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You are giving mentally challenged people a bad name when using that term to refer to somebody that you don’t care for.
So is that a hard no?:lol:
I have a few pot metal imperial hood ornaments and I’d be happy to send you one if you want to play around.
Very nice! A lot of car for the money right there.
So how about some more details on how you got from start to finish on the rear seat back.
I love parts!
I just filled up the Imp tonight with premium for $3.09.
But as Marko pointed out that’s the proper position for the seat control switches for a ‘66.
It’s a fire lane, I’m guessing it means no parking where he was taking the pics from.
Very nice car.:thumbsup:
Maybe the original switch quit working and they just plugged a working unit in under the seat.
Was rear ac available in the coupe?
No, it’s pot metal.
Beautiful car at a fair price.
Location: Troy, New York, 12180
Good question Steve.
They were used 1964 to 1968. On the engine side of the core support or either inner fender up to ‘68 and glove box in ‘68.
My Imp. Iirc they made it into the glove box in ‘68?
You take good care of your cars and they will take good care of you for the most part I think rings true across the board. Is there new junk out...
I always put the car in neutral after I’ve started it and it’s warming up a bit.
I made the call and got TCM and everything that comes with it for no extra charge for at least a couple of months. That’ll give me time to get rid...
How much fun is that!
I Love it!:thumbsup: