Newbie rolling resto.

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Re: Newbie rolling resto.

by pigthief » Mon Feb 01, 2021 6:42 pm

Well after a day of biting my nails, the bucket has come out on top again, 2 advisories, corroded brake pipe and rear seats missing and we had only covered 2k last year.

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Re: Newbie rolling resto.

by Cliff » Mon Feb 01, 2021 7:33 pm

pigthief wrote:Well after a day of biting my nails, the bucket has come out on top again, 2 advisories, corroded brake pipe and rear seats missing and we had only covered 2k last year.

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Winner! Easy to fix up before next time too.... at least the corrosion - not sure about the back seats


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Re: Newbie rolling resto.

by pigthief » Mon Feb 01, 2021 8:43 pm

Cliff wrote:
pigthief wrote:Well after a day of biting my nails, the bucket has come out on top again, 2 advisories, corroded brake pipe and rear seats missing and we had only covered 2k last year.

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Winner! Easy to fix up before next time too.... at least the corrosion - not sure about the back seats


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Re: Newbie rolling resto.

by pigthief » Sat Feb 27, 2021 12:01 pm

Had a small parcel arrive the other day. Nice kit.

New seals to be ordered today, then hoping with the weather getting better I can get my rear seats finished, need to finish the interior this year.Image

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Re: Newbie rolling resto.

by rhlbrusa » Thu Mar 11, 2021 12:28 am

DavidCartys wrote:
Klifs wrote:Hopefully a relatively easy alternative to testosterone is testogen repair and will save some hassle at the MOT - no fun though... but that’s it with these things at the age they are


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It has some wheel arch welding to be done as it won't pass mot like it is, so I have repair panels ready to go salvaged from an old DTM.

Then I have a long list of jobs to do to get it how I want her but important things first.


Moving on from my newbie thread I have now had the car 3 weeks now and am starting to get used to it as well as buying a few little bits.
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Re: Newbie rolling resto.

by pigthief » Sat Mar 13, 2021 1:24 pm

rhlbrusa wrote:
DavidCartys wrote:
Klifs wrote:Hopefully a relatively easy alternative to testosterone is testogen repair and will save some hassle at the MOT - no fun though... but that’s it with these things at the age they are


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It has some wheel arch welding to be done as it won't pass mot like it is, so I have repair panels ready to go salvaged from an old DTM.

Then I have a long list of jobs to do to get it how I want her but important things first.


Moving on from my newbie thread I have now had the car 3 weeks now and am starting to get used to it as well as buying a few little bits.
Nice one, keep up good work. I have some extra stuff to get gor mine but nothing serious now, not for a little bit.

Welding a small area this summer and fully fit the rest of the interior.

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