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Discussion in 'Hybrid Z cars' started by Wyn, Jun 13, 2009.

  1. Albrecht

    Albrecht Active Forum User

  2. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Is that like going to school with one's shoes on the wrong feet ?
     
  3. Woody928

    Woody928
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    Can't say I blame you, it keeps the pressure off. At the speed your going with the rebuild anyway it won't be too long.

    The re spray looks fantastic! :thumbs: Top marks to the painter, hopefully I'll get to see this in person at a show at some point.
     
  4. Wyn

    Wyn
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    Strange as no one has pointed out that in the time its been on the road :unsure:
    Bit late to change now lol

    Still its got the wrong engine as well, but am not changing that now either :D
     
  5. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    Glad you said that.....:p
     
  6. Wyn

    Wyn
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    Cheers, yes the paint and body repair has come out real nice, very very pleased with it
    Should be ready to roll soon as got 90% of the bodywork trim fitted back together today
    But its now run out of Mot and still need to change the rack n fit the new suspension parts AGAIN
    Cross member down job as the rack is soo tight to the sump

    Few weeks maybe ... weather/work permitting ? :)
     
  7. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
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    Decent weekend weather coming up apparently ... !
     
  8. Wyn

    Wyn
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    Scratch that, it's got the right engine :D
     

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  9. Ian

    Ian
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    Great to see this back with you and looking fantastic again, the paint look great.

    Need to get mine sorted now, but it is underway, lack of funds, lack of time at home and insurance are all slowing me down.
     
  10. Ian

    Ian
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    Looks like the right engine to me.
     
  11. Wyn

    Wyn
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    Am on it ;)
     
  12. Wyn

    Wyn
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    How did you get on with yours Ian ? Thought that would be sorted by now ?
     
  13. Albrecht

    Albrecht Active Forum User

    More to the point, the person who fitted them clearly didn't notice...
     
  14. Wyn

    Wyn
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    Nor did I, just as well as it's too late now !
     
  15. Albrecht

    Albrecht Active Forum User

    Don't see why they can't be switched. If the holes/captives are in the wrong places you can just drill new ones. With luck, the overfender itself will cover the evidence.

    All the more so with that VW Beetle style wing beading underneath it...
     
  16. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
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    So Nissan got it wrong back in the late '60s. Glad that's cleared up.:rolleyes:
     
  17. Wyn

    Wyn
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    New recon rack n techno toy frt suspension arms n tie bars now fitted
    Had to take the subframe out to get the rack in, but wasn't as bad as expected
    At least it didn't rain on me :thumbs:

    Waiting for the bumpers n grille to come back from the powder coaters now
    Trims all in so other then the bumpers its sort of there .... wheels still need changing mind :D
     

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  18. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
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    So you've paid for all this yourself? And not claimed on the insurance? Or the insurance paid out and you've done the work? I can't quite work it out!
     
  19. Wyn

    Wyn
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    I had no one to claim against, so I didn't claim on my own insurance.
    Didn't want the car wrote off and didn't want to wait months either
    Guess I could still go back and ask the question, but also don't want my other ins policies to go up now either.
    So yes I have paid to repair the car out of my own pocket
     
  20. Wyn

    Wyn
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    ... btw, why are you offering a donation lol
     

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