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Thread: Show me satanic details...please.

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    Senior Member CurtEgerer's Avatar
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    Rags are for more than checking the oil.
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    Edit: Oh, the satanic detail here? The hood badge. Painted over white. With the price of badges these days, don't think we'll see anybody replicate that one
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    The fire extinguisher was to big to fit in front of the passenger seat....

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    RSR #0020 rear seat delete

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    Type 547 with Webers

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    Are you sure it is a 547 and not a 587/3? 90 degree V-drive, late style manifolds and thus heads and the die cast 46mm Webers seem to suggest the latter. Not sure how you would drive the 90 degree V-drive of a roller bearing crank.

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    RSR bumper done in steel.
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    Vic in Prescott sculpting plastic late model handles to early for the RSR...
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    Cool Mike, I've seen them on the 935 some years ago. No wonder they were so fast.

    RSR bumper in steel. Is that heavier than the original? Cool as hell though!
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    Recliners on Red

    These went on a 64C car.
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