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RichardR

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About RichardR

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  • Birthday 03/20/1954
  1. Hello all, Please see my ad under "Parts for Sale" for this Fiat 124 sedan bucket seat:
  2. FOR SALE: front bucket seat, black vinyl. Previous owner stated that seat is from Fiat 124 sedan. Vinyl is in very good shape, no rips, tears, or seam separations. Very small burn mark at rear of headrest (see photo). Headrest tilts, backrest reclines. Includes seat rails. Asking $60. Local pickup only. Located in central NJ. Call/text 908-894-3267 or email r_reina@msn.com.
  3. My 1967 Alfa Romeo GT Junior has left-handed threads for the left wheel nuts, and right-handed threads on the right side. I'm used to that, as I've had other (domestic) cars which were manufactured that way. But this Alfa is the first car I've owned with the left-side front spindle threads and nut also left-handed. My repair manuals said nothing about it, and as I've learned from working on cars my whole life, when what you're doing isn't working, try something else! Somehow I had the idea to try to loosen it by turning it to the right, and it worked.
  4. Hello! You sound "young" so let me first say how wonderful it is to have some younger blood come into the hobby. I also wholeheartedly agree with the suggestion to join/attend a local AACA meeting/show.You don't say what part of the country you're in, but presuming that you are in the U.S., there are cruise nights and car shows just about every weekend during the summer, in almost every part of the country. If VWs are where your interest lies, join the VW club! I work with many people in the 20s and 30s who are into VWs in a big way, and while most of them like the water-cooled cars, I do th
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