I am changing my Victor to negative ground. Seems easy to get the gauges to work correctly, thought so anyway. I switched the strap between the gauges to thelaunchpd62
This one showed up in a Facebook group, I don't think it's advertised just word of mouth... "Was at a British car show outside Buffalo, New York today when aenvoynut
Mark, had the same thing happen to the estate. They looked like spider webs, and once I started sanding, found rust. I sanded roof down to the metal and 2kalrobles42
Vauxhall's and Bedford's are one of the forgotten import makes and this group aims to create a higher profile for them. Also a longer-term goal is to compile a registry of Vauxhall's in North America. New... check out the group photo album - public version - at http://community.webshots.com/user/northamericanvauxhalls
For a primer, this is a link to an article I've written about the history of Vauxhall in North America - http://www.britishcarforum.com/writers.html (article called "Vauxhall History in North America")
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