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WINGNUT last won the day on May 4 2014

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  1. Excellent stuff this mate, up it coming. How's the steering feel does have a good angle on that UJ
  2. Absolutely mega build to read this, man of many talents. It's a credit to you
  3. That manifold is stunning I want one to put on the coffee table just to look at!
  4. Like a man with a contingency plan
  5. Nice fabricating @KugaWestie is that battery going to be an issue to get in and out when fully built?
  6. @NigelO I have same engine as yours I'm sure of it, from memory I fitted a 93 -96 gates timing belt kit inclusive of all pulleys and tensioners. The water pump if has a straight exit and not angled is from a 1.8 zetec escort, I made same mistake and ordered a 2.0 zetec pump and came wrong.
  7. @KugaWestie looking wicked, those exhausts will make the best car stereo
  8. That's fair enough @3cxjay, didn't clock he'd enquired. Thanks anyway
  9. @3cxjay how much for the headlights and how's condition? I'm interested. Think @Steve (sdh2903) is after a set so if he doesn't want them I may. (Mine has lights but Steve's in a build so he can go first of he wants them)
  10. Last time I had the westy in for a rolling road, I was informed that temp in the 80s is best generally??? How true? I just thought he's the man in the know. A mate of mine has an exige and he's runs in them 80 regions
  11. My zetec is a 2004 on a Q plate, and my mot emission is visible inspection. Doesn't even need the probe in, I'm sure yours will be the same as this being a before 1975. According to a lad at work I've just asked who's a tester he's says he's sure it's visual.


    @darve mine were Velcro beyond Velcro, I swear I nearly pulled the alloy panels out too. I'd prefer to do that but wasn't sure if there would be problems with them moving


    All being well, should have some new carpets at some point in January. Question now is can anyone recommend some decent quality Velcro or where to get it? Or any other methods of securing in place?
  14. Getting into @AdamR lobster build territory with that power and acclaimed weight on the video.
  15. Looking lovely, takes me back to building a pilgrim with my dad when I was a lad. We built the SEV kit which was based on a cortina and could be put on the road for under 3k. Dad decided to do it for a laugh (his words not mine) see if it can be done he said. And he did it for just over as he fitted the halibrand replica wheels instead of budget steel ones instead. Sorry to babble, looking beautiful and some great fabrication and ideas being done.
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