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Glassnose Aficionado
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Hopefully Steve VW and Liz will make it over today so Steve and I [mostly Steve] can finally put in the new motor mounts. I'll try to post some pix and hopefully no horror stories.


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Upon further inspection, we decided to let the pros tackle this one. Steve says the 78 is considerably different than his 87 was, and would require a lot more removing stuff and we couldn't use his lift bracket because of frame differences, so off to the shop she goes.


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so off to the shop she goes.

............bummer! Frowner


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