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  1. Brad Stone

    Narrow Bodied Screen

    Hi all, I'm after a narrow bodied screen - preferably in black with the integrated mirrors. Many thanks, Brads
  2. I've now started getting down and dirty with the Westfield SEi restoration, so I've added another episode below. Some asked for more footage of actual work on the car and less of me;o) I hope I’ve delivered;o) I posted my last video in the The Start Line when I introduced myself, but I guess as I've now started the restoration it should probably sit here. Hope you're all having a great Christmas!!!!
  3. Brad Stone

    A Seven Tour (To Scotland!)

    Well, after a few beers in the pub at the start of April, it was decided that we should start scratching our itch to take the Westfields further a field than a weekend blat around the lake district. Destination - Scotland. Where in Scotland - Who Knew!! Date - 17th April and return sometime after the bank holiday weekend. @Bigchris092: 91 Westfield Seiw // 1660 Crossflow // Bike Carbs @Brad Stone: 06 Westfield Sei // 2.1 Ford Pinto // Weber 45s Joe Ashworth: Passenger & Media Extraordinaire (tech geek, who also likes road trips & motorbikes) Day 1: Manche
  4. I have a beautiful (biased much) 1988 SEi. One thing that has bugged me for a while is that the seats are just a block sponge with a bit of cloth wrapped round them. I'd love to put in some original seats in her, as she looks more like a classic than a performance Westie. Preferbly not a bright colour if I was to be picky. My interior is gray so gray/black seats would be ideal. Also with out any kind of headrest. Cheers all.
  5. Westfield SEi restoration - Part 3 Good to see it tipped by HPI & Pistonheads Making progress now I'm getting up close and personal with the car. Great to see HPI and Pistonheads tipped the Westi as a buy, good news for owners and values;o) Latest episode below for anyone interested https://youtu.be/AO0-gV-C3Z8
  6. This car has had an interesting past, it was originally registered in 1989 and we believe ran for around 2 years when oil surge caused engine failure of the originally installed crossflow. At that point the owner pushed it into the garage and left it there for many years, until another one of our members purchased it a few years ago as a project. The car was stripped down completely including body removal, suspension engine and gearbox, a lowered floor was fitted and it is at this point we purchased the car as a rolling chassis, without an engine back in July last year. Our plan was
  7. 1999 1800 Zetec Westfield SeiW With regret I am selling my Westfield. This car is amazing, really clean and well look after. The car is built to a very high standard. The engine is a 1800 16v Zetec on twin Webers, producing approximately 150bhp, set up by Northampton Motorsport. It has a MT75 5 Speed gearbox, and a standard open differential. Interior is all black with Westfield bucket seats, it comes with wind wings, doors and full weather equipment that has never been used. As far as I know the car has never been driven in the wet. Tonneau cover and an indoor car cover are also incl
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