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Can anyone comment on or recommend a car door vent visor kit for a Toyota
Corolla? Is there any manufacturer that stands out over others? Do they
stand up well, or do they crack and get loose over time in extreme cold?


My previous car (Tercel) got wet inside a few times when a window was left
open just a small crack..
 
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On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 13:20:00 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
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>When was the last time you saw a rain gutter on a Corolla? Rain gutters
>cost money ;)
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>mike


I have rain gutters on my '92 Corolla Wagon....


They don't cost me a cent and give me a great way to anchor my
kayak....

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Duh, this is 2007. Scott you can get antique plates for your '92 now
Getting parts, now that is another story. . ;)


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> On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 13:20:00 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>When was the last time you saw a rain gutter on a Corolla? Rain gutters
>>cost money ;)
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>>mike

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> I have rain gutters on my '92 Corolla Wagon....
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> They don't cost me a cent and give me a great way to anchor my
> kayak....
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On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 17:41:46 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
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>Duh, this is 2007. Scott you can get antique plates for your '92 now
>Getting parts, now that is another story. . ;)
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>mike


Parts are not a problem, yet....

Plates?

I have 'Florida Supports Veteran''s on it. I don't think they allow
antique and Vet on the same plate.

The plate is more important than trying to impress with an antique
plate....LOL



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The money you save annually, on license fees and insurance, with historic
plates could be donated to the guys. ;)


mike


"Scott in Florida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 17:41:46 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>Duh, this is 2007. Scott you can get antique plates for your '92 now
>>Getting parts, now that is another story. . ;)
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>>mike

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> Parts are not a problem, yet....
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> Plates?
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> I have 'Florida Supports Veteran''s on it. I don't think they allow
> antique and Vet on the same plate.
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> The plate is more important than trying to impress with an antique
> plate....LOL
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On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 18:31:50 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
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>The money you save annually, on license fees and insurance, with historic
>plates could be donated to the guys. ;)
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>mike


As far as I know...there is not a special 'free' plate for historic
cars in Florida.

The money I pay extra for my plate goes to vets, plus it is a nice
plate.

http://www3.hsmv.state.fl.us/Intranet/dmv/specialtytags/a.cfm?id=65


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>"Scott in Florida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>> On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 17:41:46 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
>> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>>Duh, this is 2007. Scott you can get antique plates for your '92 now
>>>Getting parts, now that is another story. . ;)
>>>
>>>
>>>mike

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>> Parts are not a problem, yet....
>>
>> Plates?
>>
>> I have 'Florida Supports Veteran''s on it. I don't think they allow
>> antique and Vet on the same plate.
>>
>> The plate is more important than trying to impress with an antique
>> plate....LOL
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>> Scott in Florida
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"Scott in Florida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 18:31:50 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>The money you save annually, on license fees and insurance, with historic
>>plates could be donated to the guys. ;)
>>
>>
>>mike

>
> As far as I know...there is not a special 'free' plate for historic
> cars in Florida.
>
> The money I pay extra for my plate goes to vets, plus it is a nice
> plate.
>
> http://www3.hsmv.state.fl.us/Intranet/dmv/specialtytags/a.cfm?id=65
>


In Illinois, motor vehicles must be at least 25 years old to qualify for
antique plates, an the vehicles are only supposed to be driven to and from
shows, exhibitions, and service stations.

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> Can anyone comment on or recommend a car door vent visor kit for a Toyota
> Corolla? Is there any manufacturer that stands out over others? Do they
> stand up well, or do they crack and get loose over time in extreme cold?
>
>
> My previous car (Tercel) got wet inside a few times when a window was left
> open just a small crack..


Try the vent shades at www.mats.com. A technician friend installed that
brand on his pickup and is very happy with them.
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"Ray O" <rokigawaATtristarassociatesDOTcom> wrote in message
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> "Scott in Florida" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 18:31:50 -0500, "Mike Hunter"
>> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>>The money you save annually, on license fees and insurance, with
>>>historic
>>>plates could be donated to the guys. ;)

>>
>> As far as I know...there is not a special 'free' plate for historic
>> cars in Florida.
>>
>> The money I pay extra for my plate goes to vets, plus it is a nice
>> plate.
>>
>> http://www3.hsmv.state.fl.us/Intranet/dmv/specialtytags/a.cfm?id=65
>>

> In Illinois, motor vehicles must be at least 25 years old to qualify for
> antique plates, an the vehicles are only supposed to be driven to and
> from shows, exhibitions, and service stations.
>


Same in NJ, although I believe that the restriction differs in that there
is just a limit on miles driven per year. Big discount on insurance too.
Tomes
 
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