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I followed a similar procedure! Only difference is that I used Opel to Opel instruments! Advantage is that the speedo calibration required no adjustment! No metal cutting or drilling was required! I used the existing four holes to fit two wooden bars that holds the new face! I used marine plywood to...
- Wed 12 Apr 2017, 22:30
- Forum: AfricanMusclecars.com related
- Topic: Last postings - Johann65
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Plesier Oom Johann. Dit het my altyd uitgehelp to ek nog op windows was. Dieselfde mense het ook 'n driver updater, 'n Uninstall wat oorblyfsels van 'n uninstall ook verwyder en 'n malware fighter wat baie goed werk. :D :D :D Baie dankie! Ek het juis nou gesit en die twee programme gebruik en 'n bi...
Very Nice!jmvv wrote:This is my attempt at fitting a Mk1 Golf dash into a Beetle.
Granted it was many years ago when mountains were still small and rocks soft...
please excuse the quality of the picture.
- Wed 12 Apr 2017, 21:07
- Forum: Restoration
- Topic: 1965/66 Opel Rekord L Rally GMSA
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Note the identical Rear lights as used on the Rekord "B" This experimental Opel GT is the one I was privileged to see at GMSA! The later Opel GT model had same shape but different design!
Undoubtedly they must have been available in forklifts, generators too for that matter, but I've never seen one. Still maintain a marine version is more likely. I know of a number of forklifts which were previously available in SA, fitted with Continental or Chrysler Industrial flathead engines, th...