alcohol and wintergreen oil (available from horse tack / veterinary suppliers). The methyl salicylate in the oil is carried into natural rubber by the alcohol, and restores the plasticizing elastomers. It also smells like peppermint. Soak it for a few days then rinse afterwards with water.


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