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Old 05-17-2019, 05:36 PM
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Like it!! Original owner and all!! Love M.Blue!! Is the underside rust red correct?
Yes, for Norwood-built, which it is.
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Hey Steve,

Thoughts on the speedo cable extension? Ever seen one on a 70Z?

Also the depressed park wiper blades on the non-depressed wiper motor. Factory screw-up? The screw in studs missing on one head seems a bit of a reach. Lots of good photos on this one. Price seems very good at this point.
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:48 PM
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Hey Steve,

Thoughts on the speedo cable extension? Ever seen one on a 70Z?

Also the depressed park wiper blades on the non-depressed wiper motor. Factory screw-up? The screw in studs missing on one head seems a bit of a reach. Lots of good photos on this one. Price seems very good at this point.
Never seen a legitimate original with a speedo cable extender Dave...I think the description says something about the depressed wipers added...I guess they didn't realize it takes more than just adding the wiper mechanism. I missed the head without the screw in studs...lots of pics and I just did the Evelyn Wood review. Also note it does not have the original hood hinges...just strange why such a low mile car would not have the original hinges.
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If it stays under 30k it will be well bought... think about what it would take to put the car 100%.
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