I was not clear about the Brazil connection. Justin , Who first owner vintage Arizona and bought the name from Kirk,for months and months kept saying that the speedometer was in customs which is a little interesting idea..
Once again to save money he had to have a mechanical speedometer. And I asked him why a mechanical speedometer. He came up with the idea that it is legal in all municipalities. I’m sure somewhere somehow there might be some truth to this but the bottom line is he wanted to save money once again. So I have , like a lot of the old mechanical speedometers , it jumps And is pretty accurate but back and everybody else I think use electronic speedometers
The roof that they fabricated Appears from a distance like a roof , but if you look closer it is the cheapest constructed Roof I’ve ever seen. I’m glad I’m in Arizona and I really took off the roof since It rains so little and the one time I was caught in a little bit of rain it was like driving a motorcycle in the rain.