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  1. made me cry, such a shame to waste one.
  2. Great contributions fellas thanks for all the feedback, i will make the blank plate rather than weld up the holes, hopefully it will look ok but you never know, i will pop a picture on this link when done. Roy.
  3. from what i have noticed on many cars It would seem that some have both sides cut out and some cars have just one side cut out depending on if they are RHD or LHD, mine had both cut on the production line i assume that it was done just in case the factory changed the market it was intended for, though please do correct me if i am wrong before needlessly make a new panel.
  4. excellent picture. Thanks Johannes, i can get the dimensions and pressing thickness easily now.
  5. Hello again chaps, i wonder if any one can help with a picture of a post TS-6000 peddle box blanking plate, my car is a TS-76000, and the peddle box blanking plate on mine was just a flat off-cut of steel cobbled together by a previous owner, i know that they differ between models with the pressing. and yes i know i could buy one but as i can move steel i thought i would give it a go.
  6. wow, sweet looking TR3a kiwifrog, thanks for the input.
  7. Thanks for the posts, i am sure that a latter g/box would be an improvement, i would just prefer the car to be in it's original spec, i am not obsessed with originality as somewhere in the cars life the original g/box went A.W.O.L so it will never be a complete original car.
  8. Hello me again. does any one want to swap my tr4a A type overdrive gearbox for a tr3a overdrive g/box with the latter bendix starter casting. you will all laugh at me i'm sure but i had to ask, you never know your luck.
  9. stop tormenting me with pictures of your car
  10. Great thanks for everyone's input, i will add a set of stainless to my shopping list. Roy
  11. oh yeah nice looking car, three up to stainless.
  12. well as far as i know stainless steel is harder than your average mild steel due to the Chromium so it can be a bit thinner, and i suppose it will depend on who you buy from i would hope that the likes of Moss europe would vet their suppliers for a good quality product ( other suppliers are available ) and as for scratches they are bumpers and they do exactly what it says on the tin, unless you are talking about putting bumpers on your bumpers to protect your bumpers etc, so i would say two up to stainless.
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