Bad month for Fuego plastics......
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    Default Bad month for Fuego plastics......

    Ok

    This month replaced the expansion bottle.
    Whilst running about the burbs checking operation, un-beknownst to me the LHS indicator popped out.
    Get home, wtf is that doing hanging out over the guard???
    Spring departed.
    Sigh......

    Taped the light in.

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    Picked up the passenger side wiper to place back on and the clip holding the blade had cracked and falls off.
    Sigh......

    Bloody 35 year old car.....

    Put car away and vacuum garage out, garage vacuum dies.
    Sigh.......

    On the look out for:

    a) Passenger side wiper arm
    b) LHS indicator lens assembly
    c) Grave for cheap chinese garage vacuum

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    Icon7 Call in, I might have some bits to a good home.

    Quote Originally Posted by 85Fuego View Post
    Ok

    This month replaced the expansion bottle.
    Whilst running about the burbs checking operation, un-beknownst to me the LHS indicator popped out.
    Get home, wtf is that doing hanging out over the guard???
    Spring departed.
    Sigh......

    Taped the light in.

    Picked up the passenger side wiper to place back on and the clip holding the blade had cracked and falls off.
    Sigh......

    Bloody 35 year old car.....

    Put car away and vacuum garage out, garage vacuum dies.
    Sigh.......

    On the look out for:

    a) Passenger side wiper arm
    b) LHS indicator lens assembly
    c) Grave for cheap chinese garage vacuum
    You need to make a visit to Melbourne family, call in at home and raid the ever smaller pile of accumulated Fuego plastic and other parts. I don't think I will be doing anything Fuego apart from perhaps restoring my own personal one to a better exterior finish, but that will mean parking it off street to protect the paintwork etc.

    That sort of Capital works requires some planning and wife consultation resourcing -PS I don't need any more died and strangled household appliances. Feeding all those gradually into the free garbage system after stripping small perhaps one day "recyclable/handy" bits (and that is a bad habit too, that is being gradually addressed) You never know what you might find in those buckets of bits!


    If you drive past Skipton I am sure "Bob" might have some good Fuego bits for sale (but only if you take the attached car too!!)

    Ken

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