AAAAAhhhhh, both are such good examples of clean 3rd gen wagons.
omg sooo clean
new wheels look good... maybe could up the tire size a little bit or lower the wagon a little bit????
love this wagon...
Don't listen to all these guys about lowering your car they are perfect the way they sit. This forum has a bad habit of telling every new member that they have to slam their cars to the ground (mine sits super low as well, low enough to be illegal in the wonderful world of Germany).
Beautiful cars, some of the cleanest on this forum!
I had the same problem with my Pioneer/Land Rover unit. I happened to find a factory repair place using google search. Works great now and had an Ipod/Aux hook up installed at the same time.
Sounds like your drive gear on the tape motor broke, it happens they get brittle. And the output solder has broken, another common problem with old electronics. All those problems are fixable but rather costly compared to a new deck.
I would try a local place for electronic repair first then try online if they can't help.
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anyway, nice ride, the word vintage(!) pops up : )
awesome updates, lovin it
Lovin' the mustard.
Roverville.us is their website. I think they will only do "Land Rover" factory decks but could be worth a shot.
I love that Nardi wheel, Looks awesome with the shift knob. Good work
your seat repairs inspire me. wish I was a little more resourceful
thats sick, now i have some inspiration for my 1986 rt