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    Just delivered my daughter's completed 83 Capri. Last winter she was in a hit and run that thumped the passage quarter and door. New door, decided to paint the whole thing. Took 2 months but she is happy!Name:  IMG_20201031_085542.jpg
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    Thanks for the pics... now Iím sold on it...

    Hopefully in a couple of days, I will have some pics to share of my latest upgrade...

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    Sorry car isn't spotless. Second pic gives a great idea on size difference!!

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    Restart end of season minor door rocker area body work. Sand bondo, leveling, paint.

    Went for weekly drive and tours yesterday. Interesting fun memorable day. Nice clear weather. Voted.
    Afterward, drove to other side of town. Visited four of my old neighborhood schools (voting sites).
    Brief visits to walk around in allowed areas and use the restrooms. On the road most of day..coffee drinker.
    Took a leak at my old kindergarden school restroom. Same blue floor tile. Aint done that there since 1957.
    I spell it garden, not garten. Learned to plant and grow seeds there.
    Former Fairlane Elementary. Ford blue and white theme in building. Ford got me early.
    All schools looked very familiar again and in tip top shape for their age. Same nice gym floor wood.

    Yay no more slight miss under boost for several weeks now.
    During routine spark plug check, found #4 plug gap too wide. .040 instead of .034.
    AGSF32CA. 7k all plugs look normal Carb turbo 2.3 recommended plug change is at 12k.

    My T-handle is stowed in the console when not using it. Change out with ball every so often.
    Is easy on the palm comfortable to pull and push. Metal gets hot parked in summer sun.
    I see Hurst offers them black anodized.
    Back in the day, Hurst offered colored flocked versions. Black was one of the colors.

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    Ran the rest of my fuel hose into the engine bay and Installed my aeromotive fuel regulator. Came out all right, not bad for a rookie. Hopefully it doesn't leak. Now to hook it up to carb and figure out how to wire in the relay and switch.
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    Hmm, wanted to add more pics of my install but it seems that foureyedpride is not as friendly to pictures as it used to be. Very annoying having to constantly resize pics just to be able to share them. Oh well
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