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  • #387

    Moose
    Keymaster

    Welcome to the new Cortezcoach.com! The site has been rebuilt from the ground up, and I hope will prove more user friendly. Please let me know if you have any suggestions!

    Moose

    #388

    Aaron
    Participant

    I was getting worried the site was down for good. I’m glad it’s back and it looks sharp

    #389

    Moose
    Keymaster

    Thanks! Sorry it was down for so long!

    #456

    Steve Thomsen
    Participant

    Looks great Moose, Thanks!

    Steve

    #489

    Thanks for all your work getting the site back up – looks great

    #565

    John
    Participant

    Glad u’r back Moose. VERY SPARP!

    #566

    Joshua C. Shields
    Participant

    Great to see this sight back up. I would really like to be able to download and/or print the PDF files though.

    #572

    Moose
    Keymaster

    Hey Josh! PDFs are now downloadable. Look for the download button at the bottom of the pdf on the bottom toolbar. I was waiting to pay for that feature until I tried the program out a bit first.

    #578

    Tony
    Participant

    Hi Moose!

    The sure looks great.

    Tony

    #586

    Lonnie Boyer
    Participant

    Moose ; I’ve had a problem with the sales ad I tried to run. I’ve had the whole thing filled out twice,but the fill in your price flashes up. I’ve put it in letters & #’s and it keeps saying the same thing . ( enter your price )

    #604

    Moose
    Keymaster

    Hey Lonnie, I updated the classifieds program, so try it again. I created a test ad and it works for me. When you enter the price only put in the numerals, no dollar sign or other punctuation.

    #774

    chuck
    Participant

    Mister Moose,

    Am grateful for your efforts. Finding out in a rapid fashion being a Clark Cortez owner requires patience and dedication.

    One question… How realistic is it to restore to original a 1968? Am down to metal and am having great difficulty finding Clark parts. Leaning towards a modern renovation at this point.

    Happy Motoring, Chuck

    #775

    Moose
    Keymaster

    Hey Chuck! Full restoration might prove to be difficult, but I think you should be able to do a pretty decent rest-mod. Most parts used by Clark were off-the-shelf parts from other manufacturers. For the most part, only the transaxle, axles and hubs and some interior parts were made specifically for the Cortez. Some things might require a good parts house who can look up the old part reference numbers.

    Good Luck!
    Moose

    #778

    chuck
    Participant

    Mister Moose,

    Greetings. Again thanks for helping Cortez owners.
    I am on a time-frame and budget, so sadly complete
    100% restoration is impossible. Also a few owners have
    tried partial renovation, leaving a mishmash with very
    little original left. The exterior was spray-painted,
    WITH CANS! yellow with and orange stripe. The four bottom
    corners all need replacement, master brake cylinder, and
    straps holding tanks are rusty.
    The good news is the body and roof are solid, the motor
    purrs, and all 5 tires are brand-new. So starting from
    scratch with new electrical wiring, adding rooftop solar
    and portable wind. Thinking of going all electric, no propane.
    Any Ideas are helpful.

    Also included, miraculously, are original manuals. Would
    be happy to send copy for archives. (Have to find nerd to
    do the copying/sending.

    Happy Motoring,Chuck

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