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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    Today, 12:47 AM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    I wondered when someone would ask that ,its just a bar bolted to the steering arms to keep them straight until I fit the control arms ,it's still in...
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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    Today, 12:31 AM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    The area under the window is already cut away as the fuel tank is in the front, as I did have a storage area over the gearbox where the original tank...
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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    Today, 12:07 AM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    The tilt helps in some ways but it makes the rear bank quite tall when the inlet plenum is sitting on top not that you can see much out the rear...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:35 PM
    islandman replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    The perspective shots really help appreciate the work that has been done. What is the blue bar that goes across the rear wheels for?
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  • Dirk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:21 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread I'm still alive in Talk Nova/Sterling
    Nice to see you still have the car. lets hope you get it back on the road soon. Dirk
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  • Dirk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:19 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Looking very good some nice photos. Dirk
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  • BlueNova's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:51 PM
    BlueNova replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Outside photos look great Mike! Thanks for sharing :thumbup: Thinking ahead, and whilst very easy to do retrospectively, a removable panel in the...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:32 PM
    Spacenut replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    The tilt on the Busso engine designed to allow for a more sloping bonnet actually helps with bulkhead clearance :thumbup: Good work sir! Lauren
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  • Phill's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    Phill replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    It's looking amazing Mike and you have certainly made rapid progress well done:clapping:
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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:40 PM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    I donít think thereís much chance of that Alistair ,Iím sure youíll get the urge to get going again as the better weather arrives, on the subject of...
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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:44 PM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Ok as requested and its such a beautiful day to be outside I've pushed the beast outside and taken some long shots it looks a bit rough at the moment...
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  • Peter's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:09 PM
    Peter replied to a thread Stainless sill covers in For Sale
    I cut a pair for my SS but when it came to fit them the asymmetric properties of the car came to light so had to trim one back quite a bit., still...
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  • BlueNova's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:25 AM
    BlueNova replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Youíre making great progress Mike. For various reasons Iíve not made any progress for a while, but your ĎChristmasí comment reminded me how good it...
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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:52 AM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Thanks for the encouraging comments guys now its movable I'll push it out into the drive and post some distance shots, also I now have most of the...
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  • BlueNova's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:56 AM
    Warm welcome back Keith!! Glad to hear youíve still got your Nova and looking forward to hearing how you get on with the engine, especially as the...
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  • kdnova's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:37 AM
    Just wanted to pup up on here. Not been around for a couple of years. I parked my nova up in 2019 due to an oil leak. Finally stripped engine last...
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  • kdnova's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:28 AM
    kdnova replied to a thread Stainless sill covers in For Sale
    Looks like they are a set of the ones I had made. Glad to see they are still about. I have a set of brushed ones on my car
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:27 AM
    It does look like the rear valance has has some modifications already so potentially more to do than simply bond (or bolt) it back, and may also...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:22 AM
    islandman replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Another milestone, well done. I agree with Steve a couple of shots from a distance would help with the perspective to truly appreciate the work...
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  • steve's Avatar
    25-02-2021, 11:58 PM
    steve replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Nice update and great work :thumbup: I wouldn't mind seeing a pulled-back shot from further out, to get a look at how everything sits on the 'pan.
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  • Dirk's Avatar
    25-02-2021, 10:48 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Great progress looking very good. Dirk
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  • Mikemrb's Avatar
    25-02-2021, 07:30 PM
    Mikemrb replied to a thread The rebuild begins in Your Cars
    Finally supporting itself on its rear suspension, excuse the uses of all the crappy old bolts and fixings just using what I can find in the garage to...
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  • Peter's Avatar
    25-02-2021, 01:01 PM
    Just thought; as the rear section is already cut out why not leave it so and bond a flange onto the body and have as a removable section?
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  • steve's Avatar
    25-02-2021, 01:35 AM
    steve replied to a thread restoring mk1 in Your Cars
    Looking very tidy, good work :thumbup:
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  • BlueNova's Avatar
    24-02-2021, 10:37 PM
    BlueNova replied to a thread restoring mk1 in Your Cars
    Barry, Your car looks really well finished .... have you set up a thread in the 'Your Cars' section? Would be great to see more photos of the rest...
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  • Barry Holden's Avatar
    24-02-2021, 10:08 PM
    Barry Holden replied to a thread restoring mk1 in Your Cars
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  • Barry Holden's Avatar
    24-02-2021, 10:07 PM
    Barry Holden replied to a thread restoring mk1 in Your Cars
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    24-02-2021, 09:40 PM
    That's right Steve - manual canopy too, you can see the Austin Maxi gas rams. The seat shells are interesting because they show that ADD produced the...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    24-02-2021, 09:28 PM
    It's a French Scobra I believe. But clearly derived from the Puma one-piece body shell moulding. I don't dislike it either, but my personal...
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  • Brett's Avatar
    24-02-2021, 06:24 PM
    Brett replied to a thread 009 in Your Cars
    Should have the power lift system for the canopy done today. Just have the pinch sensors to wire in and its done. This is where I installed...
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