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Bravo for keeping your magnesium fan original and not polishing, powder-coating, or painting Motormeister-Red or another color.

930 magnesium fans looked dirty even when they were brand new. Photo below shows ’75 Turbo S-CH 8158’s fan with very low mileage and my fan, 75 #0160, after just a little detailing. Keep them original and resist the urge to go over-the-top…they are only original once.

I wish someone would remake the blue air filters!!!

Your car looks great!








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Old 08-06-2017, 09:39 AM
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Nice pics!
Especially the top pic,i see it even has the green dot trace of paint on the air intake.
For sure a very low milage car.
If you ever find a lead on those blue filters let me know,i will need one also.
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Only 20K+ kms when the photo of S-CH 8158 was taken.

My engine bay is not quite as nice but Iím getting thereÖIím thankful that nothing was over-restored. My fuel head still has the green inspection mark but I had to add the green dot decal on the intake tube (same position when it was delivered new).

I think the blue air filter was a one-off 1975 year only and then they went to the orange filter surround in 1976. I've never seen a blue one for sale (past or present) and don't recall seeing any Turbos having them installed today.





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Made the headlight washer pumpbracket.
These pumps are extremely diffecult to find,if anybody has one for sale please let me know.
This one had it best time.

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Headlight washer pumps are something you need to search for daily and pay whatever they ask. First hand experience on that one. I found one in Australia. Good luck on your search.
I'm looking for a back-up. I'll let you know if I find one. I'll trade you for a bracket Mine is missing and the one I made does not look that good.

I found a washer pump for Dave and it actually worked. So I wanted to say thank you for sending me the correct washer pump bracket for my car.




Any updates on the car?

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My pleasure Derrick, i hope it will find its place.
I am a little busy at work lately but made a lot of hours on the electricity,doors,sunroof etc.
Will post some pics when in am back from my Asia trip
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