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Hi Chris,

Welcome to the mad world of hoods.

Enjoy.

PJ

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Hi Chris,

 

CONGRATULATIONS you have made the PLUNGE you coughed up and joined the BEST Kit Car Club for advice and assistance.

 

I too joined prior to buying my Car :) and without the excellent HELP and understanding from phenomenal people who belong to this Club I would not have my Car.

 

Just make the most of the Camaraderie that will undoubtedly be offered by all and sunrdy.

 

ENJOY Stay SAFE and Well Please

 

Cheers

 

Steve

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welcome.. got a good car there. spent some time and effort on that one has ivan.

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Congratulations you have got a good car there look forward to meeting you

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Welcome to the club, take it easy on the first few drives these cars can lose traction very easily and if not use to driving rear wheel drive cars they can be fun.

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Well done Chris ! you will not regret it ! and many thanks for your kind comments !mick :clapping: :friends: :drinks:

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MarkBzero is spot on Howleybar.

 

Lightweight rear wheel drive cars can loose traction/grip with enthusiastic use of the throttle. Pls don't take that as a warning though mate? Think of it more as an invitation to loads of fun! ;0)

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Hi Chris,

As others have said, you've got a really car there!

 

Being in Bakewell, you're only down the road from me so if you have any problems etc.....I'm more than happy to pop over to lend a hand, or alternatively you're more than welcome to come over to me in Ripley.

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Hi Chris

 

Welcome aboard mate..

As others have said you bought a great lirttle car there. If you need polishing advice.... I'm your man

Hope to see you at a meet

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Thanks again everyone, looking forward to my first meet. Might be asking some of you guys for a bit of help sooner than anticipated, the choke cable needs re routing as its rubbing through on the front belt, also the dash mounted ignition unit just spins when I turn the key, it won't tighten up with the locking nut behind the dash, caused a small issue as I think a wire or two have come loose and shorted, rpm and speedo not working. Going to have a look tomorrow, might need some advice if at all possible

 

Cheers

Chris

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You've broken it already?

Simple to fix, pull choke cable away from the belt and secure with a cable tie,

All the wires are on spade connectors just work your way through them,

Also welcome to the world of kit cars

Plenty of help and advice on here,

You'll soon be an expert,

If you get stuck give me a txt and I'll see if I can help

Ivan

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That's kit cars for you even well built and maintained cars need constant attention aaaaah it's just like having another wife

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