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Old 02-29-2012, 08:38 PM
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Unhappy Long Quest Completed

Finally Found and re powder coated a correct Alpina dead pedal for my B7 coupe here in states

Euro Alpinists would never send one over.

Its been several years but it is now done.

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links in case;
http://dimauro.lunarpages.net/displa...630&fullsize=1
http://dimauro.lunarpages.net/displa...up&cat=0&pos=0

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looks good!
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Yeah, that does look good

Why wouldn't anyone send you something so simple?
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