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If you haven't already, check out this message board. It's a pretty good resource.

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If you look up a guy goes by "Blunt", he has the stalk you need. I know because I sold him my entire stash a few months ago, which included such an item.

Old 10-11-2005, 06:11 AM
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I'm a big 02 fan. My first car was a '72 and have own 4 over the past 20 years. My '73tii doesn’t get much use since I purchased the 911 this summer. You will find that 02s are fun cars to drive, easy to work on, and fairly bullet proof.

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Sold it last year and am still kicking myself. No rust whatsoever, just ugly wheels!


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OUCH! I'd miss that one too.

I did find the FAQ a few months ago, and I also found my part.

Currently shopping for "affordable" paint for my driver.
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2002. Very good looking car, cats know this already.

My brother had one with the round tail lamps and all. 60mph on the exit ramp-- I took note of that as a young jasper. He then 'gave' it to a mad ex-'girlfriend' who sent it straight to the crusher, hate that story....
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I used to have a hotrod 2002 - hot two liter engine with the late cylinder head, Stahl header, tii dizzy, Weber, Scheel buckets, Ansa exhaust, Alpina wheels, D&W wheel, Bilsteins, sway bars, etc. Loads of fun.
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I've driven it a few times, they're fun cars. enjoy it.

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