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rockyford77 last won the day on December 23 2018

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  1. The styling similarities are unmistakable.
  2. The OEM material is aluminum and plastic. The reproduction is chrome plated steel and plastic.
  3. Scott, I have and the fit is not good. The finish is good. Regards, Roger
  4. I have see a corroded wires at the terminal in the battery ground cable cause this problem.
  5. Depends on the level of engine modifications. No, if you have a stock engine.
  6. Early USA models did not have headlight relays. If your car does not as well, all the current for your headlights is going thru the switch in your dash. The higher the wattage lamp, the more the current, potentially overheating the switch. LEDs draw a lot less power, but I added a headlight relays. https://www.amazon.com/2-Headlight-Headlamp-Ceramic-Socket-Harness/dp/B06XHSFLTZ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=Halogen+headlight+relay&qid=1604178883&sr=8-2
  7. There is a tv show, Vintage Voltage season 1 episode 9, where they show Electric Classic Cars doing the conversion of a 1602.
  8. Electric Classic Cars in the UK https://www.electricclassiccars.co.uk/ has done one. They sell a bell housing adapter for a motor, but it is not a Tesla
  9. “BMW” should be on the other side. Here is a picture of an original key from a 1969 car.
  10. If that is the case, that should be clearly stated. It is unlikely that there any 2002’s with that low of mileage, but it is possible. A ‘73 tii with that actual mileage would be very valuable.
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