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These don't come often and with the wheels on, sounds like a good deal to me

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The wheels and tires if they are good must be worth £200. Bargain, me thinks.

 

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Its had some weird welding done to the front engine mounts. That'll have destroyed the galvanizing and may be a problem to undo.

:) 

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Wolfrace wheels perhaps? Would look good with the paint stripped off. (but then I am bias- I love my Woolfies!!)

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I love the coffee table... My wife wouldn't though!

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54 minutes ago, mikeeech said:

I love the coffee table... My wife wouldn't though!

Probably why I'm single!

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Great table - could the cam pulleys be used as the controls for an arcade tabletop space invaders or maybe pac man If it's a s2?

You wouldn't be single for long then 😆

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Does anyone know how much the chassis sold for, out of curiosity?

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Darn it! Looks pretty tidy as well apart from those engine mounts.

Oh well, I've got my Excel chassis and running gear so I'll persevere with that...

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On 06/10/2018 at 17:59, mikeeech said:

I love the coffee table... My wife wouldn't though!

You can always have one as garage art Mike,  or put it on little roller wheels and use shatter proof strong glass and have it as a mobile tool table and it can keep a warm cup of coffee on it on those cold winter months in your garage lol  :thumbup:

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On 11/17/2018 at 09:12, Filbee said:

Darn it! Looks pretty tidy as well apart from those engine mounts.

Oh well, I've got my Excel chassis and running gear so I'll persevere with that...

If we didn't want a load of oily challenging work we would have bought mazda mxs

And then spent Sundays diving around looking smug.

Instead of lying on cold concrete in a light shower of debris trying to reach an inaccessible fastener in an unusual size.

I know which I'd rather do.

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6 minutes ago, tom kilner said:

If we didn't want a load of oily challenging work we would have bought mazda mx5

Errrrm,  funnily enough I do have one of those too... 😄

The Lotus is much more interesting though 😎😊

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21 minutes ago, Filbee said:

Errrrm,  funnily enough I do have one of those too... 😄

The Lotus is much more interesting though 😎😊

Best of both worlds!  if you're feeling too relaxed in the mazda, think of those lotus chassis/ body alterations.😉

If you're feeling too frustrated by the inaccessible fastener,  go for a drive in the mazda! 😎

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Haha, I like your thinking Tom 😊

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On ‎18‎/‎11‎/‎2018 at 06:28, silverfrost said:

You can always have one as garage art Mike,  or put it on little roller wheels and use shatter proof strong glass and have it as a mobile tool table and it can keep a warm cup of coffee on it on those cold winter months in your garage lol  :thumbup:

Cos I'm single I don't need garage art. I can have lounge art!! (My girlfriend loves it. -- and the Honda Goldwing brake side tables, so much I had to make her one).

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