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Being a city type, and having suffered a nasty break-in, my 02’s now equipped with an Alpine remote alarm system. It’s features include door/hood/trunk sensors, dual-stage impact sensors, and dual-sector (interior/exterior) radar motion detection, with starter disable. 

I also run a removable steering wheel and a detachable headunit faceplate…

 

Worth it to me given the car’s an attention magnet and I like driving it downtown and street parking…

Where we goin’? … I’ll drive…
There are some who call me... Tom too         v i s i o n a u t i k s.com   

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Actually I notice the kids at the car wash can't even open the doors....the concept of having to manipulate a button with the thumb is completely foreign...they just pull on the big chrome handle.

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'59 Morris Minor, '67 Triumph TR4A, '68 Silver Shadow, '72 2002tii, '73 Jaguar E-Type,

'73 2002tii w/Alpina mods , '74 2002turbo, '85 Alfa Spider, '03 Lotus Elise

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I never leave my Baur parked up... 

99% of the time when i drive it, it emerges from a locked garage, where it has a wheel clamp and steering lock.
And goes back into same garage after the drive. If i ever do park it in the street... i'm a bag-of-nerves wanting to get back to it asap! 

I don't see my Baur when i park it, i see a car worth more than its value in NLA spare parts... sad, but true! 

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