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  1. Car now sold. Thanks for everyone for their support in the sale and for the many happy years we've had as Westfield owners. Very much the end of an era. Si & Carla
  2. Car (and driver) will be at Yorkshire meet this evening too.
  3. Now with a nice shiny 12 month MOT AND <drum roll> New wipers, the only thing it needed.
  4. Took this shot over the weekend showing the full Tonneau fitted.
  5. Thanks Nick and the prototype rear arch protectors still look good
  6. ****NOW SOLD***: Westfield SEiGHT aka Maverick (Maverick: adj. Being independent in thought and action or exhibiting such independence:.) Registered April 2002 10900 Miles MOT May 2014 Tax September 2013 Contact Si on 07595 660243 or si@westfield-driver.co.uk A Unique opportunity to purchase this cherished and well know Westfield. Since 2004 this well spec’d vehicle has covered just over 10,000 miles as a touring vehicle. Tours like the 3 official WSCC Coast2Coast's and The Long Way North that we organised between '04&'08 and also the 3000+ mile Se7ens.net tour of the South West states of the USA in 2005. Specification 3.5 Litre V8 Weber 500cfm carb Edelbrock performer manifold Vitesse pistons (Increased Comp Ratio) Real Steel Viper Hurricane Cam (mild road) Duplex Timing Gear Mallory Dual-point Ignition MSD Ignitor Coil Mocal Remote oil filter and cooler Lightened Flywheel JE Developments Flat, baffled Sump Rover Vitesse 5-Peed Gearbox XR4x4 Limited Slip Diff Long range (36Litre) fuel injection tank Solid Disc brakes all round Greenstuff front brake pads TSW R-Type 16" wheels Yokohama A-539 205/45/16 Tyres Side Exit Exhausts Full Westfield Tonneau 210 Bhp @ 5610 rpm 221 lbft @ 4000 rpm 724 Kg in touring trim with 3/4 tank fuel (weighed at Curborough by Blatman) 300 BHP/tonne (dry weight) Additionally may include: Steel the Scene Roll Bar Luggage Rack Autocom Dual Headset intercom with MP3/Sat Nav and Phone inputs Lots of History, including the full build photos Lots of receipts from build though to current day Lots of Spare Parts including the non standard parts No tyre kickers or test pilots need apply. Serious inquiries only. Test Drive will only be offered on proof of appropriate comprehensive insurance cover
  7. You're right Andrew. 2006 was our last Coast2Coast and then we ran the one and only Long Way North in 2008. After that interest dwindled as costs rose and our time got squeezed.
  8. We're both fine and recently Married Paul We've still got eh SEiGHT but just not used him properly for a few years. Could do with going to a new home but it's like selling a child.
  9. "bl**dy Hell" I said to Carla last week. It's been more than ten years since the first Coast2Coast. It all started with when I witnessed a Land Rover Coast2Coast tour in the Lakes and I thought 'That would be cool in the Westy'. A few weeks later and with Andy Lyall helping out we ran the first trip. Just a handful of cars and only a couple doing both days but the bug bit. The following few years we ran it again and it got bigger and bigger. So by way of a celebration i've put the . This is not quite the DVD that was done but closeEnjoy Si
  10. Weather looks miserable with a chance of Dry... will see what the morning brings
  11. Good luck and may the weather be with you
  12. Doesn't look like he's talking to us Buzz
  13. What time is departure from humber bridge on 20th?
  14. studbuckle

    Windy's new project

    After all this time. I'm amazed at the continued quality of work. (and that the thread is just passing 1000 replies)

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