well not to sound greedy I have 2. one is complete all finished and road worthy with a 1600cc crossflow that I would like to change to something more modern
and another that is complete less engine and box but in kit form as the previous owner…"
"The trailing arms are directly below the top chassis rail all the way along, so they don't steal any space, apart from needing a little clearance. I did wonder about changing them to an oval profile or maybe a D shape, just to give them more…"
"i had often considered making the trailing arms longer.....but could not see the overall benifit from doing it... for one it makes the seating area much narrower and since that is where your looking to gain space it would be well worth your time…"
"that is a little like the mods i do to my cars....it does stiffen the rear a lot. Yours however is wasteful of the interior space, if you look at my rear chassis mods you can pinch a fair bit more interior space and make the seat back slope back a…"
"I've managed to get the tub out after cutting off the return on the top of the seat which went under the bodywork. This has revealed the chassis, which looks different from what I had expected - the trailing arms are longer than I expected and…"
"If you need parts just shout, I own a motor factors and am happy to provide parts, part numbers or prices for most things that we can still get. I own a Sierra II so am familiar with the car and it's little quirks. I also know your car from…"
The best way to put photo's on here is to host them on flickr. If you don't have a flickr account and need a hand setting one up I'll be happy to guide you through it and also point you in the right direction as to how to post…"