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james butler
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Re: crusty rusty rocket

Post by james butler » Sat Mar 31, 2018 1:14 am

nice one jack that looks a lot neater and quicker :ok:


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Re: crusty rusty rocket

Post by Jack92 » Sat Mar 31, 2018 7:07 am

I think the one I’ve linked is open all the way down one site, which is probably best due to connectors but you can get it ‘closed’ as well. Would obviously mean feeding the whole loom through it though


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Jack
South East

http://www.motorsportdiscounts.co.uk
Seat Leon 1.8T 20V - Track Car
VW Scirocco Scala 1.8 Inj - Toy
Ford Transit 2.0 - Work Horse

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Re: crusty rusty rocket

Post by james butler » Sat May 12, 2018 8:38 pm

took the dashboard out of the loft and prepped it to go bakc into crusty.
unfortunately the dash is quite cracked and the middle vent buckled as they do when they get damp and the vinyl shrinks.
so i cut the moulded fibre board on the rear and reinforced it with steel inserts so the demist will work properly and not leak like a sieve.
screwfix do bags of 100 self tappers for a couple of quid and found them perfect for securing the plates to the dash and refitting the dash in place.
rerouted all the electrics back to there relevant holes in the dash for the switches.
somehow ive picked up 2 drivers side headlights so need a passenger one, anyone who has one would you be willing to swap for a good nick drivers? or part with for cash?
also need to find my fog light and hazard switch.


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Re: crusty rusty rocket

Post by Jack92 » Sat May 12, 2018 8:55 pm

Hey buddy,

I’ve got a scala which I’m breaking at the moment due to rust and it not being worth repairing.

Send me over a list of stuff you need and I’ll check to see if it’s for it. The light is definitely there.


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Seat Leon 1.8T 20V - Track Car
VW Scirocco Scala 1.8 Inj - Toy
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Re: crusty rusty rocket

Post by james butler » Sat May 12, 2018 9:17 pm

cheers jack will be in touch :good:


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Re: crusty rusty rocket

Post by james butler » Sat Jul 07, 2018 10:38 pm

still waiting for the log book to come back with the correct engine number, cc and colour change but lately ive been ticking off the list of jobs left before the car can be motd.
one little present i got for it was to get the sun visors overhauled
if i can work out how to upload pics i will show you all


I dont mind project cars but I HATE SANDING!!!