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  • Normb666's Avatar
    08-04-2020, 08:53
    Well you're not alone there.... and not just looking at cars either. No, you lot, I meant BIKES as well. The ones with engines in them!! You...
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  • sdebez's Avatar
    08-04-2020, 08:46
    I have perhaps spent to much time on the internet during lockdown.
    3 replies | 108 view(s)
  • Normb666's Avatar
    08-04-2020, 07:56
    Normb666 replied to a thread Alfa 166 3.0 on ebay in For Sale
    Yeah, does seem a shame to pull it apart. As said, getting rare...and the owner mentions that and plainly wants it to be preserved, so if anyone from...
    2 replies | 79 view(s)
  • LPH_UK's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 21:58
    LPH_UK replied to a thread Alfa 166 3.0 on ebay in For Sale
    Needs quite a bit of work but seems far too good to pull to bits and scrap. Getting pretty rare now.
    2 replies | 79 view(s)
  • westonTB's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 21:02
    westonTB replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    Hmmm' before I started my build I had more hair & better eyesight... and my back didn't hurt... and my shins wern't constantly covered in bruises! ...
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  • jasonlycett's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 19:55
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/353032856185 Great donor car car On ebay.
    2 replies | 79 view(s)
  • Neil63's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 19:29
    Neil63 replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    Norm more dignity than I could ever manage. Pair of door bars for sale. Just ground off the mounting brackets as I have Bob Hope and No Hope of...
    58 replies | 3974 view(s)
  • NoCorseChris's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 18:08
    I'd imagine there are very small gains to be had given it’s aluminium. The crank, flywheel, cams and pulleys are by far the heaviest parts I think.
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  • sdebez's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 12:50
    Hi. Just stumbled across this and wondered if anyone had any experience or comments...
    3 replies | 108 view(s)
  • ProtoTipo's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 08:37
    ProtoTipo replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    It looks like you need something that fits a 164/33/75/90 on a Nardi 74mm pcd Paul? Please check though, I've never had a column off one of these...
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • Paul's Avatar
    07-04-2020, 00:27
    Paul replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    in case you couldn't tell, when I get an idea, I quickly find myself obsessing on the details. I've a wheel reserved with Gerry, so for the hub, I...
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • Normb666's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 21:20
    Normb666 replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    Your hat??? I thought that was your hair.... :-P
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  • westonTB's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 20:43
    westonTB replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    That tub & hammer collection looks excellent, I now feel like a cheat! Really glad you are cracking on, I take my hat off.
    58 replies | 3974 view(s)
  • ProtoTipo's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 11:41
    ProtoTipo replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    I realise it was an Alfa column fit that was needed in this case, but I'm sure 74mm makes things much easier, whatever the column type?
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • ProtoTipo's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 09:42
    ProtoTipo replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    For the dish, I've got 51mm (2") from the front of the outer rim to the mounting face on a 4 spoke Ferrero.
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • ProtoTipo's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 08:16
    ProtoTipo replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    I think the other photo is Caydale Mill ford, where you drive down the beck. My eldest brother Ken would be driving and Roy would be navigating in...
    58 replies | 3974 view(s)
  • ProtoTipo's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 08:07
    ProtoTipo replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    The original wheels (and the Hawk replicas to date) are 75mm pcd. However, I understand that the Hawk replica wheels will be 74mm pcd. from now on....
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • Paul's Avatar
    06-04-2020, 02:26
    Paul replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    Thanks Guy and yes - 164 column, so I've got a Momo collapsible adapter with 70mm PCD.
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • Guy Mayers's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 22:07
    Guy Mayers replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    And just received an offer of €400 for the butchered wheel as I looked at it on eBay.... Wouldn't be tempted at €100! Guy
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • john's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 18:22
    john replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    Yes, that one Chris and another ploughing through a ford. Roy put them on FB I think.
    58 replies | 3974 view(s)
  • Guy Mayers's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 18:08
    Guy Mayers replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    Hi Paul, PCD on the wheel I have is 75mm, I've got it mounted to a 1970's Fiat 124 Spider boss. The original may have been 74mm? Placing a flat...
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • Paul's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 16:52
    Paul replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    just out of interest, what's the PCD on the replica wheels (75mm?) and if I wanted to get one onto my Alfa steering column, any thoughts on best way...
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
  • ProtoTipo's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 15:55
    ProtoTipo replied to a thread Garage Day 2020 in Events
    Hi John, Was it this one?:
    58 replies | 3974 view(s)
  • ChrisCar6's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 15:33
    ChrisCar6 replied to a thread steering wheel in For Sale
    That's proof that an angle grinder can't do every job in the workshop.
    17 replies | 443 view(s)
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