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  • Today, 20:16
    ivanhoew
    BONJOUR mes enfants ,


    Well i finally got to a point of saying stuff it ! ...., lets see how it drives , i assembled it all on the car ..











    then rolled her out , fired her up (after taxing the old girl) and off we went , did a blatt round the roads ,about 6 miles , at different speeds to see how it felt .

    observations are ...


    much warmer in the cab .

    very little wind in face if any.

    totally rigid , no vibration or flexing .

    still have to solve the scratches/buy new pc/get glass cut and mounted in a way so it won't crack/






    i also, after driving for a while , realised i had put the coil overs on the back , much firmer , much better !...... need to turn the damping down a notch .



    Took some usual appalling quality pictures of it outside for a better view ...

























    thinking about it , i am very surprised how well it works considering how low it is .





    i spent a fair few hours with the da and various sanding stuff ,and mops with no luck ,so still pondering that stuff.




    vaya con dios



    regards
    robert
  • 08-07-2020, 08:31
    ivanhoew
    Quote Originally Posted by 28Chevy View Post
    With the top on?
    i am pleased to say i dont know if he pays attention with his top off .
  • 07-07-2020, 21:48
    28Chevy
    Quote Originally Posted by ivanhoew View Post
    also he's missed the bit earlier on where i point out i can see over the top , some people just don't pay attention lol
    With the top on?
  • 07-07-2020, 21:30
    blackpopracing
    Well if you can see over the top why do need them see throughnessosity???
  • 07-07-2020, 20:20
    ivanhoew
    Quote Originally Posted by 28Chevy View Post
    Yebbut they're Covid proof.......

    The world will be awash with scrap screening after the vaccine arrives, maybe just wait a bit?
    also hes missed the bit earlier on where i point out i can see over the top , some people just dont pay attention lol
  • 07-07-2020, 20:13
    28Chevy
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpopracing View Post
    Of course plexiglass screen are not legal, just sayin.?
    Yebbut they're Covid proof.......

    The world will be awash with scrap screening after the vaccine arrives, maybe just wait a bit?
  • 07-07-2020, 17:01
    blackpopracing
    Of course plexiglass screen are not legal, just sayin.

    Maybe use them as templates to get glass cut?
  • 07-07-2020, 13:27
    ivanhoew
    Thanks Magman , and Neil , much appreciated i think you're right , i need to be more patient , and work down in smaller steps with the wet and dry .
  • 07-07-2020, 10:41
    mygasser
    i always use some g3 compound on plastic headlight lenses, some need a bit of wet n dry first but always eventually come good. you may just need the patience of job to get it done mate (''have the patience of Job. To have an immense and unyielding degree of patience and conviction, especially in the face of problems or difficulty. A reference to the biblical figure Job, whose absolute faith in God remained unshaken despite the numerous afflictions set upon himself, his family, and his estate by Satan''). i've no doubt you have the conviction and will persevere to the bitter (and shiny) end.
    neil.
  • 06-07-2020, 20:13
    Magman
    There’s mobile guys out there that come out to you to polish the plastic headlight lens on modern cars. The headlights on my son’s Audi TT were scratched to hell and really foggy like a night in ye olde Londinium.
    Chappy turns up with his little van of tools and witchcraft, an hour later and they were so clear you couldn’t see the lens at all...cost him 45 folding beer vouchers......it could be worth a try?
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