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I find it interesting to keep an eye on these and get a perspective on the whole classic car market. Results from 2PM SATURDAY 9TH NOVEMBER CARS Results from 2PM SUNDAY 10TH NOVEMBER CARS There are some nice examples of more exotic cars here that tbh I would expect to fetch more. I know I've said al...
- Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:30 am
- Forum: Looking for my old Mk2
- Topic: D736 BLB - White 1.3 litre
- Replies: 1
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Looks like it it had some time off the road in 2014 and 2017 as there's no MOT records for those years but apart from that it's been kept MOTed. And is currently road legal with both Tax and MOT, however only doing very low miles (30-50) a year for the past few years it would seem.
- Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:14 am
- Forum: I.C.E and Electrical
- Topic: blaupunkt multichanger location
- Replies: 7
- Views: 139
This thread has encouraged me to buy a new lead for my multi-changer, since I'd fitted the old lead so well under the carpet, and accidentally trapped it when I refitted the heater box, I left the lead in the old Golf when I sold it, but I kept the headunit and changer. I've had the headunit fitted ...
Glad it's working out for you and well done with the fix. Not sure how to test without, but I thought you could pick them up for reasonable money.... but on looking can't seem to find anything much below £50. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gunsons-GUNSON-Gastester-MK-2-MOT-CO2-Emmisions-Tester-Carb-Tuni...
- Tue Nov 19, 2019 2:55 pm
- Forum: Members Rides
- Topic: Eddypecks forth installment - Lucy
- Replies: 54
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Thanks, been away for a few days - took in the Haynes and Beaulieu Motor Museums (been sticking loads of pics on my Insta @akaeddypeck) so no further updates but using the car for work and I can report it's toastie hot inside. A little bit too much condensation building up though so I need to work b...
- Tue Nov 19, 2019 12:53 pm
- Forum: Interior, Upholstery and Trim
- Topic: heater blower fan grill water in to the cabin issues?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 65
I think most things are covered in the link of mine that Damien shared. However to add, if there's coolant in the system then any leak would generally have some crystallization in it and/or colour. Now here's the bit that some people don't like - especially in a 30 year old vehicle. If you have damp...