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  • WmWatt
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    Nice. My Canadian '89 L has factory installed engine block heater and rear window defroster. Pretty sure that would be standard up here.

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  • Dex~
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    Neat little chart, turns out I have 91 L with the Sport Appearance Package (sunroof and stripes) and now I have 2 little hatchbacks with no rear speakers (The Festy and my 86 Horizon)

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  • Flyin4stroke
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    Originally posted by Pierrus60 View Post
    does anyone know if i can fit 15x7 wheels with +35 mm offset and 195/50/15 tires on my festiva 1993 ?[ATTACH=CONFIG]17813[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]17814[/ATTACH]
    It will need rear spacers. Fronts will fit if not lowered.

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  • Pierrus60
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    does anyone know if i can fit 15x7 wheels with +35 mm offset and 195/50/15 tires on my festiva 1993 ?$_27.jpgIMG223.jpg

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  • jawbraeka
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    here is a vin decoder that does all cars it seems

    http://www.vin-decoder.net/

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  • Prafeston
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    My '92 L didn't have rear speakers and when I went to put 4" speakers in the stock locations it looked like nothing had ever been screwed into the screw holes.

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  • TorqueEffect
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    Now didn't the L models not come with rear speakers? I saw an article somewhere where only the higher trimmed models had them.
    Which would explain why there wasn't any rear speakers in my 91'L when I bought it.
    I had originally thought someone in the past had removed them from the car and never re installed them.

    Originally posted by Bert View Post
    You would actually want something like that? American Festys had electric belts and, luckily, Canadian ones didn't. I loathe the whole concept of a car 'buckling me up' instead of my deciding when to 'buckle up'. Try opening your car door at low speed just to pick up a newspaper (or something like that) some time, and then tell me how much you like those automatic belts. Luckily no one makes them anymore (my experience was with an auto seatbelt 94 Saturn) because they were a GD nuisance. And the whole idea of 20 years later of wanting to repair/service replace one to me is like volunteering to have your teeth pulled.
    I think the electric belts are neat as well, I haven't had any gripes with them in the last five months I have been driving with mine, other than the fact it makes allot of people forget to secure their lapbelt.

    Quite a few people that have never seen them when they get into my car think they are neat. Makes for a bit of a conversation piece.

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  • Bert
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    Originally posted by jawbraeka View Post
    can someone please tell me what overseas models had the electric seatbelts please as i have an australian 1991 Ford Festiva 5 door and want to put them into it as i think it would be rather cool to have that feature.

    Also i want to know what size the roof liner is so that way i can do a complete swap and have it uniform but also i need to know what size the 1991 Ford Festiva 5 door WA model is?
    You would actually want something like that? American Festys had electric belts and, luckily, Canadian ones didn't. I loathe the whole concept of a car 'buckling me up' instead of my deciding when to 'buckle up'. Try opening your car door at low speed just to pick up a newspaper (or something like that) some time, and then tell me how much you like those automatic belts. Luckily no one makes them anymore (my experience was with an auto seatbelt 94 Saturn) because they were a GD nuisance. And the whole idea of 20 years later of wanting to repair/service replace one to me is like volunteering to have your teeth pulled.

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  • bravekozak
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    That auction is up today.

    500.00 JPY = 6.39018 USD

    It's only shipping thats killer!

    Too bad this manual is not available in electronic format.
    Last edited by bravekozak; 09-09-2012, 07:38 AM.

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  • jawbraeka
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    also found this too.

    http://page11.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/n52859063

    Probably needs translating to english though and could be quite valuable in the long run.

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  • jawbraeka
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    if anyone is interested, i found this on the Japanese yahoo auction site

    http://page13.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/r93326322

    Two catalogs on the different features of the festiva and how to customize it as well.

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  • jawbraeka
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    is there a spreadsheet like that that lists all the 'optional and rare options" floating around somewhere at all.. as in what countries offered special features like electric aerial, cup holders (if any), dash case (i have seen ONE once in a photo on the internet) and the like?

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  • shadetree
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    Post some pics

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  • Darlo
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    I've never heard of it, but I am not the one to ask, lol......

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  • felixthekatt48
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    eddie bauer edition

    ok check it out i just bought an 88 ford festiva eddie bauer edition i have no idea if such a thing even exists but it looks right it is an 88 with stick gold interior factory red and gold paint like the eddie bauers what i wanna know is it real? or is it some made up junk and some dude put a bunch of money into it it has an electric sunroof and power mirrors the mirrors i know are factory for a fact the seats have a goldish vinyl on the sides and the top is fabric and is a whitish tan color the headliner is a white color the numbers on the gage are yellow would really like to know if the car is the real deal or a fake and i need facts fellas i might have a one of a kind on my hands

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