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  1. Wow, your right! Im surprised I hadn't noticed that before!
  2. Daniel, your car looks so tough! I just looked at my post again and realized I put the wheel size as 15x7 ET19 and it's actually 15x7 ET25... Did this string help Chantelle Whittaker?
  3. I'm not sure if that was his inspiration, but the previous owner had the vinyl top installed when he had some paint work done in 1971. it was trendy back then, and I've come to like it as well!
  4. Mojojoy's wheels are the same dimensions as the TISA wheels! I'm running Rota RBs, 15x7 ET19 on my 1800 with no issues. Here's some pics so you can see how they fit!
  5. Great to hear it. And glad uour seal was good enough to use. I had to cut mine out. A new early style seal would have been my first choice...
  6. Hey Daniel. You probably already have this done, but if you don't, its best to put the whole thing together on the bench. Tape everything into place every 10 inches or so. When putting the cord into the slot on the backside, create a about a 6" crossed loop in the center of the top and the two ends crossed about 6" at the bottom. Then set the windshield assembly in place, and start pulling the seal in at the center, both top and bottom. (This keeps the the windshield from riding up out of the opening.) Then work each side into place, saving the upper corners for last. Hope this helps! Doug-
  7. Hi Guys, I'm looking for either: A. A later style rear seal or B. Both early style front and rear seals. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Doug-
  8. This fits all Neue Klass sedans: 1500, 1600 1800,1800ti, 1800tisa, 2000, 2000ti, 2000tii, 2000tilux. ...although only the 2 liter cars had 12 Volt.
  9. Hi Harry, Thanks, but the 2002 motor is not the same as the NK motor.
  10. The clutch assembly on the Tisa is like that of the early 2 liter cars, not like the 1800 or 1800ti.
  11. Hi Guys, I remember someone out here posting about the lower part of the arm rest being made new from urethane. Does any one have any info on those? I'd really love to buy some, but I can't seem to find the information out here. Thanks! Doug-
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