Hi Tracy. Please promise me that if you ever decide to sell it, I get first shot at buying it back
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it reminds me of the one that I used to have - and miss very much I remember seeing it at Brads when he had it for sale, wasn't too taken with the blue leather but being a manual Sterling was very appealing :D It's still going no? Is it the Atlantic Blue interior? Does it also have the adjustable r...
- Wed Jan 01, 2020 2:33 pm
- Forum: Cars and Parts Wanted!
- Topic: Fuel pipes across tank needed (corroded = MOT fail)
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Will rubber pipes not do the job, temporarily at least?
Probably a safer bet than the Saab, although probably fewer specialists to help with parts and used spares.
Anything involving the aircon and turbo on the 9-3 is a bastard to work on
This whole business with owners clubs is unsatisfactory and unhelpful to the owners themselves. It reminds me a bit of the Ford Granda owners clubs schisms which have lead to multiple splinter clubs being set up, some of them seemingly tiny and cliquey . If the original 800 club has embraced the Leg...
Back to the Jeep - it's worth remembering that the front ARB can make a big difference to how the rear behaves. The well regarded Ron Hopkinson MGB handling kit added a rear ARB (one was fitted as standard on the coil-sprung front end but not the leaf-sprung live rear axle) and it transformed the ca...
I've wondered for a long time how good a domestic 3D printer will be for car parts etc, do they have the size capabilities to make something big, are they able to print the item quick enough to make it durable and several other questions. Size obviously affects price but a mate of mine out here in ...