New Series 1 owners

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Offline simonppowell

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Re: New Series 1 owners
Reply #25 - Oct 31, 2021 - 04:18
So the list of jobs that need doing is now in
1) Replace engine and gearbox mounts
2) Front prop shaft universal joints
3) Bump stops all round
4) Full coolant hose replacements
5) 4 new tyres and a new battery
6) NSF brake cylinder
7) Recondition master brake cylinder
8) Handbreak shoes
9) Refirb and then put back the series 1 dash
10) Full wiring loom replace
11) New ignition system - leads , rotor arm , cap etc
12) wax oil the Chassis
13) Replace hard top with new softtop
14) 3 new front seats


Update 30 Oct 2021.   The jobs are now completed
See attached photos
Canít wait to drive her to the pub


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Offline Graham 456

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Re: New Series 1 owners
Reply #26 - Oct 31, 2021 - 07:48
Hello very nice ,
just wondering if the canvas is fitted properly?
As the straps hanging down behind the seats should be attached to little hoops on the top of the windscreen?
But if you had a hardtop these brackets might not be their.?

Offline VRO Moderator

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Re: New Series 1 owners
Reply #27 - Oct 31, 2021 - 09:31
Looks lovely, well done. Enjoy the drive to the pub


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Offline simonppowell

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Re: New Series 1 owners
Reply #28 - Mar 23, 2022 - 08:21
So more than a year after buying the car we have more or less finished it
  • Changed the engine and gearbox mounts
    New propshaft Universal joints 
    Replaced Master break cylinder
    Wax Oiled the underside
    New seats
    New softtop
    Restored the dash , new wiring

 

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