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Need air box, top and as many of the hoses/tubes you have for 1987 Shelby GLHS. Believe i can use from any Turbo II . Thank you
 

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I have a 1987 TII air box I am no longer using, if I can find them I had a bellows hose to it and a short straight piece to the TB. I should also have the air box to turbo inlet hose.
 

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Great - I will take what parts you can get together, just let me know. Do we put prices on this message board or private email ... ?
 

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Let me locate everything (might take a bit as some of it has been moved up on my storage floor) and I will get you some pictures.
 

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Ok, I have the air filter, hose from air filter to turbo and air filter to throttle body. I can't find the bellows hose I had from intercooler to air filter. I also want to ask if you need the air filter bracket that goes on the end of the head? I have that also. I updated my project to use the 1990 up air filter system.
 

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GLHS air filter bracket is different, nothing else will fit in the cramped GLHS/L-body engine bay. You can get reproduction GLHS air cleaner bracket at OmniPotent Parts.

The air cleaner to turbo inlet hose will have to be trimmed at least 1" on the air cleaner end
The Intercooler to air cleaner housing CAC hose for GLHS is also unique, others will fit...it's a tight fit, too many humps/too long
The intercooler to turbo outlet hose for GLHS is also unique, Omni Potent parts again, they have good reproductions. Other TII hoses will fit if trimmed but they will rub the transmission and eventually wears a hole in it, this is a very common problem even with the correct hose.
GLHS airbox to throttle body hose is also shorter, easily trimmed to fit.
L-body/GLHS power module to airbox inlet is also unique/shorter than other cars. Others will fit, tight fit, too long.
 

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thanks for info,just a quick question are you sure Omnipotent parts is up and running ? site is kinda dated
 

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was the bracket off a Shelby? if not lets skip that but i am ready for the rest
No, all of it was from a 1987/88 Daytona with the TII engine. I had it in my 1985 Lebaron convertible but updated to the 1990 up air filter setup on my 1986 convertible.
 

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and what prices are we looking at? Money order or are you set up for credit? and are you OK with shipping to Fla?
 

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Let me get you the pictures first. Shipping to Fla is no problem, usually USPS flat rate box. I can do PayPal or Goggle Wallet for payment. As for price, I will let you look at the pictures first.
 

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Ok, here are your pictures. Short straight hose is just a piece of NAPA 2 1/4" radiator hose. I can't find the piece of flex hose, but it would be too long for an L body anyway. The lower rear corner of the outer part has a broken retainer where the clamp goes. I probably dropped it one time and lost it. Case seals together without it. There is supposed to be a small foam or what looks like woven fiber in the corner where the PCV system connects.
 

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Sounds reasonable, I'll never use them again, better they go to someone who needs them. Let me see what size box before I completely commit to the deal.
 
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