Thanks, Ed and Adan. Perhaps an all Fulvia canyon run?
OOPS no problen is just a scrach let as know if you need some help to star it. send me a private masage with your address. adanWell, bad news. Car arrived late last night, and promptly rolled off the car carrier, and was hung up on the ramps. 2 hours later, and with a lot of help from the AAA, I got it home, but not under it's own power. Still can't get it started. Going to try some starting fluid. Grrrr....
Think I'm going to need the akitaman!!
Thanks!Gez, what a great looking car! I had a trucking company do the exact same thing to a car I bought a few years back. Every since then, I do not allow them to off load the truck with out me or one of the guys in the seat or ground guiding it off the the truck. None the less, that is one cool car. There's one here locally I see from time to time that the owner has done some extensive suspension upgrades. It sits a little different (lower) but it cuts the turns like a knife.
My girlfriend is a dog breeder, and we're well aware of the great things that the local rescue groups do.Hi Kraig. Your right, great dogs. My wife and I have owned (or rescue society adopted them) for over 20 years. We've always enjoyed there company. We were suprised at how many rescue groups there are in your area (L.A.).
I actually found it on this forum. The former owner is a big Alfa fan, and he had posted that he was selling the car sometime back in March. I just searched old threads and found his email adress, and wrote him.Kraig, just out of interest, how did you locate this car? Looking on the internet it is hard to find them in classifieds in the US other than the occasional ebay appearance.
The car looks great. Congrats. Did my friend Jim end up buying your Honda? He mentioned to me last week that was going to look at it after leaving our shop.
Was that Jim Rad-something in Simi? He called me, and I told him to come over right away, and that I had a couple of interested parties. By the time he called me back later that day, I had already sold the car to a guy nameed Erik who works for American Honda Motor in Torrance.
this cars are always fun to drive, and very rare to see in this side of the globe. it is good to see them even more in Los Angeles area.That's an S2--maybe '71 or '72?--and very nice (even with the wood dowel for a hood prop). And they're as sweet to drive as they are to look at; maybe not the fastest cars on the road, but utterly viceless handling.