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  1. myamoto1
    03-08-2011 09:06 PM - permalink
    I haven't converted to a long hood, so I never followed through with anything other than my "drawing." I'd make it out of 16 guage steel and put a shallow crease in the handle part for strength. If you have any questions on how I'd go about building my solution, ask away.


  2. khamul02
    03-02-2011 07:27 PM - permalink
    Did you ever come up with a solution to this thread:

    I would like to use a stock steel hood if possible but there is the latch issue.
  3. Dale Estes
    02-07-2011 06:49 PM - permalink
    Dale Estes
    Just found an old post about your turbo-look question. I have the same situation with my 1984 wide-body cab. All original documentation is gone from the original owner but found a good resource in Norbert Franz with Turbolook-Register - Startseite. He noted a 'z' code on my option sticker and traced the code to a 'special wishes' designation where a chassis was pulled from the line and sent to Werk 1 for modification. No factory documentation exists today, but it does give a clue as to why we have non-491 codes on our cars.
    Dale Estes
  4. Eric Hahl
    10-27-2010 09:47 AM - permalink
    Eric Hahl
    Yo Josh!, We are having a house warming party. Here is the invite Amy made, hope to see ya'll there...

    WE’RE HAVING A housewarming PARTY!

    Saturday, Nov. 6, 1:00 pm

    Join us for a late lunch/early dinner. We’ll provide burgers & fixin’s,
    a bucket cake & an assortment of beverages.

    Please bring a dish to share & BYOB if you want something specific to drink.

    Please RSVP.

    Amy 360-921-3091

    Eric 503-559-0282

    2401 SE 362nd Ave, Washougal WA 98671

    Head east on Hwy 14, to 32nd St.
    Left onto 32nd St. (by the lumberyard)
    Drive about 3.5 miles on 32nd St (it changes names several times)
    Follow the road; it does a hard right & turns into 20th St.
    At 357th Ave. keep going straight (east)
    Right on 362nd Ave.
    Second driveway on the left is our driveway
  5. Steve@Rennsport
    05-04-2010 07:44 PM - permalink

    Shocks and stuff are here,....LOL.

    How fast do ytou need them?

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