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wild bill

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About wild bill

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  • Birthday 01/07/1954

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  • Gender:
    Male
  • Location:
    Aurora CO
  • Interests:
    Raising guide dogs for the blind, done for 24 years now. Driving cars. Camping, hiking. Taking care of my TC's.

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  1. Where are you located? Others might want to get together. And okay, other cars? Like what?
  2. Welcome to the group. very nice looking car. wish i had it. I'm not much of the mechanic type but follow instructions pretty well. Also an engineer type. 1. You want to replace the high pressure fuel lines under the hood. Be sure its high pressure fuel line. This is a fire danger, don't want that. 2. There are posts on here to fix the port hole window. 3. join the Chrysler TC club and start getting the valuable newsletters. https://www.chryslertcbymaseraticlub.com/ If I were you I would get all the back issues also. 4. Add your vin to Garnet & Gold. He ke
  3. The trans computer is eluding me. Please give page in manual to find it. Soft top right front lever doesnt work. I remember a tip on how to open door. outside and inside handle do nothing.
  4. windshield has about a foot long crack in it. other glass looks good even soft top glass. Soft top itself not in good shape, frame okay. It did have a CD player. Pulled a bunch of parts.
  5. I know this could be every part. But what is rare, expensive easier for non mechanic to pull?
  6. I am looking for a hard top rear seal. The black seal that goes all around the bottom rear of the hard top. And a good way to attach one. Also need a right side cornering light. Thanks all.
  7. In Denver I found an old shop that refurbished an old alternator for me. Some place like that, 2 generations of owners, could maybe help you.
  8. Years ago Reaper1 I was playing with a Ferrari going to work. He slowed and I didn't at a known speed trap. Driver training class taken. I might be older Reaper1 but not as mature.
  9. Here is one of my tool kits. Notice the screwdriver is a plain, side says W. Germany, knife says Wenger and Switzerland, tire gauge was made in England. Gloves and leather case smell new. Hopefully will solve some problems if not world peace.
  10. Hope these pictures help. You have one screw on left side and one on the right side as you look at it in the car. Also 2 under the top lip. As said above have to remove the headlight knob. For that I used a small flat head screwdriver to release the metal v clip holding it. Its similar to the metal clip holding a bathroom sink drain underneath. Then it should pull kind of straight out.
  11. Welcome to the club Plumbinguy. Please give info on car, colors, last 4 of vin number.
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