Does anyone have a photo of that location? or can you describe that location
a bit more I'd like to see it on my Sprite.
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 8:39 PM, CosmicMag1380 <email@example.com>wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Alan Inglis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I've always wanted a Bug-eye. I've found an older acid dipped body
> tub, hood, doors and back axle and pretty much nothing else. There are
> no VIN #. There is something inside the door A panel and I can read
> AN5 and the rest is illegible.
> There is a body number stamped just down from the cowl on the
> passenger side under the bonnet. Look for a metal wire hold down that
> is welded in place. It should be very close to the number. That
> number, not the one on the door tag will get you the real VIN if you
> buy a British Motor Heritage certificate for the car. You can buy an
> original VIN tag with proof of ownership after the VIN is
> Most mechanical and suspension parts from the models you list will
> work. You can even use later model parts for disk brakes, dual master
> cylinder, etc.
> You can also find nice Bugeyes for a lot less than 23K... That is
> close to top dollar for these cars so I would not recommend buying at
> that price without an expert appraising the car first.
> 1960 Bugeye
> 1967 Sprite - following in the 73's footsteps to the boneyard...
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