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I thought you would all like to see what I have been working on over the last 8 months at TUK Customs (check out the link below)- some of you may have seen the MK1 shell at Edition 38 - well here are the pics from start to nearly finished.
Over the next couple of weeks I intend to get the engine in and on the road (hopefully ready for Westside???)
The car maybe up for sale at the end of the year as i have been offerd a job with work in Austraila (gutted!! but looking forward for the new challenge)
If you are intrested for the complete spec please contact me
http://www.flickr.com/photos/robkeets/s ... 6931/show/
Thanks for looking Rob
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How far would you go to get a TS?
Following an epic journey, across 5 countries, 1300 miles in 34 hours... and I have me a lovely, all original, never welded, no rust, fully roadworthy, 1974 TS!
OH MY GOD!!!!!
Had it a fortnight now and I still have to double-take it when I see it languishing on my drive every morning.
Owned by one family up until a year ago, and used daily.
Manufacture date: 30th July 1974.
So my question to you is-
Was it worth it?
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lol, I remember doing mine well....the forms look quite complicated but when it comes down to it you hardly need to fill anything in...shavhead wrote:Yes - palma green indeed-
just in the process of getting it registered with uk plates.