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Thread: Cimbria SS, Subaru Powered

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    ***Euro-Nova Supporter*** Peter's Avatar
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    Great to see you on here, Great shame about the Stirling site and I hope Davids efforts with Brett will bear fruit and we see a few more of the yanks on here.

    Great work and look forward to seeing more.

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  2. #12
    Its looking very robust. You're lucky to be able to build a custom chassis, for us this side of the pond it attracts a lot of additional regulations and tests that makes it a challenge to pass them

  3. #13
    I wish this site would allow photo uploads via mobile devices. I would certainly post more frequent updates.

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    You can if you download Tapatalk and have this forum set up for it.


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    You can also upload photos from a mobile device as attachments directly to your forum post.

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    Let's give this a try. So last weekend I installed rear suspension for a fit check and this is what it looks like.

    Last edited by Sector; 26-11-2018 at 11:23 PM.

  7. #17
    Some additional photos for those interested in details.

    Last edited by Sector; 26-11-2018 at 11:24 PM.

  8. #18
    And this weekend I was working on completing fit check by installing engine/transmission. Had only few hours to work on this at night so forgive my poor quality night pictures. I will try to get better pictures next weekend. All fits well.


    Next weekend I will try to drop the body onto the chassis, make final alignment and drill mounting holes to secure suspension and engine/transmission mounts. Than unfortunately all will have to come apart again for final finishing touches and painting.
    Last edited by Sector; 26-11-2018 at 11:25 PM.

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    ***Euro-Nova Supporter*** BlueNova's Avatar
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    It works fine! That's some solid chassis. Looking forward to seeing more photos as your build progresses.
    Cheers, Alistair

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    The only downside to this upload method is picture quality seems much worse.

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