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  1. Just doing some prep for paint; How do you get...

    Just doing some prep for paint; How do you get the trailing arm bushes out?
    I gave the central tube decent whack with club hammer, nothing doing...?

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    Top work, looking great well done! I like the...

    Top work, looking great well done!

    I like the switch bank near the side pocket,
    you have the Hazards on there, what are the other switches? I plan on doing something similar.
  3. Hello mate, I can't argue with that, but I'm past...

    Hello mate, I can't argue with that, but I'm past that point, I sticking with it as is.
  4. Hello mate, The pump sits low, its the lowest...

    Hello mate, The pump sits low, its the lowest point in the system, if there is air in the pump, then I'm walking to the petrol station ;-)

    hmmm interesting to hear about the noisy pump...
    I took...
  5. Thread: Tail Lights

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    Really like the shape of that back-end. The...

    Really like the shape of that back-end.
    The spoiler (above the rear window) with built in brake light is a very nice.
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    When it comes to using the Nova as a 'daily...

    When it comes to using the Nova as a 'daily driver' - you are the guv'nor.
  7. Not the most exciting set of photos, but they do...

    Not the most exciting set of photos, but they do represent progress.

    I have extended/converted the 'ports' at the base of the fuel tank 30mm downwards so that I'm now using standard banjo fittings...
  8. Hi Alistair, This is the design FYI. BUT it...

    Hi Alistair,
    This is the design FYI.
    BUT it will only fit on cars with a box section preimieter welded in.
    So you will have to tweak the design.
    I am getting mobile welder in to fit these and a...
  9. Cheers man, yeah we'll see. I plan on using one...

    Cheers man, yeah we'll see.
    I plan on using one for the bottom seat belt mount as well, some details to be worked out there...

    This is the prototype, I am getting another made which has a shorter...
  10. I'm using these bolts to secure the body to the...

    I'm using these bolts to secure the body to the pan, they are A4 stainless, M12 bolt with a M8 clevis mount head. The Clevis mount will be visible inside the car.
    The bolts will be used to mount a...
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    Hello mate, With regard to these 2 seized-in...

    Hello mate, With regard to these 2 seized-in bolts, and the similar problems you had with the seized bolt on the frame head, is this caused by galling (cold welding)
    or simply by rust causing the...
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    Nice update, I'm loving that box section steel......

    Nice update, I'm loving that box section steel...

    What are you going to use paint-wise?
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    >> ... tap & die set ... Now you're talking...

    >> ... tap & die set ...

    Now you're talking mate :cool1: Nice update!
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    I like the way the lines flow between the the 2...

    I like the way the lines flow between the the 2 light units, looking great - well done.
  15. Thread: More log on time

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    Hmmm, I visit this website from work using Chrome...

    Hmmm, I visit this website from work using Chrome and from home on Firefox
    I don't get logged out on either.

    Ironicaly, I used to get this problem a couple of years ago, but not any more!
    ...
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    Looking good man!

    Looking good man!
  17. Thread: ebay nova

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    Yeah this car has some issues visible in the...

    Yeah this car has some issues visible in the pics, and probably a few issues that aren't visible,
    but assuming it has a V5C, it seems like a basket-case Nova rebuild, much like any other,
    I reckon...
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    That is quite a vid, wow.

    That is quite a vid, wow.
  19. Thread: My new(ish) NOVA

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    I like the colour and the rear panel - nice!

    I like the colour and the rear panel - nice!
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    Yeah, experimentation, trial-and-error, I guess...

    Yeah, experimentation, trial-and-error, I guess that's why these cars are so difficult to get roadworthy,
    keep up the good work, this is going to be a top-end build.
    Nice to see those rear lights...
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    Very nice mate, :cool1:

    Very nice mate, :cool1:
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    Nobody doubts the Scooby lump, but it's a pretty...

    Nobody doubts the Scooby lump, but it's a pretty drastic conversion for a car that has only just got on the road,
    anyway sounds like Phill has made his decision - it's air-cooled all the way man! ...
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    I did some research on T1 vs T4 prior to going...

    I did some research on T1 vs T4 prior to going the T4 route.
    The 70 BHP output you mentioned is ~not due to Fuel Injection.
    Fuel Injection gives more Torque through the rev range, better MPG,...
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    I already have 1 1/2 Type 4 engines, but if I...

    I already have 1 1/2 Type 4 engines, but if I didn't, I'd be hoovering up all 3 lumps for cash (he has 3 for sale).

    I actually have some spare tinware and twin carb mounts which I probably won't...
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    Very nice rear-end on the car, the rear panel...

    Very nice rear-end on the car, the rear panel with the cut-outs give a production car feel.
    I'd be interested to what car the lights are off?
    Keep the updated coming.
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