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#1591 OFFLINE   djimbob

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Posted 10 May 2018 - 09:52 PM

I looked around for a while, cheap ones were always distant and collect only.

Bought a new one for £85, and a wiring loom.

https://www.ebay.co....=item3f0f6dc581

 

Car tow bar will fit estate, there is a bush or big washer one has and the other doesn't, but its simple to overcome, or throw away, depending which is which.

The back bumper was easy to remove, not so easy to refit properly.

Tow bar on in a couple of hours but I have a pit. Electrics are not my forte and took a little longer. 

The back lights are a pain to get off without something breaking.

 

Cheers Mally,

 

might be the road to go down, or buy an entire car with one attached to satisfy the urge for fresh chod ;)



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Posted 12 May 2018 - 06:12 PM

Once again I am in search of a Jag, no sorry I mean a Jaaaaaaag. I'm sticking with the mantra of 4.0 straight six is best. Two are on the wish list, which I'm struggling to find anywhere. I really would love a XJR6 (X300) before they become unobtainium. Unless someone sees one that has hasn't been got at by a dealer yet, I fear this is unrealistic. The sensible* and more realistic target is a X300 4.0 Sport, although even that is proving difficult.

 

If you see/hear of/have one of the above do let me know.



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Posted 12 May 2018 - 07:14 PM

WANTED... Ford Focus Mk2 05-11 plate Haynes Manual for Petrol models

#1594 OFFLINE   jamiewilson

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Posted 12 May 2018 - 09:22 PM

Once again I am in search of a Jag, no sorry I mean a Jaaaaaaag. I'm sticking with the mantra of 4.0 straight six is best. Two are on the wish list, which I'm struggling to find anywhere. I really would love a XJR6 (X300) before they become unobtainium. Unless someone sees one that has hasn't been got at by a dealer yet, I fear this is unrealistic. The sensible* and more realistic target is a X300 4.0 Sport, although even that is proving difficult.

If you see/hear of/have one of the above do let me know.


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Posted 13 May 2018 - 06:05 PM

WANTED: anyone got a Mazda 323 catalogue that includes my 323 coupé please?


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#1596 OFFLINE   Kiltox

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 01:08 PM

Anyone need a Rhino modular roof rack for a Citroen Relay?

Huge thing - I don’t know what years it’ll fit (it’s on my 2016/65 L2H1 but they didn’t change much over the years)

They’re about £600 new - sensible offers waaaay under that will be more than likely accepted

I’m in Gloucester and a hand removing it would be appreciated

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#1597 OFFLINE   Kiltox

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 01:12 PM

No idea why we now have 3 photos of this awful shitter but there you are
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#1598 OFFLINE   SierraMikeHotel

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 02:15 PM

Hope this is ok here, I wasn't sure if this was just for car stuff or if anything goes! Mods plead feel free to delete if not suitable.

HiFi furniture for sale.

The TV stand came with an old CRT telly (since deceased) but I kept it as it has handy shelves for DVD player and set top box, and a quite decent centre speaker (gr8 4 home cinema). It looks a little tired and the black trim is coming away in parts. £10.

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The glass HiFi unit is pretty good, no obvious scratches but there are some bits of old stickers on it. I just put them at the back so you can't see them. £15.

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Let's say £20 for both.

Located near Brighton, will need collection as they are definitely too big and bulky to post! The HiFi unit comes apart for easier transport.

Also pictured in use so you can have an idea of what they look like in service.

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 03:53 PM

Anyone want a 1998 Ford Contour brochure for a fiver (posted)?

 

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 04:06 PM

Does anyone have a VAG 5 stud wheel no bigger than 15 inch, Jack and brace they want rid of? Idealy Norfolk/Suffolk area. I only have a can of gum and I'm doing more miles to work now so want a real wheel. It's for a 2010 Seat Ibiza.

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 04:17 PM

Anyone in the general vicinity of Milton Keynes/Buckingham/Oxford etc got a smallish trailer I could borrow for a few days at some point in the not too distant future?

 

I need a load bay no smaller than 9 3/4' by 4 1/2' - and a ramp would be helpful to get the load in/out.

 

Needs to have a maximum rated weight LESS than 1150kgs so I can tow it with the Xantia legally...only actually needs to carry around 300kgs.

 

Will be looking to hire one if nobody has one, but figured I'd ask here first as I'd rather give a real person money than some faceless company if I have the choice.


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 04:43 PM

Blaupunkt Bristol 27 FOR SALE! And some speakers FOUR of them

 

I'm looking for £25 for the whole ICE system if anyone here fancies it before I E the Bay.

 

There's a Blaupunkt Bristol 27 on eBay for £70 at the mo, so if £25 is too cheap you could always bung a bit into the forum fund. Or if it's too expensive you could make me an offer. Comes with 4x speakers: 2 are Blaupunkt and 2 are Panasonic.

 

The stereo works fine, it's a manual am/fm/lw tuner, and a stereo audio compact cassette tape deck which has one button that you press for fast forward and press again to stop fast forwarding. It's got an eject button that ejects the tape. It's got an on/off/vol knob, a tuning knob, a tone knob and a balance knob, and lights that light up. All appeared to be working fine when I took it out recently to replace with a more upmarket stereo. The speakers are scruffy and untested but I recently bought them off Autoshite as working so assume they're good.

 

I can post it all or can be collected from near J6 M25 Kent/Surrey. 

 

Here's the stereo:

 

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Here's the speakers:

 

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So there you go. Four knobs and a pair of Bristols. £25. Ayethankyou.


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 08:27 PM

Ive got this really bizzare french made Rapido 1978 fold away caravan that i didnt really get on with as we tend to do short breaks where less setting up hassle is desired, so i'm hoping to recoup some of the money i put in when i was naive and over excited about it.

 

I shall list the features that i can remember as it was last august when it was used for the first and last time thus far.

 

Aluminium clad plywood shell that origami's into a matchbox shaped trailer

 

Folded away dimensions : overall length 3000mm, box length 1950mm, width 1500mm.

Unfolded dimensions with is perpendicular to the trailer centerline : caravan shell length 3600mm, Width 1950mm, Height from memory i could stand up full inside so i guess it was internally 2000mm headroom tapering off to the ends

 

Min weight 375KG, Gross weight 495kg 

 

Potentially 4 berth as it had beds that took over both ends of the van but i didnt investigate the plywood shelf/table/bed base combo out too much just instead had a mattress set on the floor.

 

It has a table that raises up from the main bed base and the benchs either side end up with foam bolsters that form a sort of mattress also albeit i chucked the air bed over all that 

 

Also has a sink and gas hob and a sort of cabinet pair that hangs on the wall brackets i didnt bother with the sink as it isnt connected, it has no electrics either as they werent in the condition i was happy with.

 

bad points:

The box on the front wants removed, stamped flat and thrown a fair old distance

Its a 2 person job to lift the clamshell up and over 

No electrics in effect

cooker and sink connections are ancient/bodged

missing abit of timber/ply board that holds the cooker sink cabinet up

Roof joint requires a better method of clamping as i broke it when folding away so may leak till that is fixed

the curtains and seat covers are ancient and not great

wants a good clean although its certainly not unpleasant, more a sort of stored dusty sort of effect than child seat and sticky sweets.

No spare wheel, 4x115mm pcd 10" rim with 25mm offset is proving impossible to find

Rear lights missmatched but work

 

good points:

Brakes work well albeit briefly chirp the tyres if braking hard.

lightweight thus small cars actually can tow it.

chassis is galvanized and is in mega condition.

I fitted new 500x10 crossply tyres in august as the mini radials were in poor condition and made it fairly wayward however they are Tube type rims so have tubes in.

All of the alloy faced plywood is in great condition as is the doors and windows

I couldnt find any evidence of damp and it didnt smell of anything

Has a decent enough cover but needs a hole cutting to expose the rear lights and number plate as i had to roll it up at the back.

 

Im hoping for £350 but not obsessively chasing that much 

 

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feel free to ask questions i can even drop it off within a reasonable radius of chesterfield 

 

 

 


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 08:55 PM

Ive got this really bizzare french made Rapido 1978 fold away caravan that i didnt really get on with as we tend to do short breaks where less setting up hassle is desired, so i'm hoping to recoup some of the money i put in when i was naive and over excited about it.

I shall list the features that i can remember as it was last august when it was used for the first and last time thus far.

Aluminium clad plywood shell that origami's into a matchbox shaped trailer

Folded away dimensions : overall length 3000mm, box length 1950mm, width 1500mm.
Unfolded dimensions with is perpendicular to the trailer centerline : caravan shell length 3600mm, Width 1950mm, Height from memory i could stand up full inside so i guess it was internally 2000mm headroom tapering off to the ends

Min weight 375KG, Gross weight 495kg

Potentially 4 berth as it had beds that took over both ends of the van but i didnt investigate the plywood shelf/table/bed base combo out too much just instead had a mattress set on the floor.

It has a table that raises up from the main bed base and the benchs either side end up with foam bolsters that form a sort of mattress also albeit i chucked the air bed over all that

Also has a sink and gas hob and a sort of cabinet pair that hangs on the wall brackets i didnt bother with the sink as it isnt connected, it has no electrics either as they werent in the condition i was happy with.

bad points:
The box on the front wants removed, stamped flat and thrown a fair old distance
Its a 2 person job to lift the clamshell up and over
No electrics in effect
cooker and sink connections are ancient/bodged
missing abit of timber/ply board that holds the cooker sink cabinet up
Roof joint requires a better method of clamping as i broke it when folding away so may leak till that is fixed
the curtains and seat covers are ancient and not great
wants a good clean although its certainly not unpleasant, more a sort of stored dusty sort of effect than child seat and sticky sweets.
No spare wheel, 4x115mm pcd 10" rim with 25mm offset is proving impossible to find
Rear lights missmatched but work

good points:
Brakes work well albeit briefly chirp the tyres if braking hard.
lightweight thus small cars actually can tow it.
chassis is galvanized and is in mega condition.
I fitted new 500x10 crossply tyres in august as the mini radials were in poor condition and made it fairly wayward however they are Tube type rims so have tubes in.
All of the alloy faced plywood is in great condition as is the doors and windows
I couldnt find any evidence of damp and it didnt smell of anything
Has a decent enough cover but needs a hole cutting to expose the rear lights and number plate as i had to roll it up at the back.

Im hoping for £350 but not obsessively chasing that much

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feel free to ask questions i can even drop it off within a reasonable radius of chesterfield

If you do farcebook then there are a couple of closed groups that specialise in folding campers / caravans, a few run businesses buying and selling, not full of the usual fwits.

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#1605 OFFLINE   sheffcortinacentre

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 08:58 PM

Their great had one for ages have an estrel folder now.

to much power is just enough & theres more to life than mpg.


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 09:12 PM

FL I never thought to try the facebook group, thanks for that reminder, SCC i had a look at those Esterel jobs, they look like a neat solution with the one piece roof I should imagine they are fairly rigid. 

 

Apart from the setup hassle its mainly going to fund the mot jobs on the aforpictured skoda as my smart price bank balance cant cope lol


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#1607 OFFLINE   sheffcortinacentre

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Posted 16 May 2018 - 10:44 PM

Yep solid sides, roof has gas struts that push it up, seconds to put up got one as my back was struggling with the rapido.

to much power is just enough & theres more to life than mpg.


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Posted 17 May 2018 - 10:53 AM

Coupla shite Sony X-Plod head units for sale; boxed, complete and with only a few hours use on both.

 

I've admitted that realistically I'm never gonna use them, and it's better to rehome:

 

1.) Sony XR-CA370X Cassette/Radio

 

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I had this installed (briefly) in my Cortina estate about ten years ago, before upgrading to a Blaupunkt with a 3.5mm line-in for iPod use.

 

Scratch on left side of the detachable faceplate (as seen in pic) but otherwise as new and working fine last time I checked (last August, in the Laguna). Manuals, connectors, removal tools all in place. Works with a compatible CD changer, apparently!

 

Shiter's price: £15 posted to a UK address of your choice

 

 

2.) Sony MDX-F5800 Minidisc/Radio

 

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For the ultimate in late-90s/early 2000s ICE - it's a Minidisc player! Oh yes. Phenomenal sound off this one - it has a selectable soundstage function that can make it sound like the speakers are right in front of you, rather than in the door cards - it's genuinely weird (in a good way) to toggle it up through the different positions and hear the speakers 'moving' up.

 

Detachable, flip-down faceplate with all connectors, manuals and removal tools (but oddly not the outer installation cage - may* have left that in the Escort accidentally). Also CD changer compatible.

 

Last used c.2006 in my Escort (briefly), but then I only had about two Minidiscs, so not much point in me having it, really.

 

Shiter's price: £20 posted

 

***Both units for £30 posted!!!!***

 

PM if interested in either/both (I know responses can get lost in this thread, so I won't be ignoring you!)



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Posted 17 May 2018 - 04:39 PM

Wheels and Tyres – Rover 75 Connoisseur

 

4 x 205/65 R15 Falken tyres with very little wear.

1 x good wheel with a worn tyre that was used as a spare.

 

£50 for all five collected from near Buckingham MK18 

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Posted 20 May 2018 - 09:34 PM

Does anyone have a working Volvo 240 wiper motor they'd sell me? It's a 1989 saloon, not sure if that makes a difference!



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Posted 21 May 2018 - 01:06 PM

Nothing left in Mike Douglas's?

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Posted 21 May 2018 - 07:21 PM

It's a struggle to get to Carlisle during opening hours at the mo as I'm at the other end of the county.

Also not sure if MD's is as easy to get in for a look after what happened a few months ago...

Got one coming from Wales in the post, now.

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Posted 22 May 2018 - 11:16 AM

Ah, I see (having looked up the news).

Having said that, do you work 7 days-a-week every week? Plus a quick phone call would of answered the availability and access issue - I've had them pull parts before when they've either been too difficult to reach or I'm too lazy to.

I do know what you mean about it taking days to get round the county though! :)

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Posted 22 May 2018 - 11:49 AM

It's one of those where I could do with it in the next few days but no chance of getting up there in time, and when I was in Carlisle last Saturday morning I didn't know I needed it.

£40 posted for one from a club member isn't much more than the diesel I'd use to get to Carlisle for a look either.

Sorted, anyway :)
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Posted 22 May 2018 - 11:57 AM

It's one of those where I could do with it in the next few days


Been there with the very sluggish "magnet has dropped off inside my shit french wiper motor" problem https://www.flickr.c...157652547506435

Chemical metal to stick it back in place and job jobbed.
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Posted 23 May 2018 - 11:44 AM

WANTED

 

Clutch cable for our 1996 Citroen ZX Turbo diesel please!


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At home and broken:

1990 Mercedes 200TE (heat stuck on max), 1966 Jaguar E-Type FHC (core plug leaking), Cadillac Gear selector bush worn causing the inhibitor switch to stick.


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Posted 23 May 2018 - 02:16 PM

What's so special about it and what is it's length? (and how is the silly little plastic clip thing)
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Posted 23 May 2018 - 04:26 PM

Anyone have a rear lower valance for a 1983 austin metro? Long shot i know....

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 05:10 PM

WANTED

Clutch cable for our 1996 Citroen ZX Turbo diesel please!


Cant help with that request but i do have a new cambelt for one of those you can have when i eventually make it to the FOD.
Maybe more XUD stuff. Ill have a look, I am intending to come over on the FOTU weekend.

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 05:36 PM

What's so special about it and what is it's length? (and how is the silly little plastic clip thing)

 

The cable is still in the car so I can't measure it.

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1990 Mercedes 200TE (heat stuck on max), 1966 Jaguar E-Type FHC (core plug leaking), Cadillac Gear selector bush worn causing the inhibitor switch to stick.






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