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hurnleft 3rd May 2016 23:07

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Line drawn under this discussion now.

ThatAmericanChap 3rd May 2016 23:11

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Lion drawn under this discussion now.

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Mister Towed 4th May 2016 07:13

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Originally Posted by ThatAmericanChap (Post 78284)

Nice one. :rockon:

lancelot link 4th May 2016 08:43

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Lime drawn under this discussion now.


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Nubodi Automotive 4th May 2016 09:17

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Originally Posted by smash (Post 78225)
Even from that distance you can see the crack in the roof join at the A pillar.

The owner understands that on a glass fibre bodied car where two panels butt together there is always the possibility of a movement crack (especially after a track day).

The general public were amazed and enthused about the car and did not get involved with 'nit picking' for their own gratification.

We have booked his car in for three weeks time and will be trying a technique of metal curved rods resin-ed into the join to support it along with other modifications, at our expense of course.

The proud owner (see this months Kitcar magazine) appreciates it was our first Koupe build and were learning on the job. We learn everyday which makes better future builds. We were pleasantly surprised that there were not too many more issues and 98% was great.

WorldClassAccident 4th May 2016 09:42

Let's draw another line under the nit picking and move on to happy threads and posts about progress, new builds and light hearted piss taking :-)

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Nubodi Automotive 4th May 2016 09:46

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Originally Posted by WorldClassAccident (Post 78304)
Let's draw another line under the nit picking and move on to happy threads and posts about progress, new builds and light hearted piss taking :-)

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Agreed...

I thought you of all people would like the'shelf' on the 250cal, it will save you bringing a table to put the beer on at club meets?

WorldClassAccident 4th May 2016 09:48


I thought you of all people would like the'shelf' on the 250cal, it will save you bringing a table to put the beer on at club meets?


I am getting Chris to do me a modified 275 bonnet with bottle holder and beer fridge fitted...

smash 4th May 2016 10:43

I have deleted the post from Smash for foul language

This thread has run it's course so now locking it.

JG


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