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Old 17-11-2006, 06:40 PM   #11
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Is the repair panel i need for the o/s inner rear wing, anyone know?
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...6527&rd=1&rd=1
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It's for the end of the heater channel/outer sill behind the door
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Old 11-12-2006, 06:06 PM   #14
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tailgate
all wings
floor pans
htr channels
rear bulkhead
front bulkhead
all bumper mounts

i wish i had started with your car instead of a UK RHD



i know if it was advertised rustfree then thats different, unless the seller had the wings off they were brave-stupid-dishonest delete as required, to advertise it rust free

my car has had every thing coated in severeal layers of POR15 - body off - seamed dsealed - waxoyled and after all that i bet it still rusts in time s the generic design is a water trap

cool tho
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Just received the repair panels, so all being well a bit of welding will take place over the festive season then painting can begin in the new year.
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Old 12-12-2006, 01:19 AM   #16
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tailgate
all wings
floor pans
htr channels
rear bulkhead
front bulkhead
all bumper mounts

i wish i had started with your car instead of a UK RHD



i know if it was advertised rustfree then thats different, unless the seller had the wings off they were brave-stupid-dishonest delete as required, to advertise it rust free

my car has had every thing coated in severeal layers of POR15 - body off - seamed dsealed - waxoyled and after all that i bet it still rusts in time s the generic design is a water trap

cool tho
ive got to do
all inner wings
floors
heaterchannels
front valance
door pillars
front bulkhead strut
under the rear seat
the centre tunnel
rear bulkhead
engine bay
gutters
window frames
all bolt on panels part froom bootlid
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Loverly sqaure you've got there the reverend bagette

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ive got to do
all inner wings
floors
heaterchannels
front valance
door pillars
front bulkhead strut
under the rear seat
the centre tunnel
rear bulkhead
engine bay
gutters
window frames
all bolt on panels part froom bootlid
I did wonder why an early sqaure was going so cheap
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Loverly sqaure you've got there the reverend bagette



I did wonder why an early sqaure was going so cheap
huh?
my sqaure was solid, especially for an unrestored uk car that was sat in someones garden for 17 years lol
my fastback is the one thats fucked and needs all that replacing
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Repair work started today.
This is what we had at the beginningof the day,


Cut the rot away and found this,

Cleaned up a bit

And a bit of fabricating later,

Then on with the bought panels,

Then before i left, thought i would have a look at the other side, what a mistake!
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But after a clean up will continue later in the week

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