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You know I am not a huge fan of the tan camo. It will be 383 in the near future, once the FHT and shelter are ready for paint.I suppose. If you like that tan color. It'd look so much cooler in 3 color
If you are interested I can see if a friend of mine would make you a deal on a Champ I once owned.It appears that many of the Austin owners on here are either current or former Gama Goat owners as well. It's something about being an oddball or so danged ugly they're cute (that's the only way I found a wife).
I had to look up "differential valve" as I had only ever heard them called "proportioning valves." I guess you can learn something new every day. I do not believe there is one although I haven't put my hands on every inch of the line yet.Does vehicle have a differential valve on the brake system that is possibly stuck?
Do you get "good" flow when bleeding or just trickle?
I could use some additional parts and I know someone else in need as well. If he wants to sell (and it's worth driving to CA and back) I'd certainly be interested.If you are interested I can see if a friend of mine would make you a deal on a Champ I once owned.
Very much a parts car, the engine is apart but I think the block is good.
Still a roller, and one of the early RR built Champs.
If I read your post correctly yours is also an RR build?
RR built DO have some differences from the Austin builds.
The RR engines are sneered at by some but are works of art, the hard chromed? crankshaft is worthy of display.
The Champ is in the bay area of Kalifornia.
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