Here is a list of most of the parts for sale from my dismantled 411. It is also posted on the BOC Forum website.
Torqueflite gearbox and torque converter – unknown condition, but the car had an MoT and was running well before it was left standing. Probably just needs a service.
Windscreen – usable, but has a little whitening of the lamination around some edges. There is also a stonechip on the passenger side but this is small enough that it shouldn’t be a problem for the MoT.
Front and rear seats – poor condition and will require total reupholstery.
Complete set of dashboard instruments – believed working, but most will require some cosmetic overhaul.
Steering wheel – standard 411 three-spoke wheel. Leather is generally good, but could do with a good feed. Rubber of the boss has hardened / faded slightly.
Dashboard rocker switches – lettering faded on some, but I’ve stripped and cleaned them all and they work fine. For some reason there are two hazard switches. (Window switches sold.)
Front bumper – not bad, and certainly usable. It’s mostly shiny and better than many bumpers I’ve seen in use and still fitted to cars, but has a couple of rusty patches and will eventually need rechroming. no significant dents or damage.
Brake servoes – one definitely needs overhauling, so assume both will.
Brake master cylinder – presume it requires an overhaul
Chrome trim for front and rear screens
Stainless steel sill trim – from body and wing bay doors
Stainless steel side trim – three sections per side on an s2.
Hub caps – usable, but not perfect.
Wheels – set of five standard steel wheels. Need blasting and painting.
Contact me for details, photos and to ask price or make an offer!