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Old 20th June 2010, 18:29   #556
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door pulls not door handles which incidentally is smaller and chrome finished


What's the difference in the two ? i understood the difference in the size and finish. How are their uses different ?
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What's the difference in the two ? i understood the difference in the size and finish. How are their uses different ?
the inner door handle (chrome )as shown in the photo here below is used to flick open the door from inside and the black door pull is to pull the door from inside for closing .
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door pulls not door handles which incidentally is smaller and chrome finished



No this is not the dashboard grab handle which is much smaller in thickness and also doesnt have this mount
please see this photo of the grab handle below
. as far as my knowledge goes this type of thinner black door pulls came only in 1967 models in USspecs and all 1968-1973 VW1200 sedans in most countries
Thank you for the clarification,

Now can we have the price, it suits my car, so would not mind picking it up.
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Looking for a Studebaker, Champion, 1956 / 1957 - hood ornament original or reproduced. I am uplaoding some images for ready reference:

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Looking for a Studebaker, Champion, 1956 / 1957 - hood ornament original or reproduced. I am uplaoding some images for ready reference:

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May have the first one but not the second.
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May have the first one but not the second.
Could you please confirm on this ?
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Could you please confirm on this ?
Give me 2 days time. I will call you and let you know..
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Give me 2 days time. I will call you and let you know..
Thanks. Look forward to hearing from you.
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Looking for a 3 cylinder petrol engine. With an automatic transmission.

Must fit a M-800 or a Santro.

Preferably a complete kit.


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here is an NOS VW bug 1967 only (also for 1968-1973 VW 1200models in some countries) inner door pull available with the mounting bracket.
As per your instruction, i got in touch with the person having this item. Called twice, He seems to be confused, he said will get back to me, waiting till date.

Probably, He does not seem to like me

Is it still available for sale?

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Looking for a 3 cylinder petrol engine. With an automatic transmission.

Must fit a M-800 or a Santro.

Preferably a complete kit.




As per your instruction, i got in touch with the person having this item. Called twice, He seems to be confused, he said will get back to me, waiting till date.

Probably, He does not seem to like me

Is it still available for sale?
I dont understand why he should not like you?? AFAIK it along with some other parts are available with him but it seems the parts are in his hometown
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Guys,
A friend who owns a Fiat Elegant 1957 (with the original 'small' headlights) has lost a headlight ring.
Desperately needs one, as he doesn't have a replacement piece..

He has threatened to modify the hapless car's fenders to accommodate the 'large' headlight if he doesn't get a ring soon.

Any leads ??
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Guys,
A friend who owns a Fiat Elegant 1957 (with the original 'small' headlights) has lost a headlight ring.
Desperately needs one, as he doesn't have a replacement piece..

He has threatened to modify the hapless car's fenders to accommodate the 'large' headlight if he doesn't get a ring soon.

Any leads ??
Wow who owns a 57 with original lights? is he in Mumbai?
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Wow who owns a 57 with original lights? is he in Mumbai?
Yup. The chap stays at Matunga (CR). I don't know what make his lights are, but they're as small as they get. . His name is Chetan Karia, he had attended one of our meets at DPC a couple of years ago.
The Elegant's in a strange shade of purple.
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