Hmm - the phone was upright when I took it?
Is this one sideways to you?
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- Mon Mar 25, 2019 7:55 pm
- Forum: Registering a Scimitar
- Topic: Questions on Registering GTE in Switzerland
- Replies: 17
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Welcome to the forum Peter :D The CoC (Certificate of Conformance in the EC/EU) is something that was introduced in about 1995. But unfortunately no CoC for any Reliant car exists and it can also not be issued because the Company doesn't exist anymore. The manufacturer is the only one authorized to ...
I had to look at a car to check
Drilling new holes further up would work - as long as you can get to the back to hold a nut (or weld captives in).
Ti extra fuses and updated fuse box cover legend - also see random relay on inner wing. image.jpg Dizzy wiring one side (dizzy side of plug) image.jpg And the other image.jpg Car side (green on the right is green/black) image.jpg And the other image.jpg Disclaimer - I repaired a lot of wiring on thi...
- Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:36 pm
- Forum: Events
- Topic: Curborough Pre Season Test 19th March, 2019
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=CgfdBJJ4QGk Mods I've tried to get the video image to display and no luck. Just looked back in my old posts with videos and many are now just blank; does not even show the youtube url Is this something to do with the recent upgrade :?: Steve, Ian has fixed the problem - w...
- Mon Mar 25, 2019 12:00 pm
- Forum: Non-Technical Discussion
- Topic: Engine replacement for kit car
- Replies: 9
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To answer my own questions - a quick google suggests £5k for a project and £15k for a nice one (private sales and they’re extremely rare so impossible to be accurate) so I’d be spending some money on it and probably keeping it stored properly (a project went at Bonhams in 2005 for £1650!)