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    Re: Handy garage tools

    I wouldnt part with my baby bandsaw which I bought on ebay (Table from SWAG and Makita cut off saw) great for all sorts of smaller metal, plastic, GRP etc cutting.
    Wiha colour coded allen keys are...
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    Re: Fasteners for thin (ish) GRP panels

    Caged Nuts too.
  3. Thread: Keyring

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    Keyring

    Was surprised by my daughter with one of these https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lancia-STRATOS-KEYRING-HF-RALLY/400734579316?hash=item5d4da46a74:g:e1EAAOSwbiFZOVJ1 in my cracker! Quite robust and not as...
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    Re: 3D reproduction

    … you might find someone to investment cast it if you have a plastic dummy.

    But could be expensive!
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    I would be concerned that we would loose all control and data retention etc if we moved over to facebook (which I should say I dont use). I imagine these things evolve by themselves to some extent...
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    Re Valuations - Great if we can find a way to do it - at least we could have a register of sale values and dates and pictures to support members in agreed value discussions?
    Re Club Purpose - some...
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    Re: Help please - Boot lock retaining clip

    .... so would be a good idea to have some soft rubber on top of the catch. That might prevent a break?

    Peter
  8. Re: Long Shot............. A REALLY LONG SHOT !!

    Cavendish is very pretty but quite rural even by Suffolk standards. More known for antiques rather than gearboxes. Nearly bought a Volumex there once.....
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    Re: Sunday Was A Bad Day..

    .... or grovelling in the mud under a pile of stacked cars in some scrapyard in the rain.
  10. Thread: A Survivor

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    Re: A Survivor

    Yes, I learnt to drive in an N plate 1400.
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    Re: Litton Corse in Chelmsford

    I think missing windows is one of the examples in the IVA common fails so you're unlikely to get that through unless you block up the aperture in the door so that it isn't obvious there should be...
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    Re: Chairman's Rant, July 2019

    Its starting to Hertz
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    Re: Chairman's Rant, July 2019

    We have endless capacity for this sort of thing
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    Re: Chairman's Rant, July 2019

    yes should just be bolt the bits back on after that, cant possibly take another 30 years!
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    Re: Chairman's Rant, July 2019

    All good stuff, makes me smile to think that the value of my car when I finally finish it (Paintshop booked for the start of Autumn now!) will approach the value of a proper one when I started to...
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    Re: Grp4 pull switches / heater slider

    Try Maranello Classic Parts for the heater lever. I think its
    (40327504) https://www.ferrariparts.co.uk/PagesExternal/ViewExploded.aspx?PageID=733 68 inc VAT
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    Heater for Hawk

    Selling heater unit for Hawk, used but works fine. Fits under dash. see pics for details. 85 inc postage.

    Thanks for looking

    Peter
  18. Re: AGM 2019 - Stoneleigh - and Volunteers for Committee Positons

    I'll be there too.

    Peter
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    Re: Pair Replica Stratos Seats

    looks like they are sold.

    Peter
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    Pair Replica Stratos Seats

    Hello All
    Before I stick them on Ebay is anyone interested in these seats.
    They are new and have been stored indoors in poly bags.
    Ridguard make, in a darkish red. Adjustable backs. Unmarked....
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    Re: Electrical Gremlin

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    measure the voltage either sid eof the kill switch when you try and start it. If there is a significant difference then it points to the kill switch. Otherwise as your voltmeter shows a big...
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    Re: new member in wales building a hawk

    I have vague recollection that very early Betas did have unequal length halfshafts, I think the centre bearing was an early mod? I stand to be corrected though.
    So if you have unequal you would...
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    Re: New member in sunny Suffolk!

    sorry tied up on the 8th I could do the 7th or 9th though.

    Peter
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    Re: New member in sunny Suffolk!

    Hello Guys, sorry I have to be in London that day so wont be able to make it. Don't let me stop you though!
    See you next time.

    Peter
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    Re: New member in sunny Suffolk!

    Hello Andy, welcome. There are two cars locally Ipswich/Colchester (Paul and Tim) and my long term build in Woodbridge which continues to progress slowly. We get together a few times a year. Let me...
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