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Jason240z last won the day on March 13 2018

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  1. so its just a car from a car 'shop' that did restore cars?
  2. Strange one, so nissan 'sanctioned' 37, surely this just makes this a car that was built by the same people? same as if they built one now? Also given the others were 'standard', this seems to be nothing other than a shop special?
  3. A few point mr HS30-H 1) Please never sell the 432r 'recreation' 2) Can I go on the list, even if its just to say "I can't afford it' 3)That 'vz' car is in my top 5 all time fav's!!
  4. I can say with complete confidence that Aston did their own recreations before 2014, I think there were some at Goodwood when I use to work there(2009-12), also that they started doing them in the late 80's, however the early ones were for racing i know. What I don't get/trust is some on the BAT thread. Every factually correct post gets removed, people trying to pass on their own version of facts as correct for their own agendas. Not to mention all the sellers in the threads saying i've sold x for $$$$$$ off here trying to artificially increase prices.
  5. interesting chat again. Its a bit of a 'bully' setup on there. People who really do not understand the cars and the wider model range, speaking about stuff like its correct and flaming others who normally are more factually correct.
  6. Has the new owner been here yet to have a look at the interesting threads about the car?
  7. The other great thing about bring a trailer is that all the interesting comments get marked as 'not constructive' and removed. Also the seller and direct the conversation, looks like it happened quite a bit on there.
  8. Glad my sarcasm came through 😁
  9. Based on reports Fender/hood/cowl/battery tray area all replaced inner wheel well andFirewall and frame rail damaged. I'd guess that the BAT seller told the buyer and/or disclosed this in the auction?
  10. Thats correct. The 'guild' were just the flippers.
  11. how much were they? Looks like they've just put their price up?
  12. I think it was the bronze bearing 'picking up' inside, or the small crack caused the bronze bearing to move/split which added to it.
  13. yes Alan-T had some spares, once I'd found the mustache bushings.
  14. The worlds slowest car build has had some progress. 1st off, its off its wooden dolly, the one that was suppose to be for 3 months, lasted 6.5 years. I put it on the suspension mounting points so couldn't bolt anything to it. I was fortunate enough to have tracked down all the correct moustache bar parts, with a little help. Had to make a former to make the ends correct. Subaru 4.44 plated r180. Had it apart and checked bearings and wipe pattern, all perfect. I'd like to use bolts instead of the studs though for the rear mounts, can't see why not? All the rear end is now in place(chassis stuff). Rear suspension is now on. I've just gone for new rubber bushings everywhere. I need to check with with Ad at VA motorsport exactly how the suspension tops go together in the car, its intrax suspension with VA's road/rally topmounts. Theres little adapters/spacers. I can't work out if they go on the underside or inside. Nothing is torqued down yet, i've ordered a few replacement bolts for ones i've lost. I've got to do a bit of stonechip on the front rails under the engine. Not looking forward to that. Knackered steering rack doesn't please me. Some pretty things put back on..... Firewall insulation cut rearlights and panel
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