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I hardly ever look here, you can shoot me a message on turbobricks.
Hi Michael: You seem to be pretty expert with Volvo IRS Nivomat conversions. I would like to communicate with you on this.
Great meeting you at the bout on Saturday night. Please let me know when
the photos of the Southern Delaware Roller Girls are available s we can
share it with our audience. Thank you !
this is so cool....i love looking at all of them...
Check out this HDR photography the potentials are endless!
Mine came from Europe, they were OE. Email sent.
I found your photo's while searching for information for AstralAutoHersteller (aftermarket company making e-code lights for Volvo 240's). I saw the e-codes of you blue 245 first on Turbo Bricks, then here on PBase.
I was wondering if the lights you installed on your vehicle were purchased from FCP Groton, which I understand gets them from a manufacturer called DJ Auto?
Did you get them via an online/eBay source like "Swedish Auto Lamps" who claims they are manufactured from AstralAutoHersteller?
I've done plenty of digging and research, spoken with Daniel Stern about my swapout, etc...but unfortunately I can't IN PERSON anyone's 240 who's got lights from either source. Your pictures are good and if you're able to tell me the info on them I will at least have detail to SOME degree before I buy something with out seeing it first!
Thank you in advance!
Took me forever to notice the comment. Sorry.
I sent an email. No need to strip all the paint, but fine sand isn't too hard on steel.
any pointers to someone who wants to repaint a bicycle frame and has never done so before? what do you strip the old paint job with? it is a steel MTB frame which i intend to convert to a single speed by cutting off the vert dropouts and adding track ends...i have access to a sandblasting unit, but was told this would ultimately weaken the steel frame...true? any feedback would help..
Thank You, Lisa.
Mike, thanks for stopping by my gallery and giving my spider a name. This particular one was rather large. Some of the others I had seen this year were thin in the midsection. Love your cat photos!