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About Cruzr

  • Birthday January 27

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  1. Just overpriced. The seller doesn't seem to know enough for a proper description of the car. Non refundable deposit would be enough for not bidding.
  2. Terry Sayther is there. He will check them out😆
  3. Sorry to hear about your troubles. Life does throw a curve our way once in a while. Hope you can recover soon and get back to the project.
  4. A pair of Recaros when they were reasonably priced...
  5. Cruzr


    This 1972 2002 has been in storage for several years. The owner owns a body shop and has "restored" the car to its present state. He has now asked a family member and o2 enthusiast to complete putting the car together. It will be for sale in the near future.
  6. Trying to decide what to do about the left frame rail. The lower section under the floor board was completely rusted. Some time ago, a fellow member of the board sold me that lower section in very good condition and I believe it is possible to weld the two sections I have, after taking all the measurements. RD still has brand new left frame rails, and buying one is another option. Has someone successfully grafted two sections of the frame rail together? Should I be concerned with the strength of the weld? TIA
  7. 57 hours? You must be young. It would have taken me a full two weeks.😂
  8. Happy travels! Weather is the one risk factor you have to watch. Be flexible with your travel and plan a route where the chances of snow/road salt is lowest. Weather back here in NJ is projected to be mostly in the 40's during the month. Where in NJ? I'm in East Windsor.
  9. The rust in that area is the result of the two drainage points on the bracket. The wax product probably clogged the drain, and the rust just got worst over the years. Looks like you are going to have to patch the inner fender and then weld the bracket. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  10. Early cars did not have that cut in the firewall lip. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  11. Congratulations! I used to own 2760243, and currently own 2760321. I do like the fact that I have an early build, although I did have to pay for mine ($500)[emoji16] Where are you located? Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  12. All early US bound tii's were sold as model year 1972. If by 71 you mean build dates, some people might find an early tii more valuable than a newer one. People look for the plastic intakes, the non-snorkle nose, the lack of a notch in the cowl and other things. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  13. That bent is minor. Use a vise grip to bang it into submission. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  14. Seen in Princeton, NJ,sometime in the early 2000's. It belong to a Princeton University student. Sorry for the crappy picture. Hope this car is still on the road.

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