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    Great Photos Lamoor - Gold on gold...
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    1974 DS23 ie Pallas 5 speed

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    after some time taken off during the festive season i am getting some tidying up done under the bonnet including a new fan and better lighting with relays installed. also the rack has now been refurbished with seals.not good at uploading in order under this new system also why doesn't it appear as a thumbnail ??

    anyway trust that this information will assist others.
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    more work done through the HOT days thanks to my brother.
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    Clever. Modern relay in an old 'Sanor' relay case?
    1968 DS21bvh Pallas in Gris Palladium

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budge View Post
    Clever. Modern relay in an old 'Sanor' relay case?


    thanks for this comment. it appears to be the best solution to maintain some degree of originality. the solution seems to work.

    i have tried to balance the originality with also making the car a daily use vehicle as well.

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    Nice touch. Those green Sanor relays are very distinctive and (in a very small way) almost part of the cars identity. Re-using the case helps preserve that identity.
    1968 DS21bvh Pallas in Gris Palladium

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