I would be interested if the prominent member gets it up and running and then unfortunately decides to sell it on!
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- Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:19 am
- Forum: Non-Technical Discussion
- Topic: Horror stories
- Replies: 15
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Beware of buying a former "fully maintained" lease car too! The lease companies only carry out the bare minimum of work necessary! My Company lease car had a major service last year when according to the schedule, the cam belt should have been changed. A month later the old frayed cam belt snapped, ...
- Tue Sep 19, 2017 7:51 am
- Forum: Members' Business Services
- Topic: Classic Microcars and AJL Electronics Gloucester
- Replies: 62
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I'll look out for your spray booth on the news!...."Spray booth....Last seen entering Welsh airspace!"
You can buy plastic "nests" which are obviously much less corrosion-prone. (not totally, as the chrome rings are still chromed steel, but at least it's a step in the right direction :) ) That sounds a good bet! The drivers side one was okay with just a little light corrosion at the bottom which I p...
Headlamp now painted and re assembled...But when I took the old sealed beam unit out on the passenger side, the mounting behind fell to pieces in a cloud of rust! The bowl behind is pretty corroded too! Looks like I need some more parts!! :? 20170918_172827.jpg 20170918_172642.jpg 20170918_172633.jpg
- Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:08 pm
- Forum: For Sale
- Topic: 1979 Scimitar GTE SE6a FOR SALE
- Replies: 12
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Thanks for the parts Andy! I've fitted the one headlight to the drivers side and the other lamp I cooked in the oven at lunch time with my pasty! Once warmed up I separated the glass from the bowl and I've repainted the reflector with " chrome" style paint! I just need to re mastic the parts back to...
I will try to get over to you this weekend if you're about!