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Forum: Vintage and Classic Roadster Kit Car Builds 27th March 2017, 16:42
Replies: 87
Views: 62,181
Posted By Retroman
Great stuff, Robin! If you could post...

Great stuff, Robin! If you could post details/photos of the front cover, I'd find that useful...... If I ever get to that stage with mines 😀
Forum: Vintage and Classic Roadster Kit Car Builds 26th January 2017, 19:19
Replies: 87
Views: 62,181
Posted By Retroman
[QUOTE=MartinClan;85586]Almost ready for the MSVA...

[QUOTE=MartinClan;85586]Almost ready for the MSVA and an alternative use for an old wine storage box...


Very nice... What are your plans with respect to covering up the front with a 'cage' for...
Forum: General chatter 15th April 2016, 09:59
Replies: 1
Views: 1,437
Posted By Retroman
Re-Title of V5

Chaps - I'm considering a Gentry MG TF replica that's for sale, which was built in the 1980s using a Triumph Vitesse donor. The V5 indicates that the make is a Triumph, the model being a Vitesse; the...
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 20th July 2015, 14:20
Replies: 319
Views: 57,804
Posted By Retroman
And squirt some WD40 at the base of the...

And squirt some WD40 at the base of the carburettor/vacuum pipes/hoses etc.
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 20th July 2015, 12:03
Replies: 319
Views: 57,804
Posted By Retroman
If not coil, air/vacuum leak somewhere?

If not coil, air/vacuum leak somewhere?
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 15th June 2015, 12:17
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
July Breakfast club

Scottie - the monthly breakfast club at Shelsey-Walsh is quite near us. Take it there next month (there was a meet yesterday). You're bound to raise loads of eyebrows!

It looks great, BTW!

A.
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 3rd June 2015, 09:45
Replies: 5
Views: 1,968
Posted By Retroman
Lovely! Did you use a hole saw to cut the hole in...

Lovely! Did you use a hole saw to cut the hole in the lid?
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 19th February 2015, 18:52
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
Nope. It's Armando from Ledbury (!) and ex-SE4 GT...

Nope. It's Armando from Ledbury (!) and ex-SE4 GT Coupe owner from scimitarweb......

I do miss my Coupe......
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 17th February 2015, 15:43
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
Thinking I'd need something for tidying up the...

Thinking I'd need something for tidying up the aluminium panels on the Pembleton (when I actually get to that stage), I did a search for aluminium sealant (with a view to getting an appropriately...
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 17th February 2015, 10:54
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
I mean 'Scottie', of course......:bolt:

I mean 'Scottie', of course......:bolt:
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 17th February 2015, 10:04
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
Scotty - you could run a bead of this stuff along...

Scotty - you could run a bead of this stuff along the join of each panel:

http://www.intek-uk.com/stainless_steel_silver_aluminium-sealant.html

A.
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 30th June 2014, 15:25
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
How do you manage to achieve such an excellent...

How do you manage to achieve such an excellent finish on the stainless parts, Scottie? Do you use a bench top grinder with polishing wheel? Really impressive......
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 18th June 2014, 15:04
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
Scottie - what about using self-adhesive...

Scottie - what about using self-adhesive silver/chrome foil? The thick stuff should be relatively hard-wearing, but you could protect it with a laquer coat.

See, for example:
...
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 11th March 2014, 13:08
Replies: 2,622
Views: 462,167
Posted By Retroman
Have a look at this, Scotty! ...

Have a look at this, Scotty!

http://vimeo.com/59410466#at=0
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 10th February 2014, 13:00
Replies: 19
Views: 3,971
Posted By Retroman
You could also stick self-adhesive reflective...

You could also stick self-adhesive reflective film (chrome finish) to the whole of the perspex cover; then, with a sharp scalpel/other blade, cut around the middle portion of the film; subsequent...
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