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The Seller bought it from a guy that used to be on the faq board.

 

Where did the snorkel go?

 

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11 minutes ago, fastricky said:

Some eclectic touches... no side view mirrors?

 

No windshield washer system either. Doesn't it rain in Canada?

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Not sure why you would restore it , but for vanity reasons put the battery in the back. Where is the washer reservoir??

Too much work to screw it up with those things .


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5 minutes ago, PaulTWinterton said:

Looks like nice work throughout.  I am curious about windshield washer system though.  

....that aside, how can anyone drive without side mirrors .....looks weird without them too!

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After reviewing the pictures on BAT, can only give thumbs up on the details of the restoration.

 

I think the seller did a fantastic job with that Tii. Hope it sells well and finds a new 02 owner who joins the FAQ.

 

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16 hours ago, joysterm said:

that aside, how can anyone drive without side mirrors .....looks weird without them too!

 

My first thought was that the new owner can pick the style of mirror.  I believe 73 was the crossover year from trapezoid to flag mirror. Often the trap was replaced with 2 flag mirrors.  I'm one of those who chose to upgrade.  I much prefer the symmetrical look.

 

There are some little details missed on the tii that would not be a deal breaker for me.  Little things that I've addressed on my car over the years.  If I owned that car I'd enjoy tinkering with it in the winter months while it's hybernating.  What fun is it if you can't play with it?  You can only drive so much.

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5 hours ago, PaulTWinterton said:

 

 I believe 73 was the crossover year from trapezoid to flag mirror.

I may be wrong-as I'm often enough to upset people, but I do believe the very early 74 cars had the trap mirrors until they switched for good. 

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On 7/2/2019 at 8:03 AM, 02Les said:

The Seller bought it from a guy that used to be on the faq board.

 

Where did the snorkel go?

 

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A lot of hard work .  .  .

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Ahem.  Test drive with door not fully closed?  And .  .  . 

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Nice car, but the fitment of those SS Bumpers lets it down.

I believe several people have had problems fitting these bumpers.

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