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9 days ago
Wurth1
Not quite (according to the listing) but led me to the "right" one...Thank you!!
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12 days ago
Wurth1
Any idea where I can find bellows/rebuild kit for EM windshield washer pump? Replacement pumps seem to be only available for later cars?
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13 days ago
Wurth1
Ahhh, a duh moment.... I try to take one a day keeps the ego from swelling Thanks for the wake up
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13 days ago
Wurth1
So I've been chasing down the electrical ghosts in my 55 year old project (64 Monza vert).... And I'm a bit puzzled. I have headlights high/low...tail lights...dash, and brake. I have no front marker lights? Are they on a separate circuit? I checked at the firewall(trunk) connector...no 12V at the appropriate terminal. Thanks for your input
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13 days ago
Wurth1
Any thoughts or advice on EM tail lamp grounding? I'm thinking I should make a grounding harness to avoid issues? Or does the factory method of grounding through the retainer prove reliable? I'm aware that most electrical issues are due to ground as opposed to a "short" circuit, looking for dependability....
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20 days ago
Wurth1
I'll look into it, thanks Did it from my phone which is definitely a pita
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20 days ago
Wurth1
My EM vert has a quick shift kit installed.... While trying to figure out a boot solution I came up with this. Clearly not a highly engineered or dazzling solution... but hey, free ain't bad. It turns out that the heavy cardboard tube that rolls of carpet come on is a perfect ID to make this. I'm happy to share the details if and if anyone wants one, just pm me
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20 days ago
Wurth1
They are definitely small enough...at first I got the "file size too large" in red, but after cropping down the "invalid file type " is what I get now
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20 days ago
Wurth1
I did go through the info in the faqs section btw
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20 days ago
Wurth1
Trying to post photos from my IPad, but I get message stating unable to attach/invalided file must be jpg etc. Pics were taken with my phone so they are definitely jpeg. I emailed them to myself so I could work from one of my iPads. Any thoughts?
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22 days ago
Wurth1
That's a shame, 95's that don't look like Swiss cheese just don't seem to be around....especially here in the northeast. I grew up walking junkyards, would have been drooling over that
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7 weeks ago
Wurth1
Big help, thank you so much!
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7 weeks ago
Wurth1
Gentlemen, I am hoping for the unlikely here but....long story short my EM vert (64) project came to me needing upholstery. The rear seat however was stripped by PO sandblasted and POR15 coated. My problem is the seatback... I am unsure what the original padding looked like...did it "wrap" over in the top area, sides?? So I'm wondering if anyone has, or can point me to a picture o
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Thank you!!
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Part found, thanks everyone!!
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2 months ago
Wurth1
On my EM ragtop on the forward end of the inner rocker is an oval opening....I'm guessing there's a plastic or rubber plug that should be there? I looked in the Clark's catalog as well as any other sites I could find...anybody have any idea where I might find these? Both sides are missing... I could certainly seal it up with something if necessary but would prefer not to
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Northeastern Pa
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2 months ago
Wurth1
These are not the stainless trim....the top fabric gets stapled to them and they bolt to the inside of the body in the well area. There are three. needpart
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2 months ago
Wurth1
the three trim sticks( pieces that attach top to well area) for an em ragtop...two short curved and the long piece that runs across the back.
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Thank you guys. I have some light carb maintenance scheduled and want to line up my ducks before hand.
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2 months ago
Wurth1
As always,I appreciate your input BTW, I know it's late but thanks to all you veterans for your service
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Anybody have any input on internal fuel filters....curious about the screen style replacements vs the "stone/bronze" original style. Basically stock 110 4sp.
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Btw, dash..garnish mldg ...and radio bezel as well as the rectangle trim(padded dash) and dash pad were all originally the dark saddle in my car. It was definitely original paint, car came off the road in the 70's after being hit. The door perimeter and the rear seat side trim were the 932 saddle. Car must have had a beige top as the top bows/ frame are tan (3rd color)
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2 months ago
Wurth1
Steering wheel is the only thing not repainted, I'll see if I have a picture If not I'll dig it out when I can. If you want to pm me an email or phone number to send to
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2 months ago
Wurth1
My steering wheel rim is definitely two-tone as described, color separated by chrome rings. 64 vert/ saddle interior the light saddle is PPG/Ditzler 932 saddle poly. Not sure about the darker
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3 months ago
Wurth1
64 Monza, Grant 838/3 hole mounting
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3 months ago
Wurth1
I can't seem to find adapter for aN old school Grant steering wheel to fit my 64 Monza vert......am I missing something? The wheel is the very common 3 spoke chrome/cushion grip 14ish inch three bolt mounting. Any advice appreciated needpart
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3 months ago
Wurth1
Actually the screws and almost every rubber spacer were there....no trim sticks
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4 months ago
Wurth1
The three pieces that the top/curtain get stapled to that are bolted to the body
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4 months ago
Wurth1
When I got my project car (64 Monza vert) the top had already been stripped off...how much does this complicate replacement.I plan to do it myself because I hate myself ???? Anyway,would welcome any input. Also missing are the rear trim stick pieces so I'll be needing those if any are available
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