Bonnet Liner material.

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Bonnet Liner material.

Postby simonbuk » Tue 28.03.2017, 18:08

Having just completed replaceing my bonnet liner I've realised I've got enough left over to do another one.

Therefore if anybody is missing theres and they want some new stuff then this will do.

It was purchased from a proper supplier of car sound proofing/insulation/heat insulation, etc, etc.

It is enough to do the whole main piece, I could even send my cardboard template for you to use as a guide if you want. I made half a template as the shape is symmetrical, then you just flip it over to get the shape. You could also laugh at it and throw it in the bin when received.

I might, might, even have a small piece to use for that front piece - not sure.

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How does £12.50 sound to include p+p ?
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby Steve A » Tue 28.03.2017, 18:30

:poke: Yes please !
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby simonbuk » Tue 28.03.2017, 18:37

Ok cool - PM me your address details and I'll send you my bank details (or paypal ?) in return. :cheers:
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby clemo » Tue 28.03.2017, 20:30

If the Template is available there after i would appreciate it .
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby Steve A » Tue 28.03.2017, 21:26

:-D I'm surprised I beat you Clemo
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby dapinky » Tue 28.03.2017, 21:58

clemo wrote:If the Template is available there after i would appreciate it .
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby tb10 » Tue 28.03.2017, 22:11

That looks good! Where did you get it from and what adhesive did you use to stick it on?

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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby simonbuk » Wed 29.03.2017, 10:31

tb10 wrote:That looks good! Where did you get it from and what adhesive did you use to stick it on?

regards

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Just found a seller on Ebay that specialised in all things automotive sound proofing/heat resisting, etc.

It comes with adhesive all ready on the back, just peel the brown paper away and stick on !!
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby Tyger » Sat 01.04.2017, 19:27

I bought this "hood liner" (US speak) for my Elan a while back; thought it might be of interest on this thread: http://www.classic9leathershop.com/bonn ... for-lotus/
It is already cut to shape and looks pretty good. I have yet to install it though.
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Re: Bonnet Liner material.

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Sat 01.04.2017, 22:43

They are also available here: http://www.lbcarco.com/searchf.html

$50.00 + postage. Available with either Red, Yellow or Silver decals. Extra decals $15.00 each

I have no affiliation with this company but they are usually a bit less expensive...
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