your metal srips wich holds the straps together with the four bolts are putted backwards, they should "pinch" the strap
My car came as you can see in one of the pictures, with much to be desired in the way of seats. The backseat is ok, but will need to be reupholstered. It needs both foam and vinyl cover. The front seats that came with the car was one series 1 seat in need of restoration, and a series 2 seat, also in need of restoration. Odd mix..... Anyway, the seller of the car said he new a guy who had 2 comletely restored Zagato seats in his basement. He apparently once had a car, equipped that car with non orginal bucket seats for trackdays, restored the orginals while out of the car, then sold the car, and had the seats still in his basement. So I called him, and a deal was struck. So now I have the two seats that came with my car for sale. PM me in interested. I will try to spend some time in the classifieds section for both selling what I dont need, and to try to buy what is still missing.
Thank you Pete! Windscreen and rear window in, and front grill mounted. The old front numberplate back onto the car. These old plates will have to be used during testing. The car was first in 1969 registered in Sweden in the old registration number system, consisting of 2 letters, determinating were the care geographically was registered ( AA for Stockholm for example ), followed by 4 numbers. In 1972 the system was changed to a national system, with 3 letters and 3 numbers. These are the plates issued to this car in 1972. Still valid but will later be renewed to something that is closer to the 1969 spec plates.
Hi! The current is also a s1 1750 was sold new in Sweden with first reg Jan 1970. Originally Cava Beige that seemed to been resprayed in beige at least once before someone (in mid 80’s I was informed) decided to make it red.Magnus! Nice to make your acquaintence! Were are you located? And please share more information on your restoration. Is your current 1969 also a Swedish car?
Yes, dutch blue is a beautiful color—especially when freshly applied! I'm fortunate enough to have inherited my GTV post restoration(s) but plan on going back through the engine compartment and making some additional modifications soon.Well thank you very much! I really appreciate that. Yours does not look to shabby either:wink2:. And isnt Dutch Blue just beautiful? Did you restore your car? Or was it already in great condition when you bought it?