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WTB - broken in-dash cupholder (yes, broken)

MikeS_18

Top Post Dawg
Joined
Feb 18, 2005
Location
Bow, NH
TDI
'03 Jetta Wagon, '13 Passat SE, '64 Ford Econoline
I installed the console cupholder and sold my operational in-dash cupholder for some cold cash.

Now, I find out that the blank plate which would go in that location is only available with the 2004+ radio cage which of course costs too much money. (i have a 2003)

So, does anyone have a broken and not currently being used in-dash cupholder so that I can simply cover up that hole in my dash? it needs to be able to slide in and it needs a "door".

I'll pay good money for the shipping - but no too much for the broken item itself. :)

Let me know if you have one of these kicking around.

Thanks!!
 

REDNECKDZL

Veteran Member
Joined
Sep 1, 2006
Location
Omemee
TDI
2001 Jetta, 2015 Jetta, 1984 Wabbit TD, 1986 RX7 waiting on AHU swap
I have a cupholder you can have cheap the steel clip on the one side i busted off but it still holders in and the cupcolder works. Good enough for a hole filler.

Whats it worth to you?
 

wjbski

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Location
Baltimore, MD
TDI
99.5 MKIV TDi ( long gone) 2012 TDi Golf
if you send me a prepaid box for shipping, I'll let you have my busted one.
 

ARBY

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Joined
Feb 10, 2004
Location
Royal Oak, MI
TDI
2011 Golf Sportwagen - really want a F-150.
The cover and the cupholder are two separate parts, each with their own PN. If you're unlucky, I can send you the PN. I haven't had a chance yet to see if I rig up the cover to plug the hole.

Let me know if you're successful.
 

MikeS_18

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Joined
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Location
Bow, NH
TDI
'03 Jetta Wagon, '13 Passat SE, '64 Ford Econoline
Fred,
Thanks, I am going to try for the whole assembly first to see if I can get out of this easy.

Redneck,
Peterborough what? NH?

wjbski,
I think a good sized bubble pack would hold it, no?
 
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REDNECKDZL

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MarchmenRedneck is Peterborough, Ontario.
Thanks Marchmen
 

wjbski

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Location
Baltimore, MD
TDI
99.5 MKIV TDi ( long gone) 2012 TDi Golf
MikeS_18 said:
Fred,

wjbski,
I think a good sized bubble pack would hold it, no?
I guess that might work. I know the Post Office has small boxes for shipping CD's and things like that. Maybe that would work?
 
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