count me in - I have owned this daily driven work truck for over 20 years . Major collector of anything Rampage/Scamp. Fully custom,Targa top,shaved handles w door poppers , S/S bed cover w hydro lift, full leather interior .power windows.heated seats .custom tail lights and bumper,GPS Sat,blue tooth,Ipod dock ,custom center con.HD lamps and much more 277,000 miles and counting. I have had 3 others .Lets keep it going .
Make it the official Rampage/Scamp thread, and I'm in. Need to get some pictures of mine to post. It will be more of a before picture, as mine is about to go in the shop for body & paint work. Doesn't look like much now, but it will be sweet when done.
Then their are those amongst us that don't have the 'Puter smartz to post pix, and too old to change:bang head How you doin' Ron? Looks like you servived Sandy and the winter:thumb: I'm still messin' with under hood wiring on the Lil' Scamp:bang head:bang head Batwagon has been in Reading, Pa. for 7 months now. Hoping to fly in and praying get it back for Carlisle. Got your reservations yet? Hi-ho every body, I'm Jer
Here are some pics of the rear bumper mod I did. I always like the 80s El Camino bumper better than the plain cheap one our cars came with. It was a 2 part project, 1st to remove the old lights and fill in the blanks . Then I had to cut 11 inches from the middle of the new bumper and welt it back together - as you can see I put a 1 inch hitch receiver in as well . I was able to use the original wire harness and bumper mounts so all in all great little project that I am very happy with . Let me know if you think it was worth the effert or a waste of time .
OK, so there are several of us working on these trucks right now. Anybody found a source for the plastic trim clips for the black molding under the rear window? Last time I managed to save them, but this time, well... 30 years hasn't been kind to them. I shouldn't have any issue get clips that will work for the upper trim, in fact last time I found some GM(gasp!) clips that were perfect.
Here is a little project i did on the front amber marker/blinker lights. I never liked the way the amber lens looked in the bumper. No one ever sees them ,but they still bothered me. After removing them I cut the lens off and cleaned the edge up on a belt sander, then made a exact replacemment out of clear lexan ( 2 6X9 pieces from Home Depot - about $5 each) I even painted the shaded area like the originals and used clear 100% silicone adhesive to reattach them. I replaced the old bulbs with new amber LEDs and reinstalled the lamps, Done . Still - no one ever notices them, but I like em. You decide for yourself.
Anyone here well versed in the convertible top mechanicals on these cars? I'm having a latch issue my passenger side latch actually latches but doesn't hold the top down fully. The latch seems to be weak. I wanted to remove the latch to inspect it but have no clue how to remove it. Any advice...
Im looking to install a set of older style tail lights on my dodge Omni. They have the stop/running, reverse and amber turn signal.
I have done this on my 97 Dodge Neon by swapping the Euro tails as they have the amber turn.
My issue is separating the turn signal from also acting a a break...
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