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  1. John, what shop did you use to fix your radio? I’m in the same boat and curious. Thanks for any guidance. Jeff
  2. Rick at North Bay Bavarian had my engine compartment spruced up to all it’s original glory. Next he is working on the engine rebuild and subsequent Jenvey EFI conversion. His shop does phenomenal work for anyone located in Northern California.
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    Jeff's 1969 BMW 2002

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  4. I had my upholsterer talk to them to make sure they got the right part number for my seat material. They seem to have gotten it right as it pertains to the early left/right pattern. This is GAHH on my 69'. Maybe try giving them a call if you are ordering the material yourself.r
  5. I believe most people who fit a NK steering wheel have to loosen from the box, the shaft, and pull the shaft towards the driver to buy your self enough shaft to grab onto. Ok, that just didn't sound elegant, but you all get the drift:) I have been told this method by a few people who have NK steering wheels mounted.
  6. That's a sweet first car. My first car, a 71' Datsun 510 was so bad when I brought it home, my father told me don't park that piece of ???? in front of the house. Ah good times, good times. You really are setting the bar high.
  7. You're probably right about Diff. My 3.91 LSD matches almost exactly what you have illustrated in error percentage. I would check if you got a 3.91.
  8. One last note there is a ground wire location right next to the tank. That one is notorious for being a bad ground from the sender.
  9. All the gauge is doing is converting that resistance to an indicator on the dial. But you able to test the senders with nothing connected to them. Once you confirm they actually change resistance then you can work forward to the gauge.
  10. With them out can you measure ohm resistance across the leads? If you rotate the sender the resistance should technically change if the float is in fact sliding.
  11. The sender has a float inside that slides up and down based on fuel level in the tank, in turn changing resistance across the leads. Sounds like your float might be stuck near the top. You can take the sender apart to come confirm that. Just be careful of the very small wires inside. Jeff
  12. What's the VIN if I may ask? Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  13. Yeah, as the earlier comments mentioned, Bristol can really look different in different light. It truly is an underrated color but car manufacturers are starting to find the beauty in grey again. Which I think is great to see it coming back for it's simplicity. Thanks for the comment. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  14. Love my Bristol 69’.


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