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  • Dirk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:54 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    I have to agree that the seal makes a much nicer job. It does seam funny though that in the 70's 80's a bonded screen was quite innovative, the...
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  • wizrod's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:13 PM
    wizrod replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    TY for the link! Mine is installed well below (1cm..ish ) the outer skin level with not obvious bowing. Its held in place with black sealant...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • MartinB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:16 PM
    I'm just replacing front disc calipers, master cylinder, and the dust guards. Having now painted the dust guards and tried to fit them using the...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:15 PM
    islandman replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    A whole thread on the topic here : http://www.euro-nova.co.uk/vb/showthread.php?6694-Windscreen-Seal/page2&highlight=windscreen+seal basically my...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • wizrod's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:13 PM
    wizrod replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    That looks excellent, David - where did you get the seal? Was it something custom, ordered through the club, or did you make it up yourself from...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • islandman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:03 AM
    islandman replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    why not go with one of the new generation of seals? They look smart, are reasonably flush fitting as per mine and Jim's and hide many sins :wink:
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • Spacenut's Avatar
    17-10-2017, 08:14 PM
    Spacenut replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    Thanks guys, your feedback is greatly appreciated. It looks like there is some evidence to suggest that this problem is endemic to the design of the...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • MartinB's Avatar
    17-10-2017, 04:54 PM
    MartinB replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    Similar to my screen fit in that each of the four corners sit below the top surface but the centre of the top and bottom are a few mm proud. This was...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • Phill's Avatar
    17-10-2017, 07:57 AM
    Phill replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    I removed my screen some months ago and have yet to refit it. When I rest it in the aperture it sits proud of the flange in the centre at the top of...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 11:29 PM
    islandman replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    Lauren, I believe this is common to all our cars, maybe to different degrees. On my Alfa Nova the original screen sat proud in that same area, the...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • Dirk's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 10:03 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread Pog's sterling.... in Your Cars
    Looking very nice. I love the 3D printing very jealous. Dirk
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  • Dirk's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 09:58 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    Not quite the same, but similar enough. I don't know if you remember from my posts that my windscreen pillars were warped because of the body being...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 09:06 PM
    Spacenut replied to a thread Pog's sterling.... in Your Cars
    Love the warning light display - bold graphics, unequivocal message, no flim-flam :cool1:
    531 replies | 38835 view(s)
  • Spacenut's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 08:58 PM
    Spacenut started a thread Windscreen Curvature in Bodywork
    Hi guys - I've encountered a slightly vexing problem on my rebuild. When I cut out part of the canopy inner skin in order to re-site the wiper motor,...
    10 replies | 133 view(s)
  • vpogv's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 06:56 PM
    vpogv replied to a thread Pog's sterling.... in Your Cars
    It's PLA which isn't ideal as they do have a tendency to warp at hot temperatures. The indicators were done with a high infill and with the cap I am...
    531 replies | 38835 view(s)
  • BlueNova's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 04:11 PM
    That's excellent Jim .... I'm sure everyone will much prefer looking at your photo from Castle Coombe for a whole month rather than my rusty chassis...
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • MartinB's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 03:57 PM
    MartinB replied to a thread Pog's sterling.... in Your Cars
    I like your display, looks very smart! How durable are the printed parts - what is the material?
    531 replies | 38835 view(s)
  • bobbybrown's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 03:11 PM
    Jim has sent over a great photo so all is well. Can anyone else who has their name on the list who is yet to send photos please do so asap, I'll...
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • vpogv's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 03:03 PM
    vpogv replied to a thread Pog's sterling.... in Your Cars
    Decided to start getting wiring done for the dash section as it was taking up space in the garage and hindering the wife's car from parking inside. ...
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  • jim73vw's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 02:59 PM
    My picture is of Martha and I in the Nova at Castle Coombe, but only our car. I will send Dan a couple of the decent group shots now in case, and...
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • islandman's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 09:37 AM
    islandman replied to a thread Tobias's Nova in Your Cars
    The modern classic was my aim also, also changing the plate helped and no one believes its 40 years old! But having self-destructed two air-cooled...
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  • BlueNova's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 08:32 AM
    OK Dan, but before I select something, what about using one of the photos from Castle Coombe with Jim, David, Mark, Dirk, etc driving on the track?...
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • bobbybrown's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 01:23 AM
    They would be suitable, I like to show the rebuild stages aswell as finished cars, just as interesting
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • Red_Vodka's Avatar
    16-10-2017, 12:38 AM
    Red_Vodka replied to a thread Tobias's Nova in Your Cars
    Thank you Alistair for the in-depth response. I have spoken to insurers and its not that much more over my existing plan thankfully. Furthermore the...
    102 replies | 3941 view(s)
  • BlueNova's Avatar
    15-10-2017, 10:19 PM
    Dan, I've been looking through old photos, but you've already had my best 2 (this year's and the one I sent you for 2018). I can give you plenty...
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • BlueNova's Avatar
    15-10-2017, 09:46 PM
    BlueNova replied to a thread Tobias's Nova in Your Cars
    Hi Tobias, I'm at the early stages of rebuilding my Nova. My engine turns over by hand, so hopefully it'll be fine when I get round to checking...
    102 replies | 3941 view(s)
  • Red_Vodka's Avatar
    15-10-2017, 04:40 PM
    Red_Vodka replied to a thread Tobias's Nova in Your Cars
    All sorted. I have done my research and don't intend to thrash it.
    102 replies | 3941 view(s)
  • JONESY25's Avatar
    15-10-2017, 02:51 PM
    JONESY25 replied to a thread Tobias's Nova in Your Cars
    I hope you have additional external oil cooler with electric fan to go on it. You may even need forced air flow to keep it cool. Those sort of...
    102 replies | 3941 view(s)
  • bobbybrown's Avatar
    15-10-2017, 11:32 AM
    Ok no problem...Any takers?
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
  • Supanovakit's Avatar
    15-10-2017, 08:33 AM
    Unfortunately can’t find the hi res image I was hoping to use, please let someone else have the slot. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    36 replies | 913 view(s)
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