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.
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- Wed 15 Mar 2017, 09:05
- Forum: Restoration
- Topic: 1965/66 Opel Rekord L Rally GMSA
- Replies: 1083
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Johann, if you are interested, you can come visit me in Centurion and I'll cover your trim for you in vinyl for a matching / factory appearance.
- Wed 15 Mar 2017, 09:01
- Forum: Parts for sale
- Topic: 20" Chevy C10 rims to swop.
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I have these wheels on the '72 C10 Chevy that I am busy with. http://i302.photobucket.com/albums/nn104/jmvv/72%20Chevy/8_zpsqpp0xlw2.jpg The tyres are 275x40x20. The tyres are almost new. I would like to swop the set with the fitted spacers for one 5x120 16x5j standard Chevy C10 steel wheel with 5 n...
This one is for the MoPar fundi's. I am currently dealing with a 68 Dodge Monaco with 383 engine. I had the suspension completely rebuilt - new springs in the rear and complete overhaul of the front suspension. My challenge now is the following; there is a rather annoying oil leak between the engine...
To determine if the electric window installation is OEM, have look at the door panels. If the panel material is the original covering and there is no provision for a window winder, then the chances are that it is original. If, however, there is a plastic plug of about 4 cm, covering the stub where t...
I am busy sorting out a 68 Chevy C10 for a customer. The idea is to get the car back to original. The trim tag lists the paint code as 33 and the trim code as BLK.IMP The only reference I find on Paintref.com that contains the number 33, is WA3313 for a 68 Chevrolet, which is called Butternut yellow...
I am busy sorting out a 68 C10 Chevy. The carburettor is leaking fuel from every gasket and union. When I removed the standard Rochester Monojet carburettor, I found that it had been badly butchered in the past. Apart from very bad wear on the links and link plates (rods almost worn through and the ...
- Sun 18 Sep 2016, 18:10
- Forum: Heads Up/What I discovered
- Topic: Help Identify
- Replies: 5
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Defintely looks like a home built. Seems like a fibreglass body (no doors) with metal bonnet (see the louvres) Dashboard fitting is a bit "rof" for a production car. The fenders are just a home made nod to the "no fenders" law. I can see some Morgan ques in the body styling. Dunlop SP73 tyres make i...