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Nearly in one piece...

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Nearly in one piece...

Post  gotenks1321 on 4/12/2011, 9:19 pm

As Rich kindly pointed out on Thursday, I don't think anyone has ever seen my car in one piece Laughing He did seem rather shocked when I said currently I do have more than just a driver's seat so I thought I'd best post some proof Wink











And one of the reasons for cracking on with the swap:



Emerald map switch, better than having it floating around behind the passenger side Laughing

Still plenty to do, the green bits have got to go to be replaced with gloss black (same as the gear ring) and then we'll see....


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Re: Nearly in one piece...

Post  StevePem on 5/12/2011, 4:21 am

Of course, we only have your word for it that this really is your car Laughing

Hopefully you will drive to a meet some day - hope it is going to be ready for FRL!

Did you spray the gear surround ring yourself or buy a gloss black one? I am definitely thinking of changing mine to black but not sure whether to spray the existing one or look for one on ebay..


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Post  Lee121 on 5/12/2011, 4:41 am

Shock horror!!!!!! Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing


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Post  gotenks1321 on 5/12/2011, 4:52 am

StevePem wrote:Of course, we only have your word for it that this really is your car Laughing

Hopefully you will drive to a meet some day - hope it is going to be ready for FRL!

Did you spray the gear surround ring yourself or buy a gloss black one? I am definitely thinking of changing mine to black but not sure whether to spray the existing one or look for one on ebay..

I did indeed spray it Smile I bought it off eBay along with the original MKII center consol and sprayed them both as mine is a MKI. It's now on about the third or fourth console due to various changes Laughing Best bet is to get another one, spray it and you can alway sell it on if you don't like it.

I'm hoping to have a few more bits done for FRL including having it mapped properly but we'll see Embarassed

Lee121 wrote:Shock horror!!!!!! Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

Laughing Driver's door card is coming back out next weekend as it needs a bit of work Rolling Eyes


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Post  Matt Parker on 5/12/2011, 8:00 am

I presume that the toggle switches in the ash tray are for the passenger ejector seat Wink

The trim of the centre console and door cards I'm guessing its Light Smokestone and not the light Tan, I do have a rear speaker assemble and speaker T-bar cover in the loft of the garage which is the Light Smokestone grey if your interested Wink


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Post  Captain Slow on 6/12/2011, 5:43 am

I really like the colour combo...the weirdest thing is seeing your car with carpet! Shocked

You'll be doing the engine rebuild next! Laughing



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