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Im back!  Didnt last a year without a Volvo.  Picked up a new family hauler.  Nice car but headlights needed sanded bad.

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There's some kinda wolf standing in the driveway there. Headlight came out nice though. Best one i've used is from sylvania, still only lasted  a few months before developing a less clear yellow tint. 

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She is fond of both German and Swedish cars.

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I just seal the headlights afterwards and reapply once every 6 months or so.  Never had a pair yellow again.  My Benz had the same issue.

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Did a mountain on the most overrated "driving" road in the country. At least the other spots we hit up before it were good. 
P.S. if you're in the area of the ToD hit up Joyce Kilmer Rd. Joyce Kilmer > 129.  

Elliott bought his "new" RHD Scottish import 944 S2 for a shake down. 

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are you guys able to push it on the TAIL? I always thought it was too crowded to get frisky?

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My friend and I did the Overcrest Rally last weekend. We were supposed to be in his whiteblock swapped 240, but he broke it, and we ended up taking my e30. About 400 miles over a day and a half. It was an absolute blast. 

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spent so many years on this forum learning how to fix and improve upon this 98 GLT wagon, finally took her to the scrapper after yanking parts off of it for a few years..(yes thats her on the very top)

 

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