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Re: Are there any options for adding heat to the Citicar Old post some one used dc hair dryers for defrost heat. I got some from camping world for my 48 v citi but not installed yet. Rember though anything that draws

John Fortwengler
Feb 26
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Re: Are there any options for adding heat to the Citicar Years back people were using a small propane bottle with a heater head. I think the heater were designed for golf cart or tent use.photos I have seen were the

moe19542000
Feb 26
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Re: Are there any options for adding heat to the Citicar Webasto and Espar make modern diesel-fueled air heaters for semi trucks, RVs and so on. They're clean and reliable and barely sip fuel. The Espar is by far

NeonJohn
Feb 26
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Re: Are there any options for adding heat to the Citicar some old "Hot Rod" heaters were gasoline fed, but now you are carrying gas...... not much to choose from out there. From: john Ledermann

miclinmopar@...
Feb 26
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Are there any options for adding heat to the Citicar Was a heater or at least heated defroster an option? I heard that heat from the motor was used as a heat source. Is that true and did it work at all? I did

john Ledermann
Feb 25
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Re: 1976 Citi-Car for sell HELLO, JOHN,  FROM BOSTON, WITH THE RED 74 CITICAR. DOES ANY ONE KNOW OF A CITICAR GATHERING OR REUNION COMING UP OR SOON TO HAPPEN???   978 408 1281  ALSO

JOHN IOZZA
Feb 24
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Re: Citicar stickers Cmuir@... Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone At Jun 1, 2011, 15:19:27, Stuart Updike wrote: ... Hi REG, I was thinking of molding some out of epoxy resin, but

LANCE LAUDERDALE
Feb 21
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Re: Re Does anyone know the proper key blank for a 1976 Citi-car Doo If you want the same as the original switch call or go on line to elecDirect.com, 800-701-0975. SKU 9677, Cole Hersee 2-position: off-on coded zinc diecast.

ccsr1054
Feb 18
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Re: 75 Citicar in Larz Anderson museum in Boston Gordon Dooley here. Southern California 949 497 6123 I have a nice Citi Car, a Comuta car, Tropica, and the Zebra version of the Tropica also. I have those

gordonldooley
Feb 17
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Re: 75 Citicar in Larz Anderson museum in Boston I don't own the car anymore but I hopefully gave you the serial number when i did.  Steve Sent from my phone. -------- Original message

Steven Michelsen
Feb 17
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Re: 75 Citicar in Larz Anderson museum in Boston Phil/Steve: What is the serial number of the yellow SV/48 at the Anderson auto museum? I would like to add it to the revamped Roster I am working on. Peter

Peter Crisitello
Feb 17
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Re: 75 Citicar in Larz Anderson museum in Boston Nice car. Mine is white but the bumpers and the tires don't look near so nice. John ... Nice car. Mine is white but the bumpers and the tires don't look near

john Ledermann
Feb 16
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75 Citicar in Larz Anderson museum in Boston Phil, Oh sure, NOW I learn the full history of that ‘75 I bought from you in 2010. Oh well, it’s great that you managed to build one up from the rubble,

Steven Michelsen
Feb 16
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Re: 1976 Citi-Car for sell Sorry for the error in posting this message. I meant it to go directly to Peter. It is titled and licensed in MN but not currently for sale. The car is my

john Ledermann
Feb 16
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Re: 1976 Citi-Car for sell John, I may be interested in your citicar. Where are you located? Is there a title for the car? I purchased the cars that were at the amusement park outside

philip welty
Feb 16
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