In a message dated 8/21/02 3:56:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Note: I have nothing against modifying the cars, and if you are running
> high power radios or other aftermarket equipment a thorough rehab of the
> original systems is a good idea. But if you are using the car as
> intended, the original electrical system and components still work well,
> are going to maintain the cars value.
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I agree, Kelvin. I suggested it to those who use their car more than just
show it. I did this to mine because I will eventually be adding driving
lights and probably my rally computer. I use the car for TSD rallys. My
Midget is not an original car. It has been desmogged and has a Weber carb,
all done before I bought it.
There is nothing wrong with a proper Lucas fuse block (in good condition) for
a fun car, and an original fuse block is a must for a show car.
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'75 Midget "The Project"
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport
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