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    carpet tiles

    carpet tiles
  2. Thread: Pre iva mot

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    Kevin - with respect (genuinely) I think you have...

    Kevin - with respect (genuinely) I think you have missed the point. Insurers are not entitled to give anyone permission to drive an unregistered car on a public road for any reason.
    They can cover...
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    That is a splendid looking car. Congrats

    That is a splendid looking car.

    Congrats
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    Lucky Boy :cool: Just remember how high your...

    Lucky Boy :cool:

    Just remember how high your garage is!
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    I agree with Russell I had a similar problem...

    I agree with Russell

    I had a similar problem quite a few years ago at Brands Hatch - "chemical metal" provided a very good temporary solution (I was hugely sceptical at the time) which was still...
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    I am glad that Ken has got the DVSA to accept...

    I am glad that Ken has got the DVSA to accept there are errors on the paperwork issued and to amend them. I'm also glad that others have got their situations sorted.
    However I still think there is...
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    Time. Kids. Work.Old age. etc etc etc as Yul...

    Time. Kids. Work.Old age.

    etc etc etc as Yul Brinner used to say :-o
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    Not for a long time - would be good if anyone is...

    Not for a long time - would be good if anyone is interested - mine's still off the road, though
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    YES - and the emissions that applied in 2003 to...

    YES - and the emissions that applied in 2003 to your kit car is as I stated - 0.12 HC & 4.5% CO - your kit is not a mass produced vehicle and hence the euro spec figures for "mainstream" cars does...
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    It seems to me that the crucial bit in all of...

    It seems to me that the crucial bit in all of this is "You must test kit cars or amateur built vehicles to the limits in the vehicle's registration document (V5c). If the V5c doesn't show any...
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    I think Ian's was always Mk 3 Granada

    I think Ian's was always Mk 3 Granada
  12. Powerspeed http://www.fastroadconversions.co.uk/...

    Powerspeed http://www.fastroadconversions.co.uk/ in Ashford (Kent) are a little bit nearer to you.

    I can highly recommend them - good quality work
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    duplicate posting

    duplicate posting
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    To an extent it depends on the quality of the...

    To an extent it depends on the quality of the "stainless" that you're trying to weld (some "stainless steels" more "magnetic" than others which as I understand it means they are deemed a poorer...
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    It was designed to stop a car far heavier than...

    It was designed to stop a car far heavier than your Dax will be....
  16. Thread: Dvla

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    I think many of you are missing the point of the...

    I think many of you are missing the point of the case - purchaser buys a car with a logbook stating "historic" and relies on that "in part". The DVLA have already, at that stage, decided that they...
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    There's one here - not cheap and NTDWM ...

    There's one here - not cheap and NTDWM ...
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    I haven't used my (Hermes) account for a long...

    I haven't used my (Hermes) account for a long while so I checked the T's & C's and you're correct. What's the rationale behind that decision??
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    Thanks for the info guys - just a test image...

    Thanks for the info guys - just a test image http://www.cobraclub.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=35376&stc=1






    Got there finally .....:shock:
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    Poll: My Sumo was SVA'd in 2005. My V5C also states...

    My Sumo was SVA'd in 2005.

    My V5C also states that the registration Mark is "non-transferable" [Special notes #1] so I don't think that it's anything new (and i agree with the previous comments...
  21. Thread: What is it ?

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    http://www.cobraclub.com/forum/attachment.php?atta...

    http://www.cobraclub.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=35287&stc=1 your chassis must be heavily modified as the mark 2 and mark 3 are completely different (picture shows mark 2).

    To separate...
  22. Thread: What is it ?

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    Physically the same except that maybe the stub...

    Physically the same except that maybe the stub axles are slightly longer - not sure as it was along time ago when i was looking at these things. Granada's had vented discs whereas the Cortina didn't....
  23. Thread: What is it ?

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    that's what mine is & it works fine :D

    that's what mine is & it works fine :D
  24. Thread: What is it ?

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    I've just uncovered some photo's (yes taken on...

    I've just uncovered some photo's (yes taken on film!!!) of my original chassis and it does have the same bracing on the front. That chassis was made in 1992 and is for Granada Mark 2 running gear.
  25. Thread: What is it ?

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    I'll stick my neck out and say it's definitely...

    I'll stick my neck out and say it's definitely not a Mark 3 chassis - they used bespoke wishbones and coilovers whereas the Mark 1 & 2 used the Cortina/Granada 2 wishbones, shocks with pilgrim coil...
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