Old Blue has a remote starter to thaw it out before I need to open the door. Automatic tranny makes it easy to install remote start.
Lever went away by 1975.Made some headway on cleaning the '79 Spider engine compartment.
Most of the mess appears to be from leaks around the oil vapor can and lack of hose clamps.
Once semi-clean I am able to see where a few small bolts are missing.
Got a 1980 manual and it is still Spica so should be useful when I have the time to apply what it documents.
Cannot find the warm/cold adjustment lever on the Spica pump, I clearly remember the '73 having one.
VAT - value added tax probably. It is 22% on purchase price and shipping. I had to pay it on shipment I got from IT recently. I don't think if he accepts PayPal it should be an issue but what do I know.Boy it's cold outside! At least here in CT.
Subaru's power steering pump is not making noise so it's not that cold yet.
Just ordered a 164 Emla headlight from Europe.
Got a question. Shipper is asking for a TaxID number. I told him I don't have one. Is that going to delay the shipment?
Going to Italy in the Spring, I don't think I want to wait that long.
Yes, my 164 didn't want to crank to quickly on the past plus/minus 20F days. Maybe battery replacement time.Boy it's cold outside! At least here in CT.
Ha! How bad is that stuff when it's dry out?"Still driving in spite of the white salt spray they're coating 95 with"
Hope that is with the Muttsang, not the 164.
Ten years and over 100,000 miles through some pretty wild stuff the Disco has always gotten me home even after blowing a head gasket half way across Nevada, I've never had to make that Triple A call. I might add that the wiper arms have never decided to detach themselves from the spindles either.Wait. Let me see if I understand this. It was raining cats and dogs, so you decided to take a British car to work? This does not compute.