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i made a split bumper, i have a thread on that fab on this forum
Yes, no A/C in the car, meaning you can remove the flap on each of the air intake controls by the spare tire under each front fender to let in...
I have a custom aluminum bezel with a pyrometer and an A/F guage. in my Euro 308 GT. i will be adding 2 console switches under the bezel, one...
hi Doug, yes, i tapped into each TB for MAP and collected them all together for a steadier signal. Its been working great!
The airbox mod just...
my split bumper thread
i have a whole thread on that bumper fab here on fchat. not sure how to find that, it was like 15 years ago.
Thanks everyone, Ive been upgrading this car since day one, 20 years ago. The hood is my 78 hood cut the rectangle out and put an OEM later 308...
I totally agree, and i am very good at flcking the car into the corners. much better than a 911, contrary to Zachs statement. Car sounds...
Thanks, they are on pretty darn tight and dont twist, but can be removed just by pulling on them like the original knobs. Everything was so...
Hi folks, this is a 10 minute video that Zach put together on my car. It was a fun day of filming, all footage was recorded in Deer Creek...
1978 Euro 308GTS, proud owner for 21 years!
Thanks to 3D printing for the inserts and an excellent machinist, i finally have my cool aluminum control knobs in my euro 308 GTS.
on my 2nd set of yokohama S drive tires for my 16 inchers, fantastic tire at a good price. under 100 bucks each
the aluminum goes well with all the other aluminum bits on the car.
Yes, upgraded to aluminum bezels a few years ago, the ol chrome plated plastic were falling apart.
They are a bit chunkier than the originals, because of the plastic insert. They feel nice and solid!! Maybe more Pagani than Aircraft.
Thanks for all the compliments, They can be replicated, but not much cheaper, very labor intensive for the machinist as they were each all done...
My new knobs