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  1. PM sent to you, Mr. Norman. Green Parts have no trims like this of either side, or didn't when I asked them. BJ
  2. Hi folks, Restoring a Cavalier 1 and it's missing the front lefthand hockey stick trim from under the bumper. Any around from a car being broken/has been stripped, please? Oh, and a front downpipe wouldn't go amiss. BJ
  3. There's a very good classic screen fitting company in Padeswood nr Mold, if you are N. Wales and not sorted yet. BJ
  4. Oh dear. Can't speak for the A-series, but yep, it is all too familiar for the B-series/Cav 1. I have swapped 2 axles to get rid of this wear and tear and noise on deceleration, but will eventually have to go for proper rebuild when the stock of "better" axles runs out. There is a bloke in Holland does rebuilds and parts, try M&M Dronten to see if they will source for you from him, or give you his contact details. Unless anyone knows a closer to home option? You can occasionally get the B-series rebuild kits on ebay but the whole setup is quite fiddly to do, with shims etc. BJ
  5. OK thanks for the info Ian. Not being into this sort of thing meant I had no idea that the safety equipment was transferrable. I still say it looks like a lot of work just to paint the damn' things, but the graffiti boys under our subway seem to do "artwork" pretty quickly! Maybe what niggled me was seeing that bumper trim trailing on the floor post-shunt, when I couldn't get one of those for love nor money when I needed it a couple of years back. BJ
  6. I just don't get it. Why do people spend good money on a car, spend more money and time preparing it like that, in the CERTAIN KNOWLEDGE it's going to end up smashed to hell? OK, it's a risk you take with a rally car, but you don't take that out knowing it will get mangled - damage would be accidental in a rally or classic race car. BJ
  7. Hi honeys, I'm hoo-oome! Simon's sorted my membership. Nice to be back. BJ
  8. Hi, it's me, Brown Job, just scratching at the door and whining to be let back in ... paid by cheque a few weeks ago but still locked out of the Forum and no Club card sent out. I promise not to chew the furniture or chase the cat again if you'll just let me back in, I won't even climb on the sofa ... probably. BJ
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