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Old 01-25-07, 07:41 PM
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this isnt what he says

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/clear...QQcmdZViewItem



I wonder if he knows that is not an r100? Id take one of them over an r100 anyday, did we even get those

note: not to rag on the seller I cant remeber what it is off the top of my head and am to lazy to search
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Old 01-25-07, 09:32 PM
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Looks like a 1200 wagon, far as I know we did get those here. I used to own a 1200 coupe and recognize the grill. I actually saw a different 1200 wagon on eBay awhile back, kicked myself for not seeing it sooner because I think it sold for like $100 or something crazy.

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Thats a beauty!! is a 1200 wagon. Wish i had that kind of money!!!!
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One hell of an ugly steering wheel though!
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Oldschool Nardi steering wheel.
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Originally Posted by eatmyclutch
Oldschool Nardi steering wheel.
Even worse, I think that is Grant's imitation of the Nardi wheel.
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Old 01-28-07, 08:13 AM
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Talking

Back in the early 80's your car was not complete unless you had the wooden steering wheel and wooden Wink 5 panel mirror!
It was like the Cal Look for us in Puerto Rico!!
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Originally Posted by papovw
Back in the early 80's your car was not complete unless you had the wooden steering wheel and wooden Wink 5 panel mirror!
It was like the Cal Look for us in Puerto Rico!!
Thats sooo true! Every car I owned back then had that steering wheel and a wooden shift **** to match!
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