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    Seems unusual for there to be no new posts in the last two days?

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    They're all too busy working on their cars....
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    4 days ago, but work does need doing to pay for the SS.

    I have received the new OEM gearbox mounts so engine rearwards a bit to change those, also the electronic ignition module arrived today so away with the points again.

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    I know the feeling! Started a new job and having to rent a room away during the week, so have no time at all on the car - it was at least an occasional weekend at odd times, but now not at all, very depressing. The car is 30 miles from where I live, but now is nearly a hundred from where I work.

    Keep having dreams of driving the car with the body held on to the chassis with only four bolts!

    Its been nice to see the work others are getting done tho'.

    Roll on retirement...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinB View Post
    I know the feeling! Started a new job and having to rent a room away during the week, so have no time at all on the car - it was at least an occasional weekend at odd times, but now not at all, very depressing. The car is 30 miles from where I live, but now is nearly a hundred from where I work.

    Keep having dreams of driving the car with the body held on to the chassis with only four bolts!

    Its been nice to see the work others are getting done tho'.

    Roll on retirement...
    Martin, that must be difficult but I can understand. I'm semi retired at the moment, but it still feels like I'm working full time so finding time to work on my Nova is difficult.

    If you aren't able to get enough time to work on your Nova, then rather than let it sit untouched, have you considered getting others to help you? Steve and David have used Flatlands, and Glasgowgolfer has enlisted Bushboy. Whilst they might be over committed just now, I'm sure there will be others who could help you to progress your project.

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    I'm sure there has been plenty of activity, just not of the Nova variety.

    Had some to day though, see the Golf Kart thread.

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