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Jim Blaschke

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  1. Can purchase them new from WORLDPAC for approximately $25 each. I recently replaced both of mine. Check them out. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Looking for a 6 pin hazard switch. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I’ll take the 6 pin hazard switch please. Thanks Jim
  4. Like the video, leaves me wanting to see more. I need the same rear panel. Where did you purchase it? I have been looking but can’t find one. Let me know. Thanks
  5. Still looking. Anyone have any leads for me? Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. My long lost twin has finally showed up.
  7. Anyone know a source for this Recaro Seat webbing? E21 LS model seat. 5 hole webbing with burlap type material. I see the 3 inch strap kits but my seat only has 5 holes. Would like a direct fit replaced. Pic of my old piece. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Nice looking paint finish on that Mag.
  9. Anyone have any leads for a used Recaro passenger side seat? E21 LS model seat to match my unit. Not worried if the headrest matches. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I’ll purchase those please. Thanks Jim Blaschke
  11. Looking for early e21 Recaro Ls seat. In need of passengers side. Expecting seat to be in need of some refreshing. My passengers side seat was stolen while in storage awaiting a redo. Thanks in advance. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. On my car that I recently bought had the same problem. With my situation I found no coolant flowing thru the engine block. I removed the engine coolant plug and nothing came out. Told a wire hanger and starting poking and fishing out the years of crud that was built up in the gallies. I ran a hose in the radiator and flushed out the mess until I got a free flowing system. Driving at all speeds the temp gauge stays right at the half way point. Check it out and hopefully this tip will help. Let us know.
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