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K Rmanr

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About K Rmanr

  • Birthday 04/22/1964

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  1. I thought it wasn't long ago there were other options on ebay, but it appears there are no others except these "old stock" items by this one seller, at twice the price w/shipping, and only one size.
  2. For my first post ever I'll start with this. My '67 Riviera has the deluxe turbine wheel covers and as usual they are cracked and discolored. I found this company that makes custom Vinyl 3D emblems, decals, medallions (virtually any graphic design) -- and the price for (4) can't be beat; unbelievable! 3dcarstickers.com Has anyone purchased these? I am about to buy several sets. Google took me to these indirectly. BUICK RIVIERA 3d car wheel center cap emblems stickers decals (Silver logo black background): https://3dcarstickers.com/product/buick-riviera-3d-car-whe
  3. Wow Paul, wish I'd have known about your seat covers đŸ˜¢ You know my tilt steering column story since I contacted you on ebay. I'd love to have that to replace my broken column. Unfortunately, I'm at a point right now where life is in the way of making any more future plans of car projects. You made me an offer on ebay which normally I would've grabbed up in a heartbeat. Let's talk off ebay and maybe I can justify it. FYI, I have tons of extra '66-'67 Riviera parts already and really should start trying to unload those.
  4. I like that, and I'm experiencing it in real time today with my '66 El Camino... Of course todays ethanol infused gasoline doesn't help at all.
  5. That so-called "correct tire pressure" as documented in the owner's manual, or on original factory labels installed on our cars are in no way accurate references as to the tire pressures we should be running with today's modern tires. Even if someone were still driving with those (dated), original type bias-ply tires—which they most likely are not—that original specification applied only to the original type and series of bias-ply tires installed.
  6. Here a pic of a '67 (non-Riviera) Switch-Pitch setup FYI. I believe all '67 switches had black rubber boots and male electrical connector / contacts verses earlier switches which had the wires connected directly.
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