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  1. #761
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    Is the pivot not too close to the front egde?

  2. #762
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    Bonnet hinges sorted. They need fully welding, cleaning and spraying. Then the bonnet needs to be panel gapped properly

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  3. #763
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    Same sort of set up on my cobretti apart from body side bar had a T bar facing down toward front to help stop bar from roll off body .

  4. #764
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    Quote Originally Posted by viper Jim View Post
    Same sort of set up on my cobretti apart from body side bar had a T bar facing down toward front to help stop bar from roll off body .
    Thanks
    Any chance of getting a photo of yours?
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  5. #765
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    Don't know if it's just the angle of the picture! but the lead edge of your bonnet looks really close to the body work.
    Martin

    351W 416.7 HP and 466.8 ft-lbs

    Running Mega Squirt and Edis 8


  6. #766
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    Looks like bonnet is up high don't think you would need to open it as much so would not be so near to body. Regarding photos most I have are old school prints but will see what I can sort out as it was back in 90s I built my car.

  7. #767
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    Don’t forget the gas struts will limit the amount of forward travel.
    Dek

  8. #768
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    A few months ago I got my hands on a set of used wheels for a good price




    They were a good price for a reason though..........






    Two wheels were damaged and all four needed some real TLC
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  9. #769
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    The wheels were a bit of a gamble really.

    The first job was to get the tyres off and then see if the wheels could be straightened out. This was a success so gave me confidence to continue the journey



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  10. #770
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    I separated the centres from the rims




    With the rims all separated, I set about getting the worst of the grime off






    I found some spinners to fit after IVA




    By the time I had got this far I had built up a good rapport with a local wheel refurbishing specialist company, so I dropped them off with them to work their magic
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