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  1. Hi all here are some nice E21 big bearing hubs for those of you looking to upgrade your brakes etc. You must have tii struts or contemporaneous E21 running gear to run these. Price of $175 is shipped to your door in the CONUS only. If you’d like to pick up at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix that can be arranged at a nice discount. Thanks for looking!
  2. Hella. They work well. I like them. These shots are with translucent white plastic stone guards attached.
  3. Hi I’m a little confused. Am I in at $121 if I pay now? Oh heck I’ll pay and if I’m short please tell me. Thanks! John
  4. Thanks all! These are sold pending receipt of funds. Will update when complete.
  5. Bump for same inflation free price of $950 plus shipping.
  6. Still sitting in bubble wrap in a box. Lmk if interested. Many thanks for looking.
  7. I used Raamat from raamaudio to deaden the panels then used ensolite over top of that. You can google it. Or search in this forum. Raamaudio says just pitch the plastic. I’ll have a good bit left of my material to post on “parts for sale” when done but might not be available until October. Good luck! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Added some deadener to driver’s door and reinstalled the card. That top chrome strip is proper fiddly!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I’ll take the handles for $15. Lmk. Thanks Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Still available. Thanks! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. Cromodora CD32s work great and look great. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. Offer him $1,000 with a 90% discount for prompt payment? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Bump if interested. Thanks for looking! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Hi I'll take the fog light to 15658. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I think she means Orc. As in the Hobbit. Or maybe the planet from which Mork hailed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. Hi. I drove it for two weeks. It was fine. I then had a new key assembly put in. I'm convinced you need to punch out the right cover plate to remove the lock pin. This will require removal of lower dash pads. I would skip it. Good luck!!
  17. What did you go with if anything? Sadly my Ireland stainless has been a cacophony (sorry that's a loaded term) a symphony of buzzing like 142 pebbles in a toll house coffee can every time I hit about 3200 rpms. It is pure sonic pepper spray for everyone in range. Otherwise it is awesome.
  18. I'm certain the hubs are. I'm not 100% sure on discs/calipers, but think so.
  19. Update. I think misinterpreted the 5th photo. My assembly housing appears to be a solid casting but if the console and under dash pad are removed perhaps there is a cover plate on the right side through which the lock plate can slide out.
  20. This is a great article. I surmise that it is not for 1974 or later because my "lock plate" does not appear to have any room to be removed as shown in the 5th photo above nor do I seem to have a pin as in the 6th photo. I have gotten as far as removing the spring on the right side looking into the assembly. The lock plate is still there. It moves slightly to the left (locking direction) but seems to be retarded by a weak spring that is invisible and inside the steering column assembly to the left. Meaning--it mostly stays unlocked but I question whether it can inadvertently "lock" while in motion. If you have any insight into whether I'm missing something or a tip as to next steps I'd be grateful! First two Photos show plate before spring removal. Last two show range of motion without locking spring -- only "return" spring. There is as you can see a little bit of free play from left to right. My ignition tumbler is a goner so the idea is to drive this thing to civilization but not with a risk of lockup!!! Thanks!!!
  21. Love mine it is great. Keeps the junk in your trunk from migrating around. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk


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