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  1. I always quite fancied painting my 400r in the original GT-J colour, reapplying the GT-J decals and putting banded rostyles on to fill the arches (I think i'd need 15" ones though). Loving the look of yours though, it's a credit to you!
  2. Nail on the head Steve! Guy bid on it 4 minutes from the end then didn't respond for a week! I haven't even spoken to him directly, he just agreed to the cancellation within 5 minutes of submitting the request. Why would you do that??? Open to sensible offers if anyone fancies it.
  3. Indeed it was! It all seems a blur that week leading up to the wedding. Cheers again mate!
  4. It's mine, I'm not currently a member though! Congrats on the house Steve! I hope it's got room for a fleet of tat!
  5. The first bidder has placed a bid higher than the reserve. That's why the bidding appears to jump to the reserve price.
  6. Looks stunning mate! A credit to you.
  7. PassMeTheGun

    My 400R

    Nice Roof!! The rest of the car is pretty good too! Puts mine to shame T
  8. Hi Steve, My white exclusive is available if thats of any interest? email me at passmethegun 'at' gmail.com if you fancy and I'll give you the lowdown. Cheers, Tony
  9. My GT/J 400R has rusted through the top of the pedal box as well, I thought it was normal!
  10. I'd love to see a pic of that! The 400's pretty much unloved at the moment, I've moved down to yorkshire but the cars still in the garage in scotland sans engine/box! I need to get my arse in gear and do something about it, looking back thru the thread it seems a shame to leave it. Ho Hum. Cheers, Tony
  11. Nice meeting you at the weekend dude, Exhaust looks good, bet it sounds even better! I still don't think those arches need replaced, a couple of bubbles isn't the end of the world, strip them back treat them and a skim of catty would finish them fine. Save your money for shiny bits! Cheers, Tony
  12. It's been a while since I updated this. I managed to get the 400r pretty reliable on the megajolt ignition but started having trouble with the oil pressure going through the roof. The last outing was a classic speedfair up at knockhill where I met a few of the "Clan", nice to meet you guys I planned to take the car down to the annual Escort meet down at Kames in Ayrshire (a mate of mine has a couple of mk2's) but the engine just wouldn't make it. I had a brave attempt the night before to put a 2.2 in it but at about 2am we gave up (didn't have the correct thermostat housing bit, doh!). The 2.2 came back out a week later and I got my hands on a 2.9 cossie v6. I've got a deadline of May to get it reliable again as it's booked in for an Old Skool Ford tracknight (you've gotta try to educate them). Problem is I've just been offered a 3.5 Rover V8 with 5spd manual box. What should I do? The V6 is gonna be a bit of a bitch to wire up and map with Megasquirt, but the V8 should be pretty much plug and play but how easy does it fit in a manta? Any help appreciated. Cheers, Tony
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