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#181 OFFLINE   quicksilver

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Posted 03 January 2017 - 08:46 PM

Is the BAA Fire Service based on a real vehicle?  I started at BAA in 1990 and worked on among other things the Fire Service vehicles.  Before my time but I believe that other sections had Marina yellow estates.  BAA does have form with unusual emergency vehicles, the Airport Police had A60s an one stage.  Fire service had two Maestros, a 4 x 4 Dodge 50 and a Sherpa.

 

 

 

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Oxford models are usually authentic and DVLA says KLA 12V was a red Marina so I assume it did actually exist. I guess that Maestro probably replaced it and I've seen an even older picture with an ADO16 that was presumably the Marina's predecessor so they have a history of using BL shite.  


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Posted 03 January 2017 - 08:53 PM

Oxford models are usually authentic and DVLA says KLA 12V was a red Marina so I assume it did actually exist. I guess that Maestro probably replaced it and I've seen an even older picture with an ADO16 that was presumably the Marina's predecessor so they have a history of using BL shite.  

 

I thought the Oxford model would be based on an actual car just surprised that I hadn't see a photo kicking about. Probably not the Marina, but some of the old interesting Fire Service stuff from Heathrow gets donated to Brooklands. 



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Posted 04 January 2017 - 07:09 AM

Incidentally, what is the correct pronunciation of Ital? I've always thought it was 'It-al' as in Italy, but I heard Danny Hopkins saying 'Eye-tal' and as the editor of a leading classic car magazine he has no excuse for getting it wrong.

 

I have always pronounced it 'It-al' as it is named after Ital Design who take their name from their country of origin (Italy). I have heard a lot of people say 'Eye-tal' though.

 

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Posted 04 January 2017 - 09:54 PM

It's 'ee-tal', which is how you say Ital Design
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Posted 04 January 2017 - 10:34 PM

It doesn't matter how you say it. Its still a Marina (with a quick boob and lip job) ;)
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and he's more important than my GLi.
Then I pull over and nod to let him know he's more important than me."

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 07:55 PM

Dafuque?  Bid up to almost 7K and reserve not met:-

 

 

http://www.ebay.co.u...sd=162353691346

 

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#187 OFFLINE   Hooli

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 07:56 PM

What lump is in that?



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Posted 11 January 2017 - 07:59 PM

Dunno!  I have tried running the seller's spiel through all known translators but without success.


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Posted 11 January 2017 - 08:05 PM

You made me click the link, which I didn't see to start with.

 

It's a Vauxhall 2.0 turbot. Should move a marina rather well.



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Posted 11 January 2017 - 08:07 PM

ORL VOXHILL MARINERZ R SHYTE


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Posted 11 January 2017 - 08:09 PM

oRl mudrn bit iz shyte


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Posted 12 January 2017 - 06:21 PM

In 1982, my Grandad and I fixed the holed front passenger floor in his '74 Marina Van with concrete.

 

"Needs slight screeding for MOT".


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Posted 19 January 2017 - 11:21 PM

http://www.ebay.co.u...D-/222383137861

 

 

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Posted 20 January 2017 - 11:44 PM

Way too salty - that's £250.

 

But that dash is a work of art.

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Posted 24 January 2017 - 11:32 AM

The dashboard was clearly designed by stylists rather than engineers as there is a lot of wasted space there which could have been put to good use for storage &c. It also seems to intrude a lot on passenger leg room (though this may be the camera angle). The industry trend since the 1960s was to build lower cars and as a result the hump down the middle grew, something I consider a nuisance.


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Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

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Posted 24 January 2017 - 02:01 PM

Mk1 dashes were better (IMHO) - the one posted up in Page 1.    Odd that BL went from a logical layout to a stylised one just after Ford canned their Mk3 Cortina reverse-raked affair for one more similar to the original Marina.... 

 

My own Marina experience is rather limited but my Uncle bought one new in 1972 (1.8 SDL  saloon in Harvest Gold BCR856K) and promptly took me plane-spotting up to Hounslow in it.    The bloody glovebox lid chattered all the way there and back.


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Posted 11 February 2017 - 01:24 PM

Bit of an update. Michael very kindly rebuilt my original prop for CVF the coupe with a new centre bearing. I fitted it a few weeks ago and drove it for the first time with the new gearbox, no crunches now, lovely! Just got to get round to putting the carpet back in and jobs a good 'un. Next job will be to fit some new front brake hoses and change the knackered front tie bar bushes for some nice poly ones- these totally transform the handling too.

 

In 309 news my GLXDT flew through the MOT. It did however piddle coolant all over Michael's ramp. Over the course of the week it has started using 1.5 litres of coolant per day. Got the wheel off today and had a nose around the water pump area where it was coming from. Water pump itself looked dry (so it should, it was new in June) but there was a steady drip from further up. Had a look from the top and there was a steady stream coming out the side of one of the heater hoses. So does anybody have a top heater hose for an XUD7T 309? No idea if they are the same as anything else, can't find one on eBay and can't keep up with it's coolant appetite now!

 

In other news I am picking up another 309 next Friday. Apparently it has a rotten rear end but it was local and cheap... It's a 1.9 GLD with 220k on the clock. Has been in the same family for many many years. The guy was going to scrap it but wasn't happy when he discovered they would cube it as is which he thought was a waste of good spares. I haven't seen it yet but as I'm just getting it for spares I'm not too bothered about it!

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Posted 12 February 2017 - 09:36 AM

Dabbed some gasket sealer on the offending heater hose and seems to be holding up so far. Hopefully the one on the N/A XUD9 spares car is the same. If not I'll have to make one up although it's a lot bigger at one end than the other.

 

Edit: bugger, looks like it is also leaking where it meets some aluminium thing (heat exchanger? has arrows on it and lots of pipes). Can't get to the hose clip for love nor money... also can't put another clip on as the air feed for the turbo is in the way and can't get to the clip for that to take it off. Think it was all plumbed in before they fitted the subframe...


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1972 Morris Marina 1.3 DL Saloon- Surprisingly good

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Posted 12 February 2017 - 07:46 PM

http://www.ebay.co.u...r-/271778666001

 

For your difficult to reach hose clips.


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Posted 17 February 2017 - 04:25 PM

Cheers! Have now found another heater hose, £34 secondhand mind you but at least I found one!

 

Collected the spares 309 today. The rear end is really fucked sadly, rot has spread from the usual bit up by the fuel tank, through to the inner arches, into the chassis and subframe mounts. However with a quick jump start it fired up and ran beautifully. Given a known good injection pump and Clarion radio cassette costs more than I paid for the whole car I am pleased with it. One rear wing has a small dent but all other panels are straight. Will be a shame to break it up as it does look quite smart in silver.

 

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Check out the bonus Landyshite in the pictures. The seller runs a specialist LR garage.


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1971 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL Coupe- Luscious Limeflower

1971 Morris Marina 1.3 SDL Saloon- Quite good

1972 Morris Marina 1.3 DL Saloon- Surprisingly good

1995 Peugeot 405 1.8 GLX- Daily


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Posted 17 February 2017 - 06:38 PM

Another car which was on every street and is now uncommon. They are a nice shape, well proportioned.


Squeak, rattle and roll.

 

 

Thanks restorer.

 

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 04:35 PM

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Saw this and thought of you

That seems like a very strong price

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Posted 24 May 2017 - 07:26 PM

Thought it was about time to update this...

 

I was contacted by a chap who needed his late father's Marina cleared, for my favourite price, free. So we set off to Birmingham to get it. It turned out to be a MK2 base model saloon in surprisingly good condition. We free'd the brakes off and headed for home. On the way back I sent a mate some pictures and he fell in love. About an hour after getting home with it he came over and said he'd give it a home.

 

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The only problem is he only has space for a couple of cars so it meant having to sell the Marina he bought off me just over a year ago. Needless to say I bought it back and have done about 1000 miles since. So that's two white Marinas I have dragged from garages in Birmingham!

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The MK2 is nearly ready for the road. We've replaced all the brakes, done some welding, overhauled the cooling system, fitted electronic ignition, various new suspension bits etc.

 

Another friend said he was interested in my Blaze coupe I hadn't touched for ages. I was never really going to get round to doing it as I preferred my others so of course I sold it to him for a not inconsiderable loss!

 

I then fell head over heels in love with a gorgeous Peugeot 405. I have fancied one on and off for a while, preferably a high spec red saloon. So when this appeared after a bit of deliberation I had to have it.

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It is a 1.8 GLX with Mi leather seats and wheels.

 

Sadly it did mean the 309s had to go... I sold the turbo diesel one to a mate of mine who was looking for a new car for his son.

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My petrol GLX is currently up for sale (I am back to using it daily now) and my spares car GLD I have now stripped- I have sold my big stock of 309 spares to a friend. The remains of the GLD shell is going to a local guy who needs some front panels for his GTi restoration.


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1972 Morris Marina 1.3 DL Saloon- Surprisingly good

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Posted 22 June 2017 - 10:02 AM

Well both 309s have now gone to pastures new. The spares one is still here though as the guy never showed up to collect it... off to the weighbridge soon.

 

I have had the 405 for a month so about time I stuck up some pics of it.

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It drove back from Doncaster to Suffolk beautifully. With Mi leather seats and armrest it was like sitting on a sofa. The exhaust developed a hole on the way back but that was the only incident.

 

I have been making a few minor improvements which have somehow added up to around £300 so far! Including...

New headlights and fog lights as originals were past it

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Fogs of course have been fitted with obligatory yellow covers

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The spares 309 yielded a pair of the correct side repeaters, so from this shite

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To this

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Spares 309 also gave some Peugeot floor mats. Not the type 405s had though but will do for now...

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Some chavvy wind deflectors

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This car has been so well loved the chrome on the badges had been polished away. Reproduction Pug badge fitted

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Along with NOS GLX badge

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Sadly 405 badges are no longer available but reproductions will be available shortly...

 

Original radio/cassette was knackered so fitted a CD player from a 306. Plugged straight in, did need to change the stalk control though for a 306 one

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I also added a 6 disc multichanger for ultimate 90s cool

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NOS genuine flappage was also sourced, I have NOS badges waiting to go on

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I also replaced the centre exhaust, it had been stuffed with putty along one seam.

 

I really do love this car. It feels so much more 'together' than the 309s did and it drives even better as well. Handling is incredible. It would be nice if it was a 2 litre though...

 

It has been a well pampered car with tons of history. Goes back to December 1996 when it was sold by a Pug dealership to somebody in Birmingham when it was a year old. It then passed to a Peugeot employee in the early 2000s who spent a fortune on it, before it went to somebody in Buckinghamshire a couple of years ago who had the head gasket done along with a new heater matrix and cambelt. The guy I bought it off then got it, he is a 405 addict but never got round to doing anything with it.

 

Still a few jobs to do....

Heated seats aren't working

Air-con needs regassing- taking it this afternoon

The Mi16 wheels had poor tyres so the guy I got it off included a set of GTX alloys (with centre caps!). I'll get some tyres for the Mi wheels after next payday hopefully...

The speedo stops working if it's a particularly hot day or if you accelerate too hard, haven't investigated yet...

Those hideous modern font number plates need to go. Anybody around Coventry got any pics of a 90s Peugeot dealer plate so I can get a replica set made up?

Battery needs replacing- one in it works fine but it's too tall so the battery clamp won't fit

Passenger sill needs a small patch at the back

 

I was also visited by this the other day. It was up on eBay a while ago, I even had a bid on it. Somebody posted an appeal on a FB group looking for a spare 309 wheel locally. The couple who now own it are driving it to Norway as I type. Import taxes are much cheaper on cars over 30 years old out there. They have had all sorts of other old French cars. It's one of the earliest 309s left and is a real honey. Base model 1.1 in beige with a brown interior. My spares car yielded two wheels with good tyres only a couple of years old and a parcel shelf as theirs was missing.

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1971 Morris Marina 1.3 SDL Coupe- Resting

1971 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL Saloon- Beautiful Bedouin

1971 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL Coupe- Luscious Limeflower

1971 Morris Marina 1.3 SDL Saloon- Quite good

1972 Morris Marina 1.3 DL Saloon- Surprisingly good

1995 Peugeot 405 1.8 GLX- Daily


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Posted 22 June 2017 - 11:28 AM

I posted about that 309 on here the other day, it's done 5000 miles in less than a month and it's only a 1.1!. Your 405 look beautiful in the flesh too, I'm a big fan of them and yours looks perfect!
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Posted 22 June 2017 - 11:57 AM

Leeds registered as well, I wonder which dealer sold it new? Fletcher's had 2 branches in Leeds, and there was Woodkirk's at Tingley


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Posted 22 June 2017 - 12:47 PM

It did have a dealer sticker but didn't get a snap of it. Yes they are real heroes!

 

405 is a lovely example, as I say, just needs a decent machine polish...!! ;)


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1971 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL Saloon- Very crusty

1971 Morris Marina 1.3 SDL Coupe- Resting

1971 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL Saloon- Beautiful Bedouin

1971 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL Coupe- Luscious Limeflower

1971 Morris Marina 1.3 SDL Saloon- Quite good

1972 Morris Marina 1.3 DL Saloon- Surprisingly good

1995 Peugeot 405 1.8 GLX- Daily


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Posted 22 June 2017 - 12:53 PM

Aye, that's a bloody lovely 405.

 

Keep it on the GLX wheels though, they look loads better. 


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Posted 22 June 2017 - 03:21 PM

That 309 is sublime!!

Lovely seats on your 405 too, they look brand new.

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