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post #3 of (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 10:16 AM
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This will definitely help me. Mine also just suffered the same fate, and I had sticker shock when I saw that new ones were $80. I'll attempt this tonight.

Ian -
74 Berlina

Ian Lomax - Current: 1973 Berlina, 1987 Milano Platinum "racecar"
Past: 71, 74 Spiders, 2x 74 Berlina, 74 GTV, 76 Alfetta GT, 88 Milano 3.0, 164LS
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