zinz

Gorgeous 2000CS on BAT

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I can! :D

 

And I haven't looked yet! :D

 

Edit: You mean 132 :P

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I see two things in 138. And 1 on 132

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In 132? 

I guess to be consistent with 138, I should say 2 in 132

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Do you mean the hose clamp that is just there doing nothing? and the fact that they seem to be non-OEM?

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The car is very good, and it is difficult to find many faults, but no car is perfect.  Overall, the odd items are hardly problematic, though finding the ash tray and airbox snorkel present a small challenge.  

 

It's seems to be a stout car, drives well, and I'm sure will make the new owner very happy.

 

Can anyone tell me... the tape running up the underside of the hood; that's holding the wires from the switch to the the light at the top.  Is that tape a factory placement?  My car was missing all of it, but I seems to remember remnants of what appeared to be tar-tape of some sort.  I've been wondering how best to secure that wire to the hood.  Also, were the hood latches black, and not painted to match the body color?

 

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Ed

 

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I think the original tape was narrower. Why do you suppose #6 fuse is missing?

I recall painting mine black, so I suspect they were black to begin.

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Note the chrome carriage bolts covering the holes where the Talbot 333 wing mirror would have been mounted and the alternative swan neck mounted on the door. 

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