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Please let us know why you're here and if you know how to use a 3/8th Gripely to ream your trunnions square....
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Post by Sheefag » Sat Jan 02, 2021 5:05 pm

Oh, and if you find yourself needing any SS regalia or Nazi memorabilia, Hooli's your man.
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Post by Xkjagnz » Sat Jan 02, 2021 5:46 pm

The xr3i originally had go faster stripes but my neighbour reversed into it so I had to replace the door, - no stripes so things went south from there, it's all sticky backed plastic
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Post by Xkjagnz » Sat Jan 02, 2021 6:39 pm

The Ginetta I bought off some geezer in Reading for an outrageous 900 quid, it had a wheezy 2 litre pinto and cortina underpinnings. On the way home it broke its driveshaft, I replaced it and drove it to Rosyth from Andover where it promptly ftp at Lockerbie (drive shaft again) I then upgraded it to a 3.5 rover v8 plus its drive train which I mated to a newer axle, and it was fine, it seemed that the issue was the engine/diff misaligned. I didn't upgrade the brakes though 🙄 went fast, stopped slow also very heavy steering as had a tiny steering wheel as could not get knees under otherwise, a reasonable boot hampered by a tiny opening and noisy. Otherwise a perfect car😂
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