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Thanks for heads up. I adjusted the view settings, should be working now.
I contacted stern as well, we'll see what they say.
Was not a too difficult job but it took me some time to find out how to fit it all in. Costs me only $10 on Ebay for the car and two hours of measuring and cutting to fit the white led plastic in the car (most of the time was walking from the cellar to the shack.)
Drilled the screws out on the bottom of the car. Then you have five pieces. Bottom wheel base piece black. Seatings, glass, metal car and a front bumper. Cut with a dremel or just a cutter a small sleve in the black bottom of the car for the wires. Cut off the back seats (kept the front seats) and placed the led flasher inside. Pushed the glass back in and then fit the metal car on top of it all.
I had to dremel a bit of (metal) car bumper on the back to fit the width of the white led plastic but probably not needed a second time when you take more black from the bottom to fit the wires. I wanted to keep the bottom plastic as good as possible but it looked stirder than expected.
Did not even glue it yet together and it stays put without the screws but on the long run I will do that.
Thanks again for the thumbs up!
I always keep a couple of rotation spots in The lineup.
Next time you feel like moving out , give me a shot.
I am thinking of getting rid of my Supper Modded basically SLE BM66. I was asked to do a quick video.. We shall see.
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