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  1. #11
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    The granada version is only fibreglass where the seat is and the vertical area beneath the fuel tank to the boot floor again the reason for that is the rear diff mount. Hadn't noticed the wheel arches

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    Quote Originally Posted by stu e View Post
    The granada version is only fibreglass where the seat is and the vertical area beneath the fuel tank to the boot floor again the reason for that is the rear diff mount. Hadn't noticed the wheel arches
    Just to be clear, this is the 'old Granada' version.
    The Granada Scorpio, using very similar (bot not the same) componentry as the Sierra .....
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_S...20car%20market.
    was used as the MkIII Sumo donor, which has sheet steel floors throughout.
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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinW View Post
    Just to be clear, this is the 'old Granada' version.
    The Granada Scorpio, using very similar (bot not the same) componentry as the Sierra .....
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_S...20car%20market.
    was used as the MkIII Sumo donor, which has sheet steel floors throughout.
    We were discussing the MK2

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    I saw this car yesterday on the back of a trailer. Had a quick chat with the new owner about it, he seems fairly enthusiastic although it is a project. Body has had lots of work done and once painted will look very nice. I voiced my concerns over engine power vs Cortina underpinnings which he took on board. Will be interesting to see how this develops.
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    Hopefully you nudged him to join us here and we can see the progress

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgosumo View Post
    Hopefully you nudged him to join us here and we can see the progress
    I did point him in the right direction, hopefully we will see him here soon. Nice chap.
    David.

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