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    You can get a reasonably good one at a pretty low...

    You can get a reasonably good one at a pretty low price, my stabila laser's been a godsend for work and there are several other things I couldn't have done easily without it
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    I think you're right. While I could afford this,...

    I think you're right. While I could afford this, its to big a project for me :(
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    I don't recall anyone figuring out the number...

    I don't recall anyone figuring out the number plate, but I did make sure it had the nose undertray which was separated and mistakenly listed as a custom bonnet
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    Eagle SS project on Ebay

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Eagle-SS-KIT-CAR-1979/124118016018?_trkparms=aid%3D888008%26algo%3DDISC.CARDS%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200220090753%26meid%3D8c2457064b75459f9e813e95618ca6ff%26pid%3D100009%26rk%3...
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    I don't remember who mentioned it, but aren't any...

    I don't remember who mentioned it, but aren't any of the pantograph arms on some lorries/trucks, busses, coaches and tractors etc a viable option?
    They're certainly longer.
  6. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    Thanks, its been a while since I used flux wire.

    Thanks, its been a while since I used flux wire.
  7. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    Am I right in thinking you have to reverse the...

    Am I right in thinking you have to reverse the poles when using flux cored wire?
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    I've worked in some fashion or another on cars...

    I've worked in some fashion or another on cars since I was twelve thanks to my old man, including brake pipes etc and have never seen the point in getting premade kits.

    Making and installing your...
  9. Thread: Sad News

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    ... Jim, I know what it is like to lose someone...

    ...
    Jim, I know what it is like to lose someone to cancer and I know how words just aren't enough...

    All I can offer is my condolences and thoughts to you and your family.

    And as Buffy said;...
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    I like that yellow mk1 capri :)...

    I like that yellow mk1 capri :)
    https://bidonline.ncmauctions.co.uk/auctions/7367/ncm-au10254/lot-details/3cd3187d-6f08-4dbd-9055-ab58009795a5
  11. Or as my last example proved, things can get lost...

    Or as my last example proved, things can get lost in translation, even when we speak the same language :lmfao:
  12. Umm... :ermm: I believe my choice of words...

    Umm... :ermm:

    I believe my choice of words sounded more elaborate than I intended since I usually get away with the low tech method of double checking my joints and making sure all brake calipers...
  13. I don't know about others, but I've never needed...

    I don't know about others, but I've never needed to use lubricant of any kind when joining brake pipes etc and while I tighten everything up, I ALWAYS do a pressure test after the work is complete.
    ...
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    The closest I've come to finding something...

    The closest I've come to finding something remotely close to what he wants, is baja style exhausts, most, like the zooms are low hung and with that in mind, I keep going back to getting a fabricator...
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    I used to use german&swedish when I had a bug,...

    I used to use german&swedish when I had a bug, but thats twenty years out of date, other than that, I can think of vw heritage or ebay off the top of my head.
    I didn't see that style on any of my...
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    I subscribed to his channel to watch the progress...

    I subscribed to his channel to watch the progress :)
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    Love the pictures, my favorites are your nova,...

    Love the pictures, my favorites are your nova, the interceptor, the fugitive and the pantera.
    If I had the funds and space, I'd own one of each! :D
  18. Thread: IVA for a NOVA?

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    Wow, thats a lot of useful information, thank you...

    Wow, thats a lot of useful information, thank you BBC and welcome back to the forum! :thumbup:
  19. You may wish to inquire about the under tray for...

    You may wish to inquire about the under tray for the nose since it also appears to be missing?
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    I stand corrected and educated :)

    I stand corrected and educated :)
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    A very good point! Sleeveless crimps are...

    A very good point!
    Sleeveless crimps are definitely stronger and soldering them is a good touch too!
    Doing that and coating them with heat shrink may seem like an excessive load of effort, but they...
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    I'm a fan of heat shrink sleeves, they're more...

    I'm a fan of heat shrink sleeves, they're more likely to stay where you put it :)
    The crimping tool might do the job but I personally prefer the type that forces an indent into the crimp, they seem...
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    Glad to hear it :D

    Glad to hear it :D
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    They were informed and the part was added to the...

    They were informed and the part was added to the NOVA listing :)
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    David, you might want to support the skoobynova's...

    David, you might want to support the skoobynova's nose, its starting to droop under its own weight
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