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  • About csbush
    Retired Army, and general car nut
    San Antonio
    restoring classic cars
    Project manager for insurance Company
    Vehicle Info
    Jaguar M2 3.8 1967
    Country of Residence


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  • Last Activity: 06-28-2019 06:17 PM
  • Join Date: 10-23-2015
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  1. 09-08-2018 05:41 PM - permalink
    I just read your message after all that time. Thanks for the info. I got my bumpers and over-riders done for $1600 so I guess you got a helluva deal. They came out very nicely with only one small boogie on the back side of a front over-rider which is hard to see now it is installed.
    Sorry for the delay in replying
  2. 01-12-2018 08:43 AM - permalink

    I am really interested to know how much you had to pay to re-chrome your bumpers and who did them. I am about to get my Mk2 painted and a nice set of bumpers would be the cream on the cake!



    Boston MA
  3. lickahotskillet
    09-17-2016 10:04 PM - permalink
    headliner is gone, saved the visors and the hardware. I'll go back through my pictures to see what I have
  4. 03-31-2016 09:01 AM - permalink
    I am restoring 3.4 MK2. I was wondering if either of the cars you have, being late production, are equipped with the Borg Warner 35 auto trans? If it is an auto and does not have the "intermediate speed hold" switch on the dash it is likely the model 35. It is unlikely any were sold in the U.S.. All mk2's had aftermarket A/C. Although most were distributor installed. I used the aftermarket bracket and a new "York to Sanden" adaptor to allow installation of a Sanden Rotary compressor. If you want photos let me know. I have my car completely disassembled, metal work done. I am trial fitting components then stripped and sent to paint. I am presently being held up as I have installed a Borg Warner 66 auto from an '80's XJ6 and am having problems mating it to the original "column mount" gear selector. Thanks. Bob

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