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Bloody wiring , it’s all wizardry and spells to me, give me a bit of metal anytime, oh the fun of car building ,I suppose it gives the old grey matter something to think about, I do like your cars though,very cartoon like .
cheers, i have always loved the shape of the fastback type 3.
to be fair theres not much metal work left to do its mostly wiring,
Can’t wait for more metal bashing .
that is such a cool looking car and the stance is spot on
with the cortina now out of the garage it left a bit of an empty floor space so i have dug out the fassty for a bit more work.
up on axle stands ready for some work.
washer bootle is from a mk6 fiesta.
Man thats awsome !
No other words just awsome
Whats the washer bottle from ? it really looks like its suposed to be there well done!
got a fair bit done on the fassty over the last few months but its time to put the cover over it , the reason being its time to get the cortina one step closer.
thats the idea chaley,
washer bottle arrived so got going on the inner wing.
made up a bracket to mount the washer bottle under the inner wing on the bulkhead.
as the neck of the bottle was to go through the inner wing i made up a cone,
the cone was then welded on the under side of the inner wing.
so that the washer bottle cap sits recessed in the panel.
bolted both inner wings back with the rad and it all looks pretty good.
still loads to do to the inner wings but its a good start.
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