Well, congratulations to you. I do not know who is doing your work
for you but make sure that they know what they are doing and that they know
roadsters...and that they don't screw you over moneywise been there done that.
When you say wants to sell his solex?? What do you mean exactly??
Does he have a complete solex carb set up with manifolds and carbs and
aircleaners? and the cam and bigger oil pan?? Be careful if the person did
not sell them with the car he is probably going to ask a large amount for them.
Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd do you really need them?? I say get the car running well
with the Su's first before performing anyexpensive performance upgrades.
Fill us in on the details of the car why don't ya?? What kind of shapes it
in and such?
Daniel 69 2000
> Well...I went and did it!
> The little bundle of joy will be home after a few fixes and additions.
> (water pump, brake brace, alternator and new hoses + anything else to
> make it safe and sound.) I'm nervous and excited about getting the '69
> 2000 home and in my clutches. ^_^ Muahaha!
> I just found out that the pervious owner wants to sell the solex he had
> purchased...and of course I'm thinking 'well, the car's going to be opened
> up anyway for the other fixes....wouldn't this be just a perfect time....'
> My concern is, since I won't be doing it myself, just how much time
> is involved in the conversion? I've seen prices from a few people on
> the list selling theirs...but what's a average cost? Am I just crazy?
> (No need to answer that last part....)
> Anyway, in a short time I'll be zooming up and down 280. Watch out!
> (Pictures on request) :P
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