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    Quote Originally Posted by Accipiter View Post
    Also, the carpet job in the trunk is like that because of that white plate there. The PO made a handy little modification to replace the fuel pump assembly.
    I thought that was a sheet of paper

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    You know, if you're gonna do that, Bass Pro Shop has got these slick little electric motors that you can put on the front of your boat. It's much quieter that way.
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    I have no idea what you did there.
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    • Replaced turn signal flasher relay.
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    • Cleaned throttle body and replaced air and fuel filters.
    • Replaced PCV valve, O2 sensor, EGR vacuum hose, alternator belt, power steering belt, and air conditioning belt.
    • Removed differential cover and drained gear oil, cleaned and ground cover, replaced cover and refilled with new gear oil.
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    Very cool project! My older brother was huge into Knight Rider from '82 when the show started. He built a KITT replica in '83-'84 when the show was still on.

    You are better off with an '86 than an earlier car as the 3rd gen cars got better as years went up. Also, IMHO you are better off w/o T-tops. No leaks! It can get pretty expensive getting them not to leak...

    I believe I have a set of take off tail lights from my old '84 T/A. They have been stored indoors since 1990 and are in really nice shape as I recall. You may rather a set of crappy ones though, since you will need to drill into them to attach the tail light blackout panel. Anyway, PM me if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeMopar View Post
    I believe I have a set of take off tail lights from my old '84 T/A. They have been stored indoors since 1990 and are in really nice shape as I recall.
    Definitely interested, though depending on the trim level it might look exactly like the ones I already have. Can you take a pic?
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    if ur doing a KITT, youre definitely going to want those 84 TA tail lamps. They are the correct ones underneath the black out panel.

    All 3 of my 3rd Gen TAs had TTops.... and they ALL leaked like crazy.


    Oddly enough, im looking for a GTA with TTops..... weird..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accipiter View Post
    Definitely interested, though depending on the trim level it might look exactly like the ones I already have. Can you take a pic?
    Sure thing. I will round them up when I get home from work and take a pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    if ur doing a KITT, youre definitely going to want those 84 TA tail lamps. They are the correct ones underneath the black out panel.
    Absolutely correct. I was planning to put some feelers out there for the proper tail lights as well as start looking at some junk yards. And I also plan on getting the single-piece blackout panel since the three-piece looks like crap.
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