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  1. Doing a grand job, always felt guilty for scrapping my 1300 years ago. Glad you're saving one....
  2. Are the sills from Giles? If so while profile not great, nice thick steel though and if you trim back they don't look bad.
  3. Sorry but I don't need another car. But thank you
  4. I'll be giving this a proper look over and quick clean this weekend. Don't be shy at making an offer. Will probably end up on ebay at the weekend on a 99p no reserve auction... Would prefer not to have to deal with the ebay numpties though..
  5. Just taken this in part exchange against my wifes Fiesta today. It helped seal the deal and to be honest I just need it gone. its a 2002 1.0 Tempest (no idea what that gives it but it does have a factory sliding roof - which does work) central locking but keep kit windows and manual mirrors. Mot to Nov 2019 Mileage is 83700. Tyres all good, clean interior but slight hole on drivers bolster. Cant see any welding been done and not been flagged as a rusty shed on MOT history but is starting to go round the arches (nowt serious and easily caught if it bothers you) Few minor scrapes on the bumpers and a dodgy paint blend on the o/s/r 1/4 Its never gone win any prizes - but as a an honest car it ticks all those boxes. Previous owner had it since 2012. Need it gone - £450ono Car located near Wakefield just off jct 40 M1
  6. Another thumbs up for rock auto. I sourced all my parts from there. Only rear shoes were wrong as the US brats have smaller back brakes. I managed to source a rear disc set up so that solved that issue. In the process of fitting a new fuel tank in mine and a steering arm for the mot.
  7. Enjoying your thread, I own a 91 model that I restored a couple of years back. Mine leaks oil and guess its from oil pump. Will keep checking in on your progress...
  8. You won't get charged storage till its cleared by the police but ring daily as when cleared they may forget to ring you! Insurers will more than likely see it as a total loss just by the time you add everything up and see what's available. Taking into account liability for state of engine etc. Good luck and wish I could have helped with parts.
  9. Well done with the purchase. Certainly looks saveable. Have you seen the latest cc weekly, the scene shot of Doncaster looks to have one of these crossing a bridge in front of the 1100/1300...
  10. RobT its many years since i worked on a mk3 cav. But unless my memory is totally shot im sure those 1/4 windows were bolt in with 8mm nuts. No glue required..
  11. Excellent news, great job. Slowly but surely as they say..
  12. Need some pictures yeah it was always good on fuel... joys of the fuel injection.
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