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I am 6'4" and I have been pretty comfortable on longer journeys in my coupe, which is the same platform. But, you need to adapt. Tall men...
Thanks for sharing... love the early Boxers.
Did this car ever belong to a certain JH? Thanks.
... the younger sister, 0997 in New Jersey around 2003. The early cars had a single license illuminator.
This is my ideal of a GTB... a Shortnose in Y/F.
A Shortnose, January 2003.
Hi Bob, I had a similar problem. What you observed as a gasket is actually the diaphragm (#6 in diagram). Sometimes overtightening the six...
April 2005, Olema, California
Thanks Marcel. I thought so too. I used to spot him on the back roads exercising an SWB, I don't know if it was this one. I seem to remember it...
Who drove the dark colored SWB? Thanks.
July 2005, same Daytona as in Post #2470. Don't know the chassis number; the interior was black with red stripes.
A picture from 2005... this was a rendezvous point for a group of us car guys to take a drive thru Napa Valley. Our friend with the red Daytona,...
The mark of a great man: humility
Every square inch of this car should be photographed and then it should go straight to the Smithsonian.
Thank you for sharing this.
You may want to check if the points leaf spring is contacting the chassis of the distributor on any of the four sets. The clearances are tight...
Does the motor run at all? Have you timed it with a light? Here is the relative positions of the rotors when #1 at TDC.
Correct, the oil seal is #15 in the blowup and it's straightforward to replace. You lift the distributor and pull out the gear shaft (#14). As...
Brian, are you referring to #35 in this picture?
My records show SKF#10628; dimensions: 27x41x10. This is the lip seal that chokes around the driveshaft. I think I got mine from a local...