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Reply by mkeh

898 has the two separate window switches like this one. Yes, I do have the metal multi-blade condenser fan and this one has the plastic.

Reply by leea

Here is what is fun--note the smallest of variations on the dash, esp that the window switches are 2 singles, not the paired Ducellier...

Reply by matg

Shashi27 hi I replaced all of them via copper/nickel brake tubing. With a special tool the ends are "bend". Also a tool for bending the...

Reply by mkeh

I think Lee is right on the VIN#... the ever-fluctuating dash arrangement is identical to 898. This one has that weird electric antenna.

Reply by robborruso

cool car....awesome project. price....no so awesome at 269k. so long as values stay over 300 not a problem, but seems a bit speculative...
robborruso

Reply by nate

V8jet, thanks for the great account of your adventure the other day, that was a brave move, hat's off for getting the Goose out and...

Reply by peterfenlon

Hello Rob, time was too short and too many folks but nice to put a name to a face. I hope you enjoyed your stay in Blighty. best Pete

Reply by shashi27

Thanks for you feedback. Still on the fence at this point but great info to know.
shashi27

Reply by robborruso

Hey Peter.... great meeting up with you guys. Cars looked great.
robborruso

Reply by peterfenlon

No it isn't officially legal, I had it made up at a local print shop but the car has been on the road 5 years here without a problem. no...

Reply by Mike D

Hi Peter, is the front License plate on your car considered a legal size and placement location in UK or it's just for the Birmingham...
Mike D

Reply by rocky

While these are not Revson air dams, I thought this worth posting up. To order, you may be able to reach June at her old address. She is...
rocky

Reply by bosswrench

Quite a few '73-up Panteras had poorly aligned external fuel attachments. Besides what was suggested, loosening the fuel tank hold-down...
bosswrench

Reply by ehpantera

If you plan on replacing the brake lines, I would suggest you use copper/ nickel brake tubing. it never rusts and is very easy to bend.
ehpantera

Reply by bosswrench

IMHO, the most critical line and arguably the most suceptible to corrosion is the connecting line between the two front brakes. First...
bosswrench

Reply by rrs1

I would clean the lines as good as possible with scotchbrite. If there's no pitting, and the ends are in good shape, leave alone.

Reply by leea

Nate, thanks so much ! I always love to see naked pictures of mechanical things , and the find at my next door (to the car, not me)...

Reply by denisc

The true head casting is actually on the underside, reach out to other Longchamp owners to compare engine VIN (location, font, style)...
denisc

Reply by George P

There is no provision to place that info in the heading of a post, like a box that I can check. I agree with you about the value of...
George P
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