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  1. My winter challenge this year has been to attempt building a half hood for my Narrow body Westfield. Trying to purchase a hood has been extremely difficult so I thought I'd try my hand at making one. Attached is a overview of my build story! Whilst my limited sewing skills has led to some rough edges I am pretty impressed with the fit and look. Let me know what you think.
  2. syman84

    backspace ET CXR's

    HI all looking for information from anyone who runs CXR's on a narrow body and knows the offset ET Backspace. i know there are plenty of variables. but i have a live axle so nothing to change on the rear and the front is standard cortina uprights/hubs. looking at 8 inch on the rear and 7 on the front if possible. I don't really understand so Any info much appreciated thanks
  3. othab123

    Fitting external wing mirrors

    Hi, Anybody got any ideas for fitting external mirrors to my narrow body Westie? I am looking at the longer stalk one's and fitting the thread through one of the existing windscreen pillar bolts? I've looked at these:- https://www.carbuildersolutions.com/uk/123mm-diameter-chrome-stalk-mirrors Would this work? Other options? Steve
  4. For sale my fantastic BGR Westfeild. Built in 2000 and correctly registered on a Q plate as a 'Westfeild' on the V5. The car was originally built with a Ford 1600 crossflow engine but this was replaced with a 2.0L Zetec Twincam blacktop. At the same time the fuel and ignition systems were also replaced Full Spec: 2.0L Blacktop Zetec Twin 45 DCOE Webers with K&N high flow filters Alpha Weber K97017 P1 ignition system - fully programmable Mocal oil cooler Mocal remote oil filter conversion Raceline sump Raceline water manifold Four branch exhaust manifold into single side exhaust. High delivery electric fuel pump Type 9 gearbox with gear leave extension Independent rear suspension with Westfeild LSD Fully adjustable dampers 15'' Fox racing rims with correct Westfeild center caps inc Spare Excellent Yokohama 609 R15 tyres (spare never fitted) Brembo front calipers with cross drilled discs Interior Wesfeild lightweight seat pads Willans harness Momo removable staring wheel Momo quick shift gear leaver Interior heater with two stage fan (fantastic in Spring & Autumn) Carbon dash with race logic dials Push button engine start The car has the longer clam shell wings but they are bolt on and so a conversion to cycle wings is an easy one, having said that I suggest that the new owner runs it with these longer wings at first as they afford much more protection from stones on the back lanes! The car is British racing green and always draws lots of attention. Being a Q plate there is no emissions checks to worry about at MOT time. had intended to take the car to Bogg bros in Malton to have the carbs set up and also get some power figures but i have been too busy driving it to make the time! I have no idea what the power output is but i can assure you you wont want any more for road use, and i think there is potential with this engine if you want for track days - this car despite its retro looks is mega loud and fast but when driven sedately is just as much fun. This car goes, turns and stops like nothing I have ever driven before. I am based just south of York and I would strongly recommend viewing the car before you bid, and I will happily take you out if its dry. I can arrange delivery anywhere in the north by trailer price TBC. Just MOTed for the summer, oil and filter changed and drive train fluids checked. ​Full wet weather kit and all-weather full cover included. If you are a serious buyer and would like pics or other details please email me phil.cartwright1@btinternet.com £6500 OVNO Be quick! Phil
  5. Hi, I am after a fuel tank for a narrow body sei for a fuel injected setup. If there are none about, does anyone know where i can get one made at a resonable price in essex?.
  6. Please see my other advert - price on this is incorrect - sorry for confusion. Phil
  7. With the pace picking up on the new project I really need this out of my way, I am therefore listing it for sale for one final time before it goes into storage. I have amended the description, removing some of the parts that were previously included so as to reduce the base price and offer a massive price reduction. Please note that this base price is non-negotiable however I am more than happy to discuss prices if you are also looking to buy any of the other body panels or running gear I also have available separately for this car. I was building this car for no other purpose than the enjoyment of doing so and it had always been my intention to sell the car on when it was completed. The rebuild of the car and its history in my ownership is well documented in my rebuild thread (see link below), so it's only for me to describe further what will be included in this sale. http://forum.wscc.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic/88905-smokey’s-narrow-rebuild/?p=893554 The chassis is a 1990 SE Live axle Narrow body. It is not road registered, and to the best of my knowledge has spent its whole life as a track and race car. It was my intention to rebuild the car as a cheap track-day toy. I bought her in 2011 from the previous owner who was breaking her following an on-track accident. The damage was limited to the front of the chassis and engine bay tubes, which also because of previous modifications were cut out by me and replaced with new. All the photos of this work are available in my build blog. The chassis comes with all the necessary major parts with the exception of a few nuts and bolts to complete this to a rolling chassis stage. The front wishbones have been fitted only for the photographs but have been removed again for ease of storage. The nuts for the front suspension ball joints are missing and I also don't have any steering track rod ends. Also included in the sale will be copies of all purchase invoices, receipts, and build photographs which would be required should you decided to IVA the car. Chassis Transmission tunnel has been widened from 9" to 12" to accommodate an Mx5 gearbox. Chassis was degreased and undercoated with grey POR-15 and with 2 topcoats of satin black. New mounting bosses for 4-point harnesses welded on. Floor is panelled in 2.0mm NS4 aluminium, back panel and tunnel in 1.2mm 1050a aluminium. 3 additional unfitted panels will also be provided for the cockpit shoulder panels and scuttle top panel. The copper brake lines are installed and fitted with unions, 3 flexible brake pipes are included. A short length of brake pipe still needs making up for the rear axle. No fuel lines are fitted or included. Steering Brand new (from Westfield) upper steering column with lock and 2 keys. A bracket still needs making to attach the top of the steering column to the dash hoop. Mountney classic steering wheel with Allegro boss and crashpad. Lower steering column. Mk2 Escort steering rack and rack mounts. Bodywork Wide body detachable arch tub cut and modified for fitment to a narrow chassis. Rear of tub still needs either fibre-glassing together, or joining with an aluminium flange. Narrow body scuttle (in need of painting) Front suspension Cortina uprights, fitted with alloy hubs. M16 calipers with Ferodo DS2500 pads and solid discs Cortina bottom balljoints (look new but one has a small tear in the gator) Transit top balljoints Spax front dampers with springs (the dampers need replacing, but springs are in good condition and useable) Standard track front wishbones refurbished and fitted with new bushes. Rear suspension Escort live axle fitted with Westfield 4-link brackets. 9" drum brakes, all cleaned and rebuilt. 3.9 open diff Trailing arms and panhard rod, all fitted with new metalastic bushes. Gaz rear dampers are brand new, and come with dyno plots and springs. Handbrake, and cables are all fitted and working. Other Stuff Westfield wide Race Seat and mounting frame. Narrow body Westfield "RAC" braced rollbar with back stays. Set of 5-off capri laser (similar to RS) alloys with tyres (tyres all need replacing) Full set of correct open wheel nuts. The rolling chassis parts as described above I am offering for £1250 no offers The following parts are not included but I do have available separately Brand new yellow high-line narrow body bonnet (still in delivery crate) Brand new black high-line narrow body nose cone Full set of Westfield Pedals Tandem brake master cylinder Brand new Polo Radiator and Westfield mounting brackets 1600 MX5 engine and gearbox Fabricated Westfield engine and gearbox mounts to suit MX5 engine Westfield Exhaust Manifold for Mazda engine Pair of new wide body detachable rear arches in Black The car is located on the Essex/Suffolk boarder just north of Colchester. I have a trailer and may be willing to deliver locally at cost depending on distance and location. I can be contacted by PM or email to wsccessex@btinternet.com any questions please ask Thanks for looking. Mark
  8. abbeya

    Interchangeable Aeroscreen

    An interchangeable aeroscreen, enabling you to switch from windscreen to aeroscreen and back again, using the same fixing holes as used by the windscreen. Can be done in a matter of minutes, so is great for track days and can be set up once there. Picture below shows it on my car, please note that the mirrors are not included. £90 delivered For more information / pictures etc please pm
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