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Cant beat a factory workshop manual. I would bite the bullet and order one off ebay. Not a reprint as the detail in the pics gets a bit lost. First thing I did when I got my Polara. Luckily, I found one that was almost NOS in the states. Was about £60 inc postage...well worth it. The Chiltons ones a...
I just realised that I'm struggling to forgive you for selling your Sport Fury. You really should have given it to me! That little blast around Santa Pod at the Nats in it a few years ago was ace
Beautiful....but awful to ride compared to a 'sensible' modern bike. My old CB750KZ went well but didnt like stopping and handled like a bucket of sick hanging from a helicopter. Your bike is what my boyhood dreams were made of, and the Z900 etc
- Mon Oct 12, 20 4:21 pm
- Forum: Model Cars and Kits
- Topic: TV memorabilia stuff and 70s toys
- Replies: 22
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Judging by the memories on here, we must be the 'oldest average age' club going (and I include myself in that). Dave's shed story takes me back. My grandad was a very talented cabinet maker (he refitted the Royal coach on the Orient Express). We visited him in Weston Super Mare every two years by co...
Really nice work there. I used to build kits when I was a lad and I really would like to try again (and do it properly). I always wanted an airbrush and finally got one in about 1978. It ran off the spare wheel of my dads Reliant Regal. We regularly had power cuts in the Winter where I lived and was...
- Mon Oct 12, 20 3:41 pm
- Forum: General Stuff
- Topic: Ford Granada,...and it’s got bids on it 😳
- Replies: 5
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That was my initial thought....some bidders have spotted a little bracket made of unobtainium in one of the pics. Only takes a few bits to be worth a hundred quid or so each and suddenly it becomes an attractive buy
It was a fun car to drive. When I imported it, it had all of the original, hard to find trunk lining panels and trunk mat etc...they have obviously gone missing at some point for another car. There were two partly decomposed bodies in there too
- Sun Oct 11, 20 1:45 pm
- Forum: Engine, Carburation & Electrics
- Topic: Sealed beam head lamps
- Replies: 10
- Views: 199
I always use this company... https://www.holden.co.uk/p/autopal_5_3_4_in_halogen_outer_with_sidelight_rhd?s Just search their site for exactly what you need. I like the Autopal lights as they have the same curve to the glass as originals. Some of the new ones are very flat and look daft in my opinio...