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Old 03-25-2013, 01:03 AM
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What are these things?

Is anybody familiar with these couple of things under the headlight switch?

Could these be for fog lamps?

What are these things?-imageuploadedbytapatalk1364187798.339954.jpg
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Fogs are "pull out" of headlight switch.

Look like driver-installed monkey business switches.

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Oil slick dispenser on the left and passenger ejector seat on the right. VIN pulls up a previous owner named Bond, James Bond. Use synthetic in the oil slick tank and if tacks are original, consider replacing with modern titanium version.
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Oil slick dispenser on the left and passenger ejector seat on the right. VIN pulls up a previous owner named Bond, James Bond. Use synthetic in the oil slick tank and if tacks are original, consider replacing with modern titanium version.
Marrs is right. I have some genuine NOS steel tacks if you're looking for originality -- only $37 a tack.
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Old 03-25-2013, 09:50 AM
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Marrs is right. I have some genuine NOS steel tacks if you're looking for originality -- only $37 a tack.
well, that's certainly a tackful remark!
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