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    Yeah, sorry that pic wasn't so clear, had the...

    Yeah, sorry that pic wasn't so clear,
    had the flange on the right'ish side of the picture had the bolt holes drilled it would have been better.

    >> I get the idea, and the fact it adds inherent...
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    On my build (MK1), I bonded in the Side Panels on...

    On my build (MK1), I bonded in the Side Panels on the upper (waistline) flange, and onto the lower edge (Pic), so the lower edge of the SP needed to be trimmed and re-bonded back onto the tub, in...
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    Well done man, look forward to following the...

    Well done man, look forward to following the build :cool1:
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    Good to hear man

    Good to hear man
  5. Thread: My New Nova

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    Nice install man; Just wondering how tall you...

    Nice install man; Just wondering how tall you are, do you have Mk1 car?
  6. Thread: My New Nova

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    Sounds like you are quite a bit taller than the...

    Sounds like you are quite a bit taller than the previous owner, and I don't see a single 'quick fix' for this problem...

    The steering wheel does look to be on the large side, so I would shrink it...
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    Good luck with the car, keep the updates coming.

    Good luck with the car, keep the updates coming.
  8. Thread: Door Mirror

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    Appreciate the feedback folks, I have to say...

    Appreciate the feedback folks,
    I have to say that I like the simplicity of these non-electric mirrors that bolt-through the flange at the pointy end of the window opening...

    They are pretty...
  9. Thread: Nova wanted

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    Hmm, Sounds familiar.... Is it this car? ...

    Hmm, Sounds familiar.... Is it this car?

    http://www.euro-nova.co.uk/vb/showthread.php?7548-Very-nice-NOVA-on-EBAY
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    Looks very tidy. I would like to know more about...

    Looks very tidy.
    I would like to know more about the engine/chassis spec.

    I am wondering if this is Fiatzagato's car(?)
    I sold Patrick a Early Elam rear (bumper) panel and Bedford CF Van rear...
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    Happy new year to Admins & Forum members - All...

    Happy new year to Admins & Forum members - All the best for 2022!
  12. Thread: Door Mirror

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    Door Mirror

    I am looking at options for 'door' mirrors.

    I like this style from a Fiat Seicento 1998-2004,
    It mounts at the front corner of the Window and it's hand adjusted from inside the car.

    And yeah,...
  13. Thread: Life with a Nova

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    Don't do it! :outahere: What condition is the...

    Don't do it! :outahere:

    What condition is the car you are looking at?

    If the body needs to come off, you'll need the right facilities, skills & determination, etc.

    If the body stays on, the...
  14. Thanks folks; I have rented the Garage on a 6...

    Thanks folks; I have rented the Garage on a 6 month deal, I will probably extend for a further 6m assuming there are no issues; Then I'll buy something.

    Back in the old garage I built a Dolly for...
  15. Life has got in the way of this build in recent...

    Life has got in the way of this build in recent times, and to that end I am in the process of moving to a new Garage.

    It is slightly smaller than my current garage, but it has some (fenced off)...
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    Nice update, interesting to see if the...

    Nice update, interesting to see if the sound-proofing works,
    I see Dynamat (Butyl based) being used by a lot US (TV show) rebuilds of older cars.
    Something to think about on my build...
    ...
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    Well done man, nice update. Some interesting...

    Well done man, nice update.
    Some interesting ideas there.

    I was thinking about electronic actuators for the bonnet/front compartment, have not got a workable solution as yet though...
  18. Thread: Nova wanted

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    Hi Gary, Welcome to the Forum, presumably you in...

    Hi Gary, Welcome to the Forum, presumably you in the UK?


    Fully sorted, roadworthy cars don't come up very often,
    but if you visit the forum regularly you'll hear when new cars appear the...
  19. Thread: Pad Help....

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    Nice; Have not seen that brand before. I see the...

    Nice; Have not seen that brand before.
    I see the 2 bleed nipples per side so these aren't 'handed'

    Looks like you can split the case for maintenance if needed as well :cool1:
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    Agree that the car is pricey given that the lump...

    Agree that the car is pricey given that the lump isn't fitted (i.e. you can't test drive it)
    and the reason given for not fitting it seems a bit lame.

    This is Tobias' (Red Vodka) build thread,...
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    Hello Man, Nice update. The rake on that seat...

    Hello Man, Nice update.
    The rake on that seat is pretty steep, unless you are really tall?
    If you are tall, the Steering column may have to be extended a little or you can use a dished steering...
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    Yeah it does make you wonder.-- This is the...

    Yeah it does make you wonder.--

    This is the first time I have seen some good quality pics of the car - I like it!
    I think the colour works, interior/dash is ok, I like the writing on the A...
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    Interesting thanks; I will set something up. ...

    Interesting thanks; I will set something up.

    Silly question: Do you pay Council Tax or Business Rates on a Garage?
  24. Sounds good, I'll need a cuppa by then :cool1:

    Sounds good, I'll need a cuppa by then :cool1:
  25. Thanks Gents, The Fuel Pump will be tricky to...

    Thanks Gents,

    The Fuel Pump will be tricky to swap-out with the body on, but what I meant there was really the elbow fuel fittings particularly those close to the 'box; they were awkward to get...
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