The wires are the easiest thing, placing the dash and getting the duct work hooked up properly was a challenge., not to mention a cable that moves a flap at the drivers footwell was a nightmare. A few "skinned hands" but I will survive!!euroamg said:Good work... Must be really hard to figure out all the wires connected to it....
Very rare to see a 26 year old car in Coto de Caza. Mostly Escalades, Suburbans, Lexus, every kind of SUV, new MB's, BMW's ect ect. Are you in Coto?danwatt said:Just noticed that you live in Coto. I think I've seen your car before too. Neato.
The conversion on the speedo was by the previous owner(a friend of mine)AxelWulff said:Now there is a rare combo; Trip Computer (only available as an option for km/h versions) and a Mph speedo.
You must have done the conversion yourself.
Cloth front seats suggest an original Euro car converted to US standards. Does it still have the higher compression engine?
Nice job. What did the old evaporator for the AC look like when you swapped it out?