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  1. mike pranka
    07-12-2016 10:51 AM - permalink
    mike pranka
    Hi Gregg,
    This is Mike Pranka in St. Louis. I just now saw your note to me about purchasing a car from the Netherlands.. sorry, It's been ages since I checked messages on the BB. You can email me at: [email protected]


  2. Serpent
    11-30-2009 08:24 AM - permalink
    Guess who?
  3. Gregg822
    01-16-2009 06:57 AM - permalink
    AR1480495 I am putting some screws inthe mail for you today.
  4. Anfanuts
    01-12-2009 07:02 PM - permalink
    Gregg, what is your S/N after all? It may help dictate some of the details that vary by S/N.
  5. Anfanuts
    01-12-2009 11:00 AM - permalink
    Address is: 14215 Vanessa Cir., Houston, TX 77069. I'd gladly pay you for them and postage. Thanks Gregg.
  6. Anfanuts
    01-12-2009 10:54 AM - permalink
    I'd use an appropriately sized Phillips oval head stainless steel screw and a carbon steel nut tack welded underneath, primed with acid etching primer and painted after welding. That's my plan. After I screw the slightly over length screw in, I'd put a SS aircraft nut on that to hold it in-place better. I've heard of these fairings flying off over time. Perhaps you could just do the SS bolt, aircraft and washer. I get SS hardware for my boat in nice kits.

    The screws on the front blinker cover are different lengths for the middle versus outboard, if you mean the screws that hold the lens onto the housing. I'm missing a few of those (long and short ones) and the rest have damaged heads. Yea, I could use a few if you have extras. I recall there are 4 each on the front(??) and three each on the rears(??). Bruce
  7. Anfanuts
    01-11-2009 06:39 PM - permalink
    It appears either the clamshell style (early S/N's) or the clip and loop ones (later ones) are original to a '69. See the post for the latest conclusion. I have no source, in fact a guy trying to find some of the clasp-loop style on the BB "Wanted" for a GTV is having NO luck finding any. That said on what's OE, I've installed non-OE inertial reel 3-point belts for a bit more safety.
  8. Anfanuts
    01-11-2009 06:36 PM - permalink
    Gregg, yes, the front clip hold-down. I hate metal screws in outer body work. I put on a OE-style right hand side view mirror and did it with metal screws, UGH! I have a set of NOS Carello covers and when I paint this or next year, I'll weld on a nut underneath the holes for a bolt.
  9. papajam
    07-30-2008 07:09 AM - permalink
    Response is posted in the following thread;

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