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  1. Got new bumbers but at the chromers hope to have them back end of feb
    3 points
  2. Thought i would post this as just seen it on Classic Car salvage hunters. Handy if you have some shocks that need sorting. https://www.facebook.com/SPSUSPENSIONLTD/ It was cheaper for the refurb than a new Koni shock. Andy
    2 points
  3. Bill umber deox C gel, and wash off as per instruction then. Bill hamber hydrate 80 to seal it all. Then away you go with whatever primers etc you want. have the ceilign of the grey A series treated with hydrate 80 and all good still over 4 years later, nothing showing
    1 point
  4. South African ones did. See @Rapierdave’s post.
    1 point
  5. Did cavaliers ever come with black plastic bumpers, like the manta b?
    1 point
  6. I dare say it's a better finish now than when it was new! I guess you found some bumpers then?
    1 point
  7. Just bumbers to finnish.
    1 point
  8. The wipes are from a Nissan Juke ( l think can check in the next few days) The wiper arms are original just open the the end a tiny bit The qashqai x trail will fit but it’s not as long Is the n/ s wipe that’s fits All so the rear seat release lever on a hatch a Nissan Juke fits well .you can’t tell is of a juke I have also replaced the boot seal but can’t remember what what Renault it was from Fog lights from a Ford XR 2 will fit ,l have got 2 to fit
    1 point
  9. I think my attitude is - its getting fixed, whatever is needed effortwise. Its my first car, and I am doing this with my daughter who has shown a massive interest in it, and that's worth it more than the car! I have trusted her with the look of the finished article, so it will have wide arches, big spoiler - etc.. We have the colour decided (San Marino Blue - BMW / Porsche colour). I need to learn how to weld - always wanted to. She thinks the car is very cool. It will just bring extreme joy doing it - I suspect this is true for a lot of people on here with their projects... Then there is engine choice etc - will bring that up in the coming months... I am torn very much but its worth a separate topic. On the weekend I am off to cut / collect a section that should allow me to repair this area - a very kind member of here has what's left of a car that has apparently saved 3-4 other cars in its demise. I really appreciate all your opinions and help - it makes the project a lot more fun for me. Cheers!
    1 point
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