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About plumster

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  • Birthday 31/12/1958

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    West Pennine Moors.
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    Sam.

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  1. I recently replaced all my wheel nuts & 60deg sounds right.
  2. Bloody Sportshatches.... get everywhere 😂😂 Welcome, all the help you could need is on here with these folk.
  3. As Ian says, pretty sure these are part of the rear brake assembly.
  4. Looking good the revisit has certainly paid off. Just a quick question: should there be chrome trim along bottom of boot & around the rear lights?
  5. Welcome, I'm sure the A types will be looking to help, can you post some pics of your project.
  6. This Red un turned up, maybe not for long, anyone on here? Sorry for 3 pictures but I can't seem to delete them in edit mode.
  7. Pretty sure my jack was just held in the rear nearside shelf at side of wheelwell with a rubber bungee, it wasn't in a bag (that I can remember), the screwdriver & wheelbrace were in a little green plastic sleeve thing.
  8. plumster

    OIL PRESSURE

    The joy of a 3 clock dash....
  9. If you want to see filler used in massive lumps then smoothed to shape, check out Hughes Speedshop on Facebook & their album titled Pontiac Fillerbird,. Its my mates car & he was a bit shocked to say the least when the truth behind the paint was revealed. Don't know if this link will work.... https://www.facebook.com/pg/Hughes-Speedshop-698356200194932/photos/?tab=albums
  10. That's pretty cool & still has all the trim, bloody hard to find now.
  11. Looks about right to me:- Its so you can reach out of the window & pull the aerial up..
  12. Be £500 if a rubber seal wasn't missing......
  13. Get it swapped for the upgrade polo version.
  14. Have we tried the obvious Voltage regulator, my heater gauge used to go into the red after a few minutes & that's all it was.
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