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That's excactly what I would appreciate.
You'd ask to see it, so here's a pic.
This is in a better condition than the ones on wheels. :thumbsup:
Yesterday I attended to the monthly FHRA Cruise Pre-Party, from which I´ve got no pictures as almost the whole time was spent while speaking with...
A correction to my first post: the voltage limiter is built in to the low fuel relay.
The vacuum canister at the rear of the engine is for the...
At first you should check the voltage limiter, which is located into one thing, but I can´t get the specific one in my mind right now. Most of the...
Looks like the premier wheel cover (14´´, code...
Yep, that´s a 64. Notice the convex rear bumper ends and grille with the body colored horizontal bar.
Yesterday was nice to say the least. SpeedHooked in Porvoo held an open doors event from 4 pm onwards and from there I and passengers moved to the...
Do you leave the rear bumper guards on Iggy?
For the reason that the need for letter ``W`` in conversations with other natives is close to zero.
BTW, welcome Bent!
:popcorn: If you find it again some time, I´d love to see it.
That was standard on 72-73 Imps.
When this Imperial-only feature was available on a Chrysler?
I wonder if those seats are from a Plymouth or a Dodge of some sort. For sure they´re not from an Imp and Chrysler seats seem to be different. The...
The Safeguard Sentinel is completely functional!
I tested the headlight delay today, which does work as it is supposed to.
It´s unclear at the moment; they look superb, but are loud and the mounting tabs should be filed to make them sit better.
Maybe they´re back some...
Yesterday was rainy, so no beauty shots.
Any way, the fender skirts are finally back on.
I know, the right skirt is not visible and...
MRT5 = saddle Leather/vinyl seats with front buckets and a buddy seat.