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Good afternoon I maybe a little bit premature but if I am honest I’m so so excited to get started on what has been a journey of around 14 years. So I visited the factory yesterday and placed an order on a new FW SE Zetec with LSD, Throttle bodies, track day dampers, brake upgrade, MSA rollbar, 8” rears, 205 tyres,sport turbo seats and I’ve also gone for the LED rear light upgrade. I have also omitted the following parts from the kit as I’d like to source alternatives elsewhere - front wings as I’d like to source proper carbon items, dashboard inc clocks and switches as I’d like a proper carbon dash with a AIM MXS dash and freewheel buttons to maintain a clean dashboard, seatbelts as I’d like to choose the colour width and type at a later date. I think I have sourced most of the tools and kit I require for the build now and I am just preparing my workspace to accept the kit in 8 weeks time. Planning a visit to Stoneleigh next weekend to help make some decisions on a few bits of like and also to try and decide on a body colour. I really like electric blue at the moment but my original thought was orange. If anyone is interested I’m located in Wetherby so if anyone is local the kettle is always on and the beer is always cold ! Any advice is greatfully received and I’ve covered a few things in previous posts but feel free to offer up any tips or advice. Mark
How to tell the difference between a Narrow Body and a Wide Body If you don’t have a tape measure to hand then the two most visual differences between a narrow and wide body car are around the rear lights and also the shoulder panel next to the seat. Starting with the shoulder panel, a narrow car will have a flat, vertical internal panel next to your shoulder. On a wide body car the GRP tub is extended into the cockpit to create a scalloped or chamfered panel to give more shoulder room. These first two pictures show an example of the shoulder panel on a narrow bodied car. Whilst on a Wide body car, the first of these pictures shows the chamfered tub used with ZK bodywork, whist the second shows the scallop of the earlier “kit” wide bodywork. The second method of telling the difference between a wide an narrow is the shape of the bdy tub around the rear lights. The wide body chassis was available with either fixed or detachable rear arches; whist the narrow was only available with fixed rear aches. Therefore if the car has detachable arches, which can be seen with a join line between the tub and arch as in the picture below then it will be a wide body car. If the car has fixed arches then it could be either a wide or a narrow. These first two pictures show examples of wide body Westfield’s. Note how the rear lights are partially recessed into the tub on their inside edge in a square recess. On a narrow however the arches are slightly wider and the arch has a smooth contour into the main body with no recess for the lamp. Note: I am aware that there is also some wide body tubs they may have rear arches similar to the narrow and therefore it is wise to also check the shape of the shoulder panel also to help with identification.
I was going to use this FW body kit to repair my Westfield after an accident but fixing the original was a better option for me. So I'm selling this complete body kit which is now surplus to requirement. Originally it was taken from a factory test car a few years ago and just left in storage. All the parts appear to be present - please look at the pictures to check this. Note that the boot box may be the wrong type and there are no front wings. The condition of the panels is sound but the surface finish is scratched with some minor damage but nothing too serious however you should assume a paint job will be needed. Please come and have a look - contact me for a viewing appointment. Location near M1 J21. I want to sell these parts together as one item. Price: £800 for everything.
Gauging interest in this one. This was scheduled for early May but got canned due to waterlogging. So it's now on the 17th, Father's Day! It's £8.00 for a visit or £3.00 to "exhibit". If anyone is interested, can you let me know a.s.a.p. and I'll contact the organisers with rough numbers to see if we can be fitted in. Event details on Woburn site (sparse): http://www.woburn.co.uk/events/article/fathers-classic-day-out/ Organisers site: http://www.classicmotorshow.com/motor_show.html Entry Form (you will need further details to fill it in): http://www.classicmotorshow.com/pdf/Exhibitor_Form_Final_2012.pdf Let me know please...