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True Blue

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  1. Hello Wayne, I received the parts, but I sent you a PM... please take a look.
  2. Hello! Will a Galaxy (~1995) steering wheel fit Escort mk6? (both with airbag) http://www.fordfan.de/fotosgallery/ford-galaxy_48/images/1994FordGalaxyGhiaInterior..jpg I'm asking this because it's also a hexagon Steering Wheel, the centre looks very similar compared to the standard Escort wheel. Thanks.
  3. item has been posted, but as I keep telling you - I don't have a tracking number - just a postage receipt Hi Wayne, good news: I already received the package. It's great, many thanks! I sent you another PM, plz check it again
  4. Hi Wayne, any news? I sent you a PM
  5. plasma dials have sold Yes I can send you just the indicators but it will be same price as the shells will be of no use to me then I sent you a PM
  6. Hello mate, I already have a pair of new morette indicators shells, please could you send to me just the indicators lights??? also, is the plasma dials working perfect?
  7. Hi mate, this steering wheel I have on my car is also rare here, because it was just lauched on the last escorts. I found a front airbag picture from a wooden steering wheel and here is the picture to compare to mine. They seems to be the same, so I think if I just buy the ROTARY COUPLING will fit ok with the airbag one I have with ford badge? http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/ML/Untitled-12.jpg
  8. Hi mate, no problem, I respect your opinion! These "wooden" accessories are unique here, that's why I like them! I want something different.
  9. hey guys, this is my airbag steering wheel: http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/Escort%20Ghia-X%20Restoration/mycar.jpg do you think is it the same from fiesta mk4? the problem seems to be just that my "clock spring" does not fit on the wooden steering wheel. the question is: if I buy just the "UK spec" clock spring will it work OK with my airbag?
  10. EDIT: I think this photo should explain all: http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/ML/escortring.jpg the number two is exactly like the one from my car... the number one is the one fixed with bolts..., so will it fit on that wood steering wheel?
  11. Hello, please I need your help. I bought a walnut dashboard and a wooden steering wheel (from UK) and I spent some time trying to change the airbag steering wheel... tried to use the same one from my car, but did not work!? The ROTARY COUPLING connections (yellow wires) on the back are a bit different: from my car is just joined/fitted with my steering wheel it passes through a square hole. For the wooden steering wheel, the holes are rounded, and it seems to be fixed with bolts. I can pass the wires, but they will not be fixed. http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/ML/comparao.jpg http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/ML/Untitled-2.jpg My Escort is year 2001 and that wooden steering wheel was fitted in a Uk Escort GTi. http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/ML/woodensteeringwheel.jpg If I buy a ROTARY COUPLING for this wooden stering wheel, will it set perfectly to my car? The horn and airbag will work?
  12. just wondering, which is fastest a Escort RS2000 or a Focus ST170? Some people say that the rs2k can beat a standard ST170 here: http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews12520.html
  13. Hi mate, I sent you a PM. EDIT: I sent you an e-mail, the PM box is not working to me, I dont know why
  14. hey mate! make this today, just to test my photoshop skills with the "quick selection tool" lol http://i701.photobucket.com/albums/ww12/Exceedraft/evo%20signatures/heavyrightfoot_sig_by_egsdesign.jpg hope you like?
  15. Hi Trig, I sent you an e-mail.
  16. Hi mate, thanks for your reply. I also found this picture, a mk5b with MK6 steering wheel, so I'm sure it will fit now! http://i.imgur.com/FDryI.jpg
  17. these marks probably are made by a screwdriver or something alike, but they are quite superficial! The plastic dash is still smooth on these scratches... I even thought about sanding or try to paint over these scuffs but to be honest I'm afraid to get worse
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