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- Fri Oct 26, 2018 6:47 am
- Forum: Imp Club Spares
- Topic: Items to re-manufacture
- Replies: 33
- Views: 6427
Mazak will have been chosen as a cheap lightweight alloy that can be chromed. Retrospectively the same casting process can be replicated. But irrespective of the metal chosen, tooling and chroming will not come cheap. With the rise of CNC machining an option though surely is to make it from billet m...
I tend to agree: blue one. Sorry in case it offends anyone, I've got a nice 998 I can use too. Nothing irreversible of course. The car is already in good condition. Even its bonnet is 100% rust free. Too many cars. Can't help myself. I'll probably start a new thread when I eventually get started on ...
A couple of photos that I meant to include yesterday. The spit makes life so much easier .. Picture2.jpg Picture1.jpg The question is which of these two in the background (blue or green) gets the treatment next? The blue car was registered in early June 1963. And I like the style (simple, original t...
This entry prompted by progress on my white 1968 Sunbeam. By no means in poor condition to start off with, I decided anyway to put a set of new panels on it. Partly the exercise was to learn the ins and outs of an Imp’s structure, and what repair techniques are best suited to what areas of the car’s...
- Thu Jul 23, 2015 2:10 pm
- Forum: Readers Cars
- Topic: One picture , one post , one line comments only please
- Replies: 367
- Views: 141523
I like B492 series Sunbeams and welding - a happy combination.