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Whilst there has been a bit of natter in the hello thread I thought it would be best to start the rebuild diary here. So the intention here is to rebuild this super sport 1800 As can be seen on in the photos this is a pretty messed up Westfield. But I never like doing things that are easy. The car starts and runs which is always a good start but everything that isn’t damaged now needs to be transferred to a shiny new chassis. The end goal is to be running and FK body in white with everything else in black but retaining a nod to it’s past with an orange detail yet to be thought out running down the centre line The list of what’s needed at this point is as follows: General: New chassis (ordered) Body work Engine mounts for Zetec 1.8 Fuel tank Black wing mirrors New wheels (going for 15 Inch Calibre Motion in black) Airbox (going for jenvey or ITG) Offside front Top and bottom standard wishbones Upright Damper (Spax) Anti roll-bar drop link carbon cycle mud guard Offside rear Top and bottom standard wishbones (sorted) Upright (sorted) Damper (GAZ) if anyone can help with the above please reply and let me know how much for the part.
Just going through my boxes of bits I have yest to fit to the chassis, and I literally tripped over the roll bar, so thought I'd take a look at it, as to where/how its fixed to the car. The fixing looks very simple, just a large M12'ish size bolt in the end of the roll bar, which I assume you need to drill a new pair of holes in the small square plate on the back of the car then then screw up through. Now I have seen pretty much everybody fit the bar once the body is on the chassis, which I understand as you need to drill through the fiberglass, and then into the steel chassis below, but is there any reason not the drill the mounting hole now, and then when the body is fitted be able to drill up through the fiberglass from underneath?