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  1. £6,950 ovno MOT (No advisories), oil, filter & brake fluid change all completed on 21st June 2020. I purchased this car in 2015 and it has only ever been used occasionally (~1,000 miles, it is vehicle number 4 of mine) in good weather conditions and never seen a track. I bought this as a weekend toy, but two small children and other hobbies (motorbikes & cycling) has meant that it doesn’t get used much more than to keeping it running. With that said, every time I have used it I have thoroughly enjoyed it. It will be a shame to see it go, but the lack of use just doesn’t justify keeping it. The car is in good condition and has always run well for me, pulling cleanly in all gears with good brakes, tyres & tread depth and comes with two sets of keys. The battery is on a trickle charger and the car Is garaged. The car has benefited from the oil, filter and brake fluid all being changed on 20th June 2020, along with a new MOT running to June 2021 (no advisories). Wheels, tyres and suspension are all in good condition. There are a couple of areas I would tidy up if I was keeping the car (nothing that stops the car from being enjoyed now): • Fit new service kit for the Weber carbs (I have the kit ready to fit) • There is some very slight discolouration in very small areas of the paint due to a tyre sealant can that leaked (behind the passenger seat) • Replace the front left suspension gaiter The car was built in 2001 with the following spec; • Fully reconditioned 2.0 ltr Ford Pinto with Twin 40 Weber Carbs and a Piper cam. • Fully reconditioned type 9, 5 speed gearbox with new clutch • Reconditioned live back axle with all new nylon bushed just fitted on the links • V8 bonnet option which looks amazing, and also offers the ducted noise options which provides better radiator cooling. • Rear boot compartment with cover • Black pack – including headlights, roll bar, screen mounts etc. all factory powder coated black • New discs and pads • New full set of carpet and trim, all genuine with fully adjustable Corbeau leather bucket seats (standard seat belts) • Leather cover for the book and full Tonneau cover that fully covers the boot and driving compartment (it also sits down the centre so it can be driven like this when not carrying a passenger). It does not have the full wet weather kit (i.e. roof). • Westfield side wind deflectors – these make a massive difference to the driving experience • VDO gauges fitted • Laser line immobiliser I had a removable steering wheel fitted (due to my 6ft 2in size), making it easier to get in and out, but the original Westfield one is also available with the car. There is a large file of history with all the manuals, brochures, parts catalogues etc. and all the receipts for the part when built, along with the bills through the years of maintenance. All MOTs are available to validate the low mileage and it is fully HPI clear and not an insurance write off. This really is a beautiful and high specification Westfield and competitively priced, taking into consideration the few items that could be worked on in the coming years. You can find several photos here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nhsfq383d7x1jcn/AABEgEPVgOnYt6L0jkuNjZwga?dl=0
  2. Chris Broster - Bristol & Bath AO

    BRG Nose Cone - ZK Wide Body

    ***Wanted*** BRG Nose Cone for ZK Wide Body Some Tw!t reversed into my Westy in the supermarket car park and then did a runner without leaving any details and no CCTV coverage! So just wondered if any kind person has a new(ish) BRG ZK Wide body nose cone just lying around and wants a quick sale....WSC replacement is £££ and approx 4-5 weeks...
  3. I am about to remove this standard, unheated, black windscreen from the car. I want to give you as honest an appraisal on its condition as I can. I'm a bit OCD so probably being incredibly critical/fussy, but having now thoroughly cleaned it and looked at it very closely with work lights from various different angles, I'm quite surprised at the number of really tiny stone chips/marks. The car (and I assume the screen as I believe it's the original) has done 18k miles, so the screen has definitely been used. Under normal daylight conditions it's quite difficult to see most of the chips, it really depends on the angle/brightness of sunlight. There are three, marked with white tape, which are 1mm2 on the drivers side. Unless they've happened between April 2019 and January 2020 they didn't show up on the MOT last April, so I assume they don't affect the MOT. Otherwise it's in pretty good condition. Packaging: you can buy a special box which the factory use to send out windscreens; it cost me £45.24 including postage to send it to me. I've used it to buy and get delivered here a polished screen and having fitted the interior with Celotex insulation, bubble wrap and corrugated cardboard, it seems to work…. well the screen arrived from Essex in one piece! Postage: The packed screen weighs around 11.5kg. As an example, Parcel force 48 UK postage at 12kg costs £23.40 I was going to put an asking price of around £150, but I think given the tiny stone chips I would be looking for sensible offers around £100 plus post and packing. Alternatively collect, if you are near North Devon. Thanks Gareth
  4. GarethHD

    Heated windscreen ***SOLD***

    Heated windscreen taken in part exchange, no known provenance. Black surround, standard height, to fit wide body. Generally good condition. Some tiny stone chip damage as shown in photos. £150 ONO excluding delivery and packaging. If you're not in a hurry for this, on receipt of payment, I can hold it until collection can be made. Alternatively if you can't collect or want it sooner: Delivery by Parcel Force 48 to UK quoted cost £23.40 for 12kg weight Packaging in Westfield factory supplied ply box, interior fully insulated and padded by me. (This method has been used successfully previously). £45.00 Please note: there is no insurance/compensation available for this and the buyer accepts responsibility. Any questions please pm me. Thanks, Gareth
  5. Hello Everyone, I have for sale my beautiful 2016 Westfield SDV - Only 1950 miles since build The build quality of this Westfield has been taken seriously with no expense spared. Please see below spec of the car; 2016 Westfield SDV - 1,950 miles since build Spec; 1.6 Race Prepared Mazda engine - head skim, valves recut, polished and ported, crank lighted balanced, fly wheel lightened balanced, competition big end bearings, competition main bearings, competition piston rings. Every seal and gasket new. Along with heavy duty clutch Wide Body Lowered floor FW Front End Sport Turbo Seats 3 " Race Harness Team Dynamic Wheels Yokohama Parada Spec 2 Tyres FIA / MSA Roll cage made by Caged Nitron Shocks all round High Spec 4 pot Front Callipers, discs and pads Uprated AP Racing Master cylinder 1.8 rear brakes and grooved discs Rad Tech Aluminium radiator & fan Cobra Immobiliser Race Tech Dash 2 Aero Screen Quick release MOMO steering wheel Race Boot lid Race Carbon Dash Carbon Exhaust Limited Slip Differential Fantastic condition You can see from the high spec, this has been looked after with build quality being at the top of the list. The car has had a recent oil service, and has been looked over by a specialist to ensure the car is spot on. Stored in the dry Never driven in the wet Included in the sale; Folders of paper work, manuals, original receipts and photos of the build stages. Greedy - Turbo Carbon Half doors Genuine Westfield car cover £14,995 - OVNO 1st to view will buy Adam - 07969 000 281 Reason for sale, I am looking to purchase a house so unfortunately at the moment the Westfield comes second.
  6. Sean Byford

    Westfield Seiw

    CAR IS NOW SOLD Here is our wonderful Westfield seiw. It has been in the family since it was built by my father and I. It was first registered in 1994; and finished it the following year. We somehow managed to convince the Chester DVLA that it was made almost entirely from a Ford Sierra and was allowed to retain the donors registration plate. The original intention was to use the car for touring, so the interior was trimmed in red Connolly hide with green piping, the carpets are Rolls Royce green Wilton with red piping, whilst the dash is finished in Red Connolly hide. The car, a Wide body variant, was originally fitted with a Ford X-Flow bored out to 1700cc and fitted with 1300cc pistons, a Kent 234 cam, duplex timing chain, oversize valves and weber 40’s etc, that revved like crazy, this was matched to a Ford Type 9 five speed box. The removal of leaded fuel from sale meant that a change was needed and the current C20XE engine sourced and installed. The X-flow was sold on to a member of the WSCC from Chester. Whilst fitting the XE engine an SBD lightened flywheel was installed, the sump removed and the crank checked, all was in tolerance, but new shells and ARP big end bolts installed, these allow the engine to rev to 8500, but we always limit the engine to 6500, it originally ran on 45 Dellortos, these were eventually replaced with Jenvey 45 Throttle Bodies and the ignition system upgraded to a DTA E48 for both fuel and ignition. When my parents moved abroad, the car was passed to me and I have continued with the process of improvement, the seats have been replaced with more supportive racing seats, a Sparco demountable steering wheel and a Quickshift round off the interior changes. These were mainly to lower my seating position and enable me to look through the screen rather than over it. I also fitted an RAC roll bar and replaced the rear boot trim. I was never happy with the DTA ECU, so a Megasquirt 2 v3.0 was sourced from the USA, built and installed. This has revolutionised the driveablilty of the car, you can poodle around in traffic all day long, but press the loud pedal and the beast awakes!! Another unique feature of the car is the storage space, it comes with a lockable demountable boot box, trimmed in green Connolly hide (naturally) that more than doubles the storage space if touring. Easily removed/fitted with a single bolt fixing. Some of the many key points of the car are below, but it really needs to be seen to appreciate how wonderful it is. Rolls Royce carpets trimmed in Connolly hide Dash trimmed in Connolly hide Side panels as above Gearstick gaiter as hand stitched in Connolly hide Handbrake gaiter as above Detachable Sparko Steering Wheel Age related plate (non Q) from original donor car ARP big end bolts (Rev upto 8500) New big end shells fitted when bolts changed SBD lightweight flywheel Westfield side exit exhaust Megasquirt 2 V3.0 ECU LS9U Wide Band Lambda for ECU Autotune High efficiency aluminium radiator Jenvey 45mm DCOE throttle bodies & Trumpets Unique Alloy wheels, cast and machined by Speedline for my father Toyo Proxes T1R tyres - 195/50 R15, 7mm tread on the fronts and 6mm on the rears Westfield Quick Rack RAC Rollbar Quick Shift Custom embroidered roof bag Boot Cover De-mountable boot box trimmed in green Connolly hide (replaces spare wheel) Rear wheel arch protectors Storage Nets USB Connection in car for live tuning of ECU Willan’s 4 point harnesses Seats leather trimmed to match Connolly hide green & yellow stuff brake pads front and rear Removeable Sparco steering wheel We really haven't spared anything on the car; and it has been a labour of love as its progressed over the years with all work carried out to the highest of standards. The cars build began whilst my father was an engineer at Rolls Royce, hence the amount of work that was carried out by trimmers who worked there. It is with a heavy heart that we are selling it, but for family reasons I need to sell. It comes with 3 months MOT remaining; but it always sails through without any issues. I can if requested put it through to it’s MOT early and sell it with a full 12 months. You really will be buying a lovely car and you will not be disappointed. We have almost all of the paperwork records of MOTs etc. from the cars history. If you would like to hear it - although this was on the old DTA FAST ECU - not the Megasquirt which is a huge improvement, here is a video of an evening track event at Cadwell Park - I know it can go much quicker but never had the heart or ability to do so! https://youtu.be/XvRRuq1CttM Please email to arrange a viewing and test drive - reasonable offers considered on this rare gem.
  7. TheFrenchFancy

    For Sale SEiW 2.0ltr Pinto

    This is my cherished little red rocket. First registered in 2005 and has only covered just over 11000 miles with 1 previous owner who was the builder of it. It is running a lovely strong Vulcan Engineering 2.1ltr pinto with FR32 Cams, twin 45 dellorto carbs which I had tuned and tweeked last summer by Airey Tuning. Rolling road set up with 143 bhp recorded at the wheels. It comes with full wet weather gear which is on great condition. Plus a full all weather car cover. Since I bought it last summer I have done the following: Upgraded all pipes to Roose motorsports silicone hoses New large capacity battery New battery lead and clamps New light weight battery tray Stripped and repainted both front hub uprights Stripped and repainted both rear drums Rechromed the roll bar Had the kick plates and dash trim wrapped in carbon look 3M vinyl New Burton Power race HT leads New NGK spark plugs New carbon look front wings which I secured from the underside so you don't see the bolts. I really haven't spared anything on this car I love it and will be sad to see it go. But for family reasons I need to sell. It comes with a brand new 12 month MOT which it sailed through. It really is a lovely car and right to go for the summer. Couple of points to notice, one patch on the nearside rear wing has some slight cracking to the gel coat but nothing major. And it has a tiny oil leak on the bottom of the engine but hardly noticeable. I check the oil weekly and in 12 months of ownership I've topped it up once with about 150ml. THIS IS NOW BOOKED IN TO BE FIXED EARLY NEXT MONTH. You really will be buying a lovely car and you will not be disappointed. Please email to arrange a viewing and test drive. £7600 OVNO Frenchy2965@gmail.com
  8. 2 Westfield Vinyl Race Seats. They are just over a year old so they are like new. They have been in my Westfield SeiW car from new - for only 1k miles. I've just replaced them with some new ones that fit my ass :-) The drivers seat has a slide adjuster (see pic) and the passenger seat is fixed. The seats are made by Westfield - please see details here... https://parts.westfield-sportscars.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=613&search=seats&description=true Approx size... With of seats lower bucket = 16" Max width (on shoulder height lapel on seat back) = 17" Depth including curvature of the back = 23-24" Height = 35-36" If you would like to come and see them/sit in them before buying then please feel free to contact me. I'm in Halifax. £350 ono. Cheers, Tony.
  9. I have for sale a pair of Westfield sports seats, black with crimson red piping and bolster inserts. These are both in great condition and are very comfortable to sit in. I have removed these from my wide bodied 2004 Westfield. Both come with adjustable mounting rails fitted so are ready to be bolted in. These seats are the best part of £300 each new from the Westfield factory, so these are a bargain! Im looking for £200 for the pair. Buyer is to collect the seats from Walsall West Midlands. I dont wish to send them via courieras they are large items and wouldn’t want them to get damaged in transit. Thanks for looking, Martin.
  10. Westfield (SEIW) speed sport 1800 ZETEC Y-reg 2001 I haven’t owned the car very long after breaking into the westfield community ,My previous experience has been with highly tuned Toyota supras.I have broken my Supra for parts to sell at the value I felt it was worth ,This car was bought so I could retain a toy whilst buying a house and replace in part my Toyota, but with prices sky rocketing I am reluctantly having to sell this to cover my moving fees.I have bought a set of westfield hald carbon doors from Westermann motorsport as well as some sill protectors and a mickmade front splitter and works bell boss with Caterham R300 steering wheel ( 3 hole) which can be bought as part of the deal should you wish…This is a lovely set up and is a pleasure to drive due to its Ecu and Jenvey Set up. A real drivers car, MOT’d till May 15, SPEC includes: Westfield yellow widebody Westfield spec 1800 zetec with 2 litre cams Map able MBE ECU Rolling road tune and setup 129bhp @ wheels 152 @ flywheel Jenvey Throttle bodies (very expensive option) Westfield air filter Race line sump Bell housing mod, so it doesn’t strike the floor Wrapped exhaust Westfield extractor manifold and stainless exhaust system Re-packable silencer Modified water cooling system to control engine temp correctly Cabin heater MT75 gear box LSD All round disc brakes Yellow painted callipers Quick steering rack All round Pro-tech shockers and springs custom built for Westfield 13’ team dynamic wheels 205/60/13 Toyo Proxes R888 front 60% plus left 205/60/13 Toyo Proxes R888 rear 90% left Carbon wrapped front grill Genuine carbon dash and rear chip guards and rear deck RAC roll bar with rear stays 4 point harnesses Momo pedal set Fully trimmed in black with black piping Aero Dynamix rear diffuser Full weather kit (that fits for a change) Steve Ferrimond picked the car up in Nov 2012 with 12,000 miles on the clock, since then between Steve and me she’s completed just under 6000 miles, the car has been practically rebuilt including; Servicing Remap Professional injector cleaning Cam belt, tensioner, oils, filters, Re-plumbing the water system Sump off, to prove the baffles, clean and re-fit Stone chips on chassis shaded and re-painted. Heater Suspension and steering rack Wheels and tires Full suspension Geo Probably more…... The car is a fantastic example in the best colour IMO, I’ve done everything to make it the car it should be. Everyone in the Westfield forum can vouch that this car has never been tracked… If I’ve missed anything just ask and I’ll happily answer Looking for offers around £9600 please Grab a pre summer bargain J Thanks for looking James
  11. Widebodied Westfield Sport 2000 Duratec. Built by me in 2006 as a modular build using all new parts supplied by the Westfield factory. In 2010 I had the standard Webber ECU removed and a better re-mapable Omex 600 installed along with a custom re-packable Techcraft exhaust, oil catch tank and a softbitsforsevens half hood. Having I built it all the servicing, MOT’s and upgrades have been handled by the well respected Interpro race and rally prep in Bristol. (A huge file of receipts is available for anyone interested in looking through.) For the last 18 months I’ve just been too busy to really use the car as it deserves and last year covered just 900 miles in it. Sadly, I think it’s time I parted company with it. Currently at 10300 miles, 11 months MOT remaining and 6 months tax. SOLD Full Spec as follows:- Engine & Power: Westfield / Ford 2.0 - I4 DOHC, 16v, Duratec (201bhp with print out), with lightened flywheel, AP racing clutch, Raceline shallow baffled sump, Raceline side mounted oil filter (all factory standard), Jenvey throttle bodies, bespoke aluminium oil catch tank with gauge. Transmission: Mitchell Cotts MT75 - 5-speed gearbox (all syncromesh) with quick shift stick, connected to Ford 3.9:1 limited slip differential. (all factory standard) Engine / Ignition Management: Omex 600 ECU, with pipercross air filter. Techcraft Megaflow custom repackable exhaust. (also included a second “MOT/road” exhaust) Suspension & Wheels: All round fully independent double wishbones - Front anti roll bar, anti roll bar fitted to rear, all wishbones fitted with nylon bushes for improved handling. Wheels – ATS lightweight 15” alloys with Toyo R888 tyres Brake System: AP Racing master cylinder, front - AP Racing calipers with solid discs, rear - VW golf callipers with solid discs. Bodywork and Lights: Main body in chrome yellow, with yellow rear wheel arches (detachable) and yellow standard nose cone. Front cycle wings in chrome yellow. RAC roll bar with modified boot box. Interior and Dashboard: Interior and carpet colour - Black Seats - Black with yellow pipe trim with Westfield 4-point racing harness. Dash – Standard black dashboard with VDO gauges Heater / demister option fitted. Racetech quick release steering boss and MOMO professional race steering wheel. Wet Weather Equipment & cover: Standard factory issue side screens, with full tonneau cover - All in black. SoftbitsforSevens bespoke half hood with storage cover Bad points: I'd rather be upfront about any minor niggles than try and hide them so I've posted them here Crazing in gel coat layer around one of the retainer bolts on front left cycle wing and also adjacent to left rear wheel arch.
  12. 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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