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  1. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Scuttle panel

    Scuttle panel in orange
  2. Mark (smokey mow)

    Spot the Difference – Bodywork

    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
  3. hu7ch

    Xtr2 spare bracket

    Hi so I bought the xtr2 in the picture below just after Christmas, it came needing a lot of putting back together and it's about ready to go for its MOT I have 1 bracket left and can't figure out where it goes, it looks like it could be a bodywork support from somewhere. Does anyone have a idea ?
  4. Looking for V8 bonnet and nosecone in red if possible but not too important.
  5. gary marsh

    Dooh - chassis straightening

    Following an overenthusiastic exit from Gerrards at Mallory Park on Friday I have an embarrassingly bent front nearside. Putting aside the replaceable bits, my main issue is a slightly bent chassis; the nearside top rail is bent a couple of centimetres out of true between about half way along the engine bay (it is a 1991 SEiW which has a diagonal brace running forward to that point) and the front rail. The top front rail accordingly has a slight bow in it but the offside looks fine. No sign of any cracks in tubes or welds. Does anyone have experience of getting a chassis straighten
  6. chrisando

    Westfield decals

    Anyone have any links / contacts for obtaining Westfield decals? I'm sure I've seen something posted sometime ago but the link had expired. Thinking in particular about the one that goes at the back where the spare wheel normally is. Ta.
  7. Soon for Ebay but may be open to sensible offers Damaged but usable bodywork, all genuine Westfield ZK baodywork in black gel coat Black ZK style bodywork, (does not include fron Arches or Scuttle so not a full set) - this bodywork was on my car for 8 years, and has taken the odd knock - some trackdays, and some silly nkocks getting it on the traler etc, as a track focused car my intention was to live with it and then replace if I ever sold the car, which I did earlier in the year Nosecone - heavy crazing to the front (some may recall my nkock on the tryewall during the spped seri
  8. For sale S/H body tub as removed from my car, due to some minor damage. Red - ZK Wide Body - Removeable rear arches. Damage:- 1. Has exhaust burn to NS front - following over zealous rolling road session ! 2. Accident damage to rear bodywork - cracked fibreglass round rear foglight area. Not severe & you can hardly notice unless you look for it. Ideal for a race car or if someone wants to spend the time to fix it up. £100 Buyer collects. No comments about my conservatory please
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