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    Welcome, The Cobra Forum has over 1200 forum members who either own or are building a 427 Cobra Replica, 289 or Daytona Cobras.

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    KugaWestie

    Classic Replica Build

    Thanks Fella's

    Yes I had thought about the screen when I started chopping. I decided to do it anyway and then offer the screen up once reshaped.

    KugaWestie Today, 05:40 AM Go to last post
    TINKA

    Classic Replica Build

    When Iain had his car painted he didn't have quite so bad a fit as you on the passenger side but due to the way the windscreen fitted he did have to raise

    TINKA Yesterday, 11:24 PM Go to last post
    Deck

    Classic Replica Build

    Just catching up here Gary, but want to reiterate these points. Having spent the last 3 years finishing the body (it was the kids...) you need to dig

    Deck Yesterday, 10:47 PM Go to last post
    Deck

    Classic Replica Build

    Keep the bottom edge of the screen in mind when you are doing this. If the dip is too great you will have daylight under the screen seal. These bodies

    Deck Yesterday, 10:11 PM Go to last post
    Darnpistonbroke

    Clutch slave cylinder

    Hi Aaron. That's the very one! Blimey, with that bore, no wonder my pedal took two feet to operate the clutch!
    Thank you for that. Now to do a little

    Darnpistonbroke Yesterday, 09:53 PM Go to last post