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  • 2 weeks later...

Today the c110 was put on a rotisserie ready to tidy up underneath and fit the fabricated pieces to the inner wheel wells, I can't wait to see what they come up like.


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I went for a look during my lunch break today and took some close up pics of one of the fabricated pieces sitting in position before it was welded to show how nicely it fits in there.


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The outer lip you can see in that pic was cut off once the fabricated pieces were installed so there shouldn't be any clearance issues.

This is what it looks like from in the boot on the drivers side. Obviously the weld still needs to be ground back.


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  • 2 weeks later...

C110coupe, It would be great to meet another C110 owner.

I Spent some time in the shed today, managed to Straighten and polish one Scuff plate and since this pic was taken the other one is getting closer to looking straight again.


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  • 1 month later...

Progress update - Both sides have been metal finished and came up really well, I was stressing a bit about where the LPG hole was Oxy welded but even that came up awesome and won't need any filler.






I made my own rear camber and toe adjustment which seems to work well, It's similar to the datsport 1600 kit with slotted plates and thread for adjustment. No more ridiculous camber!

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