Post 9-11, I assume? Did they want proof it was a dummy or ask for it to be removed? Was the guy with the rubber gloves extra thorough?One of my early deuces had an old dummy pineapple style grenade on the shifter.
It's all fun and games until you try to enter a military instillation.
Ask me how I know.
That terminal spray is a good idea especially for the clutch switch which is in the wheel well - thanks for the tip.I like to use the battery terminal protector spray on most connections. Leaves a gel coating over open terminals. It also lubes the rubber shell connectors well.
I'm curious to see if your rear valve cover with the vent will rub the hood slightly like mine. Although I think my hood is bent, probably from too much foot traffic!
Your project looks great!
That's some "fancy footwork" right there:
- How did you get all that done ("in-house", fabrication shop of some kind)?
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