well this is the last turn of this item
complete dismantle and rust remove and repaint in correct blue colour, and final clearcoat, removed the trim rubber and clean before reassembly
now looks right
fill your garage with one of these, they work perfectly and they are a great addition
now is complete, question is should i use those NOS tools ?
around 1965 german guys had these wonderful equipment available, think what was available at your places those days
started with this and completed successfully
love these old carts, it is a multi purpose and have many accesories,...
completing the tools and garage items, found an interesting addition, a german made lamp that went with the Hazet toolcarts
see here, eclectic and elegant IMHO
1973 3.0 CS with fuel injection conversion
I've owned this E9 for two years now and have yet to begin restoration. In that time it's traveled 3,700 miles, but I've only driven it about 30. The rest was by ship and truck to it's new home in Austin TX from Maui HI. Buying parts, parts, parts.
Cutting and grinding the rust out of these pans
Driving out of Napa, Ca. on Hwy 121
1974 started as a 3.0 automatic ended up as a Motronic 3.5 with 5-speed. Amazing how many parts one could cobble from E12's, 28's and the like but that was 20 years ago! And no, wood doesn't last more than 20 years without a tune up unless it lives in a bubble. Now I do E12's. And those are getting difficult to keep looking good!
2240284 Polaris/Navy 1972 3.0cs
1973 3.0cs-i nachtblau/ardent red
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