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  1. It mounts similarly to the early 2002. Both lug wrench and jack are secured with the same wing nut. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. The jack is mounted to the stud just to the rear and center of the trunk area. You seem to be missing the wing nut to that..also make sure the jack is all the way retracted when it gets fitted. Hope this helps. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I might have a front yellow lens. I’ll check this afternoon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. the only downside may be the pulley groove may not line up with a 2002 water pump and crank pully groove. Unless, of course you change those parts also. It's been awhile, so I could be completely incorrect. Something to double check anyway. fwiw, cheers, Matt
  5. I would upgrade to IE sway bars front and rear. It will be the most and quite possibly the best upgrade you could do to correct body roll, without sacrificing the comfort from your stack suspension. Obviously there will be some stiffening over uneven roads going straight. fwiw Matt Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I might have a pair... will look and PM you with pics. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Welcome to the joy of owning a true drivers car. I hope you will enjoy the process. Cheers, Matt
  8. Most likely a master cylinder failure. The master is probably bypassing internally, since no leaks detected. It could also be leaking into the brake booster.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I have personally used 9.5:1 piano top E12 pistons with an E21 head, however, I did need to grind away a bit of the head's combustion chamber, in order to clearance the pistons. I used clay and Dykem to measure and mark the areas needed to have clearance. Cheers, Matt
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    I sold it a few months after the accident, to a gentleman who told me he would fix it. He told me he had a rear clip he could install and make it good as new.. That was years ago.
  11. The block needs to be grounded with a solid connection to the chassis. Use the same gauge wire as the battery connection to the chassis. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I have built many engines with 10:1 and 284 cam w/o issues. Just use super unleaded.
  13. What size were the bearings that came off the journals?
  14. Los Angeles sucks..... people here will steal your air if they could,,,,oh wait they are...through smog checks, limited available products in CA. I think the homeless rate is exceeding the birth rate x10 Cheers,
  15. Schnellvintage


    I bought this car from the original owner. I was so happy to have found this gem, then it got rear ended by drunk driver, after I had fixed it up to be road worthy.
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