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Baby's got new shoes.  We replaced the Springs, Shocks and Sways with H&R, Konisports, and ST's.  Went 'old school' with FPS wheels and Pirelli CN 36's.  A few more mechanical items, buzzes and rattles to deal with over the summer.  In the fall, we will turn our attentions to the body and interior. 

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3 hours ago, David Layton said:

Baby's got new shoes.  We replaced the Springs, Shocks and Sways with H&R, Konisports, and ST's.  Went 'old school' with FPS wheels and Pirelli CN 36's.  A few more mechanical items, buzzes and rattles to deal with over the summer.  In the fall, we will turn our attentions to the body and interior. 

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I see you are prepping for Pittsburgh- correct?

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3 hours ago, David Layton said:

Baby's got new shoes.  We replaced the Springs, Shocks and Sways with H&R, Konisports, and ST's.  Went 'old school' with FPS wheels and Pirelli CN 36's.  A few more mechanical items, buzzes and rattles to deal with over the summer.  In the fall, we will turn our attentions to the body and interior. 

BMW new shoes.jpg

How about a few pics of the MB cabriolet in the right bay..

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I am not going to Pittsburgh, but I am planning next year's Midwest gathering.  The photo does not show how rough the paint is or that the interior needs a total redo.  All of this in the fall.

 

This photo was taken on Saturday at my parent's house.  My father was fortunate to pick up the 280SL 15 years ago, shortly before their values began to go up.

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5 hours ago, David Layton said:

I am not going to Pittsburgh, but I am planning next year's Midwest gathering.  The photo does not show how rough the paint is or that the interior needs a total redo.  All of this in the fall.

 

This photo was taken on Saturday at my parent's house.  My father was fortunate to pick up the 280SL 15 years ago, shortly before their values began to go up.

You don't need a show car to drive and enjoy. Pittsburgh is all about celebrating 50 years of the 2002. 

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