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I also found it interesting (in the above pic) that the RH engine mount had sheared but not the LH. It is usually the other way around.


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No idea Kerry the engine was in the boot when i got the car. Perhaps the yanked it with it still bolted up. Or the LH has been replaced who knows. I do know it was serviced by Hemingways garage as the sticker is in the door jamb. A lick and stick transfer can't read the date.

Also Kerry it has a black dymo type label on the top LH door hinge which has the number 1269 which is the first 4 numbers of the serial in the vin, looks like it was alway there, car has never been apart or resprayed before I got it, touch ups aside. I'm thinking I should put it back after paint.

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Shaunp wrote
I do know it was serviced by Hemingways garage as the sticker is in the door jamb. A lick and stick transfer can't read the date.

Also Kerry it has a black dymo type label on the top LH door hinge which has the number 1269 which is the first 4 numbers of the serial in the vin, looks like it was alway there, car has never been apart or resprayed before I got it, touch ups aside. I'm thinking I should put it back after paint.

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Seems like I should drop in on Hemmingway's when I am down that way (in the next few weeks), might see is I can get you a new service sticker or 2 !!!!

The dymo lable, that could be explained thus..... the car was painted with the doors, rear apron & trunk fitted. All else were painted as separate pieces, so that # would allow the assembler to find the front fenders faster & the # would also make sure they were not putting the same colour fender that may have a GTA badge holes (for example)..



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Cool if you could get me some stickers. So should the other panels have dymo labels as well? do you reckon. And where would they have been? Wax crayon perhaps?


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Cool if you could get me some stickers. So should the other panels have dymo labels as well? do you reckon. And where would they have been? Wax crayon perhaps?


Probably crayon on the inside, but with the panels off, look for traces of the outline of a dymo label or the crayon #.


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Just had a quick look, still red oxide can't see it ,but I'll clean it carefully. I know it's not going to be original concour car, being RHD and a different trans but I wouldn't mind get this stuff kind of correct for the hell of it.


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awesome thread shaun Smile nice work!

thats a great factory photo kerry Smile


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nice work Shaun

just love project threads


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shermatt wrote
just love project threads


+1 Love reading and viewing the pics. Makes me inspired (and remember long supressed depressing memories) about my ride.

Thing what really interests me though is the little bits of information about the cars. Such as the plastic tag on this one, ozbilts tid bits of information and the overspray on Lee's (Foresights). I could never do concourse - but i can definately see the attraction in it!


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Some of the xtra bitts that will find their way on to the car.





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Good to see you are back into it. Have you done your bezels yet?


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Done trial set, haven't had any metalised. I was just at Johns he has some done by this bloke and they look smart, think he charged $350 for 3 setts? mybe it was 2. Was going to go to the Queensport with him for a steak sandwich and titty girls selling raffle tickets but I'm feling a bit crook. Going to go back & pick and up the spit from the the work shop tomorrow so i put my car on it.

Best I think if we send this guy a few sets to make it worth while, as he does them all at once in the machine, then we just need to 2k clear them. The metaliseing is very thin, needs clear over it to protect it, should last forever then.


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If its 350 for a couple of sets that sounds great. Mine are done ready to get that done. I will get Cages done asap so we can do them at the same time. I will just do his to suit my dash as his will be the same anyway.


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have i just started a thread thats covered here? i should go back and take a look... hey Steve, maybe i can send mine over too if its any good.


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Spit is is here and ready to go.



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