Dutton Kit Cars and their owners
just been watching "who do you think you are" with rick stein and in the last few minutes there was what looked like a blue dutton phaeton (only caught a quick glance) anyone confirm?
Well it has been sometime, what with work, family and waiting for someone to correct their mistakes.... I have finally put the engine in (again!!!) Very annoying and frustrating when you pay for an expensive job to be done by a specialist only to find out that it was not done and not by them in the first place . Ohh the power of knowing your rights in all matters legal, Needless to say it has been done as per my original spec, some times I wonder fi I should have…Continue
Added by Keith Duncan on August 20, 2013 at 20:55 — No Comments
avoiding taking the engine out of the Sierra (AGAIN) This was accomplished by attacking the floor in the cab with an angle grinder and buzz saw. The end result will be a much lower tunnel which will then allow my seats to fit properly. In the process I have removed thin tin plate, polystyrene blocks, a shed load of P40 and some cardboard (soggy).
Killing P40 and P38 with a flap disc in the angle grinder REALLY makes the dust fly. I ache from leaning in through the door of the car but…Continue
it has a S3 body and boot lid and bonnet....but an early triumph front wish bone chassis.....looking at the rear end of the chassis it could be a B+ chassis, he says he has a log book so Big Vern get in there quick your S1 could have its new chassis.
Added by Dave Adams on August 6, 2013 at 20:30 — No Comments
the above is an example of a "Lefora" style forum, the software to use it is free and it looks to have a good layout....the forum in question isn't well used but that doesn't matter, its the style and layout that needs looking at and its possible to have it entirely free if you allow adverts on the pages.
if anyone uses any other style of forum and they like it post a link to it here so we can…Continue