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If your ride is your pride and joy, perhaps it’s time to show it off at a local car show. Car shows are a great way to have your hard work and dedication to making your car perfect recognized, as well as to spend the day getting to know others who share your passion. Plus, car shows are excellent for picking up tips and ideas for your next improvement to your vehicle. No two car shows are created equal, though, and winning one is no easy feat. There are certain standards that are expected to be
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I need to see a complete dashboard configuration of instruments and switches. My car came with an array of switches, none of which were attached. I have a good idea of placement of large instruments. Which switches are pull-types and toggles? Thanks. Bill
Anyone know what paint type was used on 1964 big healeys, Nitro Cèllulose, Acrylic Lacquer or Enamel. About to do a minor rust repair on a unrestored BJ8, any help appreciated.
I cannot figure out how to remove my old rheostat on my tr-250.....how do I get the black handle removed from the shaft...I don't have any button to depress. I'm talking about the switch that controls the dash lights....which I have no dash lights working....thanks for any help...
My first post after becoming the proud owner or should I say custodian of a 65 BJ8. I have done a few
basic mods to improve the drivability on our congested roads, new shocks, 4 pot caliper upgrade,
pointless fuel pump, aluminium sump, etc. Whilst the sump was removed the big end bearings were checked
for clearance and the cam inspected as much as you can without removal, the engine did have an annoying tap at idle pulled the followers and found one to be badly pitted