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jon.nolan

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  1. Hello John! I'm good thanks, finally getting on with my cars instead of everybody else!! It's a nice feeling I'll look into all you have mentioned, Thank you and I'll see you at Malvern if you're going.
  2. Thank you all! Much appreciated! Some reading to do and a hairy chest to glue on as I think I probably will go for the worm and peg and dispense with the servo...
  3. Mmmm seat belts... To be launched over the wall into the field where the angry bull is or to be strapped tightly into the raging ball of flames... I never know which is best...
  4. Blimey, that was quick responses, thanks chaps... Thanks for the lightening quick response Stan! Yes I've only ever had Peerless's and Warwicks before (I ran the Peerless register for a while before Nigel Cluley) so although I'm familiar with the mechanicals and electrics, the 3A chassis and body are new territory and I don't want to miss something that's easy to do now and a nightmare to do later. The car is a Californian import to the UK so I need to convert back to RHDrive. It already has a RHD rack conversion but I'm not sure if I want that or not, I've always just had t
  5. Hello all... Let's try to keep this to ourselves (I don't want those Peerless guys getting wind of this) I've started restoring a 1960 3A I know, SPLITTER! I'm just asking in case there's a good resource/cheat sheet of 'sensible/practical modifications' for people doing a complete nut and bolt rebuild. Does anything want strengthening/beefing up/adding/cutting off (I'm talking about the car) etc on either the body/chassis ? Are there any well known weaknesses or failings (I'm talking about the TR...) that can be improved upon without spoiling the originality (noticeably)
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