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Old 07-23-2019, 12:05 PM
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Couple easy ones.....

1) Where does one add windshield fluid?
2) What is the button for on the right of the heater dial used for?
3) Has anyone wrapped the exhaust under the rear fender with heat wrap typically used for a starter?
4) To add a 16 steering wheel, is it easy thing to do with the correct boss? Guessing its an easy change....
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Guys

Couple easy ones.....

1) Where does one add windshield fluid? In the washer bottle! IIRC on the inner fender but may have been removed from your car
2) What is the button for on the right of the heater dial used for? Picture?
3) Has anyone wrapped the exhaust under the rear fender with heat wrap typically used for a starter? It has been done
4) To add a 16 wheel, is it easy thing to do with the correct boss? Guessing its an easy change....
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Did I miss something here? Have you finally bought a Mk IV?
If so, congratulations Jeff!

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Old 07-24-2019, 07:59 AM
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I did!
AK1085..... Exciting changes to come...
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Ah...I did miss something!
Congratulations, and a great colour too.

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Congratulations Jeff!!! Beautiful car.
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Looks great Jeff. Looking forward to seeing it in person some day. Hope that you and the boys had a nice ride home from SAAC.

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Hi Jeff,
Your new car is beautiful. Is it black or British Racing Green?

I hope you enjoy it.

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Its British Racing Green with tan interior. 5.0, carb and 8200 miles
Car #85 and still working through the bugs as its sat a bit over 34 years.
Thinking I may add Sunburst to the car, might enhance the street cred..
I cannot say enough about the build quality, its a very "solid" car and even with the 80's adds its a cool car. A gentleman's car in fact..


Solid ride
Stops well
Comfortable
Sips fuel...… So far no buyers remorse...
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Its British Racing Green with tan interior. 5.0, carb and 8200 miles
Car #85 and still working through the bugs as its sat a bit over 34 years.
Thinking I may add Sunburst to the car, might enhance the street cred..
I cannot say enough about the build quality, its a very "solid" car and even with the 80's adds its a cool car. A gentleman's car in fact..


Solid ride
Stops well
Comfortable
Sips fuel... So far no buyers remorse...
Sunbursts would really fit the "street roadster" look of the MK IV. You could have brought them home from SAAC......
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Old 07-25-2019, 10:47 AM
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Already have a set! Did get them from Gary last year....
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