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Re: Garage clearout

Postby theelanman » Fri 13.10.2017, 08:12

quantum wrote:Do you per chance have an electrical water pump, if so could you please give me a price.

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Re: Garage clearout

Postby sheriff464 » Fri 13.10.2017, 21:02

Hello Elanman, I am interested in the Door/Window external weather seals.One for each side! Is that what is in the box? Please PM me with details of price and carriage cost etc.P.S.I have a 1995 S2. Regards from Sheriff464.
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby theelanman » Mon 16.10.2017, 09:40

couple of pics....
3 pics of the hardtop
one of the spare S2 wheel
and one of the set of 4 Federal 16" wheels

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Re: Garage clearout

Postby simonbuk » Mon 16.10.2017, 14:52

So whats the hardtop made from ? Actual carbon fibre or just a c/f wrap ? Who made it ?
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby theelanman » Mon 16.10.2017, 15:01

actual carbon fibre.......and SPC Design.....
I could see the joints in the mats of CF.....so had it painted......
then wished Id left it....so had it wrapped.......
you can see the actual weave in the inside.....you can also pick it up and lift it over your head which 3 of you might be able to do with the std SPC designed roof
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby theelanman » Mon 16.10.2017, 15:03

I think....am pretty sure....but I do believe he only made about 3~4 of these in CF
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby Fredjohn » Tue 17.10.2017, 10:35

Fredjohn wrote:Gareth

The aerial please. PM me with details etc etc

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Re: Garage clearout

Postby HJ2 » Tue 17.10.2017, 10:47

HJ2 wrote:Is the Greddy recirculating, of Bus-driver type? :D


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Re: Garage clearout

Postby theelanman » Tue 17.10.2017, 11:53

recirculating.....
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby simonbuk » Tue 17.10.2017, 16:42

What's bus-driver type ??!!
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby theelanman » Thu 26.10.2017, 13:40

BUMP........

I know its probably seems ages away......but Im going to stick this stuff on Ebay after Christmas......
just incase anyone wants anything.....
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby HJ2 » Thu 26.10.2017, 17:18

simonbuk wrote:What's bus-driver type ??!!



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Re: Garage clearout

Postby Danevansgolf » Thu 26.10.2017, 20:06

Do you have the lower assay radiator bracket. If so, pictures would be nice of the condition. And obviously a price. Cheers
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby Giniw » Thu 26.10.2017, 20:31

Do you happen to have a front right lower wishbone?
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby RichardK » Sun 29.10.2017, 18:03

PM Sent!
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby ashm » Fri 03.11.2017, 21:24

How much do you want for the bonnet liner?
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby bbjon » Mon 06.11.2017, 11:02

Don't suppose you've got any seats?

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Re: Garage clearout

Postby lotusflasherman » Mon 06.11.2017, 12:06

theelanman wrote:..you can also pick it up and lift it over your head which 3 of you might be able to do with the std SPC designed roof


Bloody hell, I must be strong ! No problem putting on or taking off the std SPC roof solo. Are you a load of wimps up North? :lol:
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby dapinky » Mon 06.11.2017, 17:56

lotusflasherman wrote:
theelanman wrote:..you can also pick it up and lift it over your head which 3 of you might be able to do with the std SPC designed roof


Bloody hell, I must be strong ! No problem putting on or taking off the std SPC roof solo. Are you a load of wimps up North? :lol:


Us Welshmen must be made of strong stuff aswell - I can do it on my todd (but I expect it would be easier if it were half the weight)....
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Re: Garage clearout

Postby dapinky » Mon 06.11.2017, 18:00

bbjon wrote:Don't suppose you've got any seats?

cheers

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Aargghh! - if only you'd asked 3 weeks ago - I chucked a pair into the skip before we moved house (no-one seemed to want them, and they were a solid pair removed to make way for the S2000 ones 3 years ago).
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