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6/30/14 3:55 p.m.

Mechanically speaking, the steering is the biggest frustration. Nearly every 124-series car—in every variation—was equipped with traditional steering box/drag link setup, which makes for a lot of moving pieces and a lot of maintenance: six tie rod ends/ball joints, a steering box that requires lash…

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rj_marks None
7/9/14 7:28 p.m.

Just received Vicks radiator. Looking forward to install and cooler running. - RJ Marks

vjonesjr New Reader
10/12/22 7:23 p.m.

One of my running buddies in high school had a nice looking Spider in 1972.  I admired its independent rear suspension, disc brakes and high tech engine.  Then he burned a piston and when  he finally found a replacement (in Tulsa, OK) it cost $800!  In 1973$!  I turned away, hugged my '65 MGB roadster, and never let it go to this day.

stu67tiger Reader
10/12/22 9:27 p.m.

My '70 124 Spyder had rust holes through the rocker panels in 1972.  Fun to drive, but I sold it as soon as that was fixed.

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