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Post by MR TIKI » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:35 pm

I thought it was about time I started a thread on the evolution of my 1967 super Imp.these are just some of its looks over the past 9 years.when I got it the rust was held togehter with bits of Imp but,now its solid steel as the last picture shows! :D
in 1999 it was dragged from a shed needing new sills and everything doing.
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in 2003 it looked like this
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in 2005
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in 2006
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in 2007
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in 2008
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and now.....
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Big thanks to those who helped along the way,you know who you are!! :wink:
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Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Sun Aug 31, 2008 5:12 pm

When put together like this you can see how its evolved over the years , great to see , not sure which incarnation i like the best , they are all individual and fantastic , whats next years change. :D
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Post by colin rooney » Sun Aug 31, 2008 6:17 pm

I love this car the way it changes ever year and loads of my mates who go to all the hot rod shows always tell me there was a mad looking imp at the show i know straight away its Bryan's imp there on about 'keep up the good work mate

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Post by sonic.boom » Mon Sep 01, 2008 8:52 pm

MY GOD :o !you change youre car more than i do :lol: gud on ya mate! :D could i ask where you get the moon discs from?also i love youre recent h.lamp style ,is it vinyl and did you buy them or make them? -simon
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Post by JamesImp » Mon Sep 01, 2008 10:48 pm

I believe the lamps are buyable, isnt it a chrome surround with a divide? I was looking for them but i dont seem to be able to find any. Any ideas?

Edit: FOUND THEM. On the 'bay Search "Chrome Cats Eyes" they are in a shop 11.99 something like that.

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Post by skamanfrank » Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:09 pm

SUCH a cool car!
Looks even better in the flesh as well!
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Post by MR TIKI » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:12 pm

sonic.boom wrote:MY GOD :o !you change youre car more than i do :lol: gud on ya mate! :D could i ask where you get the moon discs from?also i love youre recent h.lamp style ,is it vinyl and did you buy them or make them? -simon
any MOON stockist should able to get the discs and the Cats eye shields,checkout http://www.mooneyesusa.com and follow the links.I got the 12" set and the cats eyes four/five years back after along wait via SATURN INDUSTRIES in the forrest of dean ask for Mike on 01594 834321,the wait was due to low demand for small disc sizes in the US and they had to be made.these days demand has increased so they should be easier to come by.the 13" set came in a week via the PAINTBOX in Essex a couple of years ago,sadly they no longer deal with Moon so try http://www.roadhouseretro.com they should be able to get them and will probably have the cats eye light shields in stock.happy hunting :D
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Post by sonic.boom » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:15 pm

ta :D -simon
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Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:21 pm

How did you get the matt red effect paint in 2005 :?:
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Post by MR TIKI » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:23 pm

JamesImp wrote:I believe the lamps are buyable, isnt it a chrome surround with a divide? I was looking for them but i dont seem to be able to find any. Any ideas?

Edit: FOUND THEM. On the 'bay Search "Chrome Cats Eyes" they are in a shop 11.99 something like that.

I want white wall tyres!! And mine that low!! :evil:
give BRAVADO AUTOMOTIVE a ring on 01932 858248 'Atlas' white walls are about £30 per set,you fit them between the tyre and rim while the tyre is deflated.see their ad in practical classics or volksworld.He's sold me mixed size sets in the past when I was running 13"s and 12",Top bloke!
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Post by MR TIKI » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:30 pm

Noddy wrote:How did you get the matt red effect paint in 2005 :?:
It had 3 coats of Halfords red oxide primer over polar white.it was Ox blood when it was dry and cherry red when it was wet.I'm looking foward to the new 'suede' finish paints used in the states being more widely available as they now do most colours.they are 8) !
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Post by MR TIKI » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:36 pm

skamanfrank wrote:SUCH a cool car!
Looks even better in the flesh as well!
:D Cheers Frank,how's FAF?
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Post by Englander » Wed Sep 03, 2008 9:56 am

Mr Tiki,

This is one car that really deserves the much misused COOL 8) 8) 8)

Can we have some pics of the interior - I know its also pretty nice... :)

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Post by MR TIKI » Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:22 pm

at present the re-worked dash minus the old cracked black vinyl looks like this
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and the back seat is rapped in a Mexican blanket to add some colour.......
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other features include banded rear wheels and Caddy lights :D
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Post by JamesImp » Thu Sep 04, 2008 8:03 am

Absolute Beauty! What suspension is on it?
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Post by sonic.boom » Thu Sep 04, 2008 9:52 am

i luuurrve the lights,dead cool .what are they?caddy or something similar?-simon
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Post by bazzateer » Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:21 pm

MR TIKI wrote: other features include banded rear wheels and Caddy lights :D
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Post by sonic.boom » Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:57 pm

:oops: :oops: sorry for my stupidity :lol: ,i really should learn to read the words and to not just look at the pretty pictures :lol: :lol: -simon
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Post by MR TIKI » Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:02 pm

JamesImp wrote:Absolute Beauty! What suspension is on it?
I can't tell you much about the suspension other than it has track springs from 2 different race cars,the fronts are as low as you can go without having to shave the stub axles to prevent negative camber and the rears proved too low for road use so there are risers in the spring wells to make it usable about town.I went as low as I could without needing to change anything other than the springs.they've been on there some years now and I never did measure them.
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Post by JamesImp » Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:11 pm

If you ever find out. Let me know yeah! :P I want mine at that height. Are the off imp based cars, or just universal springs.
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Post by Basildon310 » Fri Sep 05, 2008 3:24 pm

Mr Tiki, are you still using the race rears you got from Robin Human? If so then these are the 8" 800lb springs that Malcolm Anderson sells.

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Post by MR TIKI » Fri Sep 05, 2008 8:18 pm

JamesImp wrote:If you ever find out. Let me know yeah! :P I want mine at that height. Are the off imp based cars, or just universal springs.
see above for rear spring spec,they are indeed the ones Robin sold me.I think the front ones came from Colin and Graham Cashmore they might recall what spec they are...
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Post by colin rooney » Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:04 pm

No the rear springs are not 800lbs from malcolm do they did come from robin they are a lot shorter than what malc sells as i had them at my place for some time i would think they are around 6 inch
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Post by JamesImp » Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:11 pm

So where can you get 6 inch springs from...? would i not need adjustable dampers at the bck for that size spring. In the future, say two years :P. I will get avos all round. and get it as low as suitable without other mods.
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Post by MR TIKI » Sat Sep 06, 2008 7:24 am

colin rooney wrote:No the rear springs are not 800lbs from malcolm do they did come from robin they are a lot shorter than what malc sells as i had them at my place for some time i would think they are around 6 inch
with what Colin says in mind maybe Malc's 8" springs will give a simular ride height because mine have risers under them!?
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Post by Basildon310 » Sat Sep 06, 2008 5:42 pm

JamesImp wrote:So where can you get 6 inch springs from...? would i not need adjustable dampers at the bck for that size spring. In the future, say two years :P. I will get avos all round. and get it as low as suitable without other mods.
With springs that short you will need much shorter shocks and even lowered AVOs will be too long. Thankfully AVO will make you even shorter ones to order! :wink:
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Post by MR TIKI » Sat Sep 06, 2008 8:20 pm

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another 'back in the day' shot,crossing the finishing line on the London to Brighton run in 2003.:D
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Post by MR TIKI » Wed Mar 04, 2009 8:26 pm

I finally found some time to work on the car on monday,it has'nt moved since november time last year when I picked up a switch barrel from Mr Rooney having had a binnacle fire.(btw cheers Colin,it works perfectly) After spending a very long morning removing burnt wiring and rebuilding the electrics I needed to have some fun so,I revamped the steering wheel!
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AND AFTER :D !
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Post by sonic.boom » Wed Mar 04, 2009 9:00 pm

seeeeexxxxxxxxxyyy :D :D :D :D :D :D -simon
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Post by skamanfrank » Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:02 pm

There's so many small, subtle changes/bits of work that make this car so friggin cool!

Then there's the not so subtle ones as well ;)
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Post by bud » Thu Mar 12, 2009 10:28 am

That sure does look sweet!! I've been thinking for a while now about doing my imp bear metal. How did you do this and how long did it take? I have the 1" lower than standard monte springs and race rears on my imp from Malcolm Anderson which give me that sort of ride height, looks awesome but you have to watch out for speed bumps :) Also got lowered Avo springs all round which work fine, its all a bit bumpy but i like it!! I will add photos sometime to see what everyone else thinks.
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Post by MR TIKI » Thu Mar 12, 2009 11:01 pm

I used a stripping brush on an angle grinder,the paint was real bad and I intended to do a bare metal respray,it ended up with a laquer coat instead.I can't say how long it took because I do what I can,when I can.if you've got a work shop and some free time you could do the whole car in a day or two I'd imagine.my only advise would be to wear ear defenders and be very nice to the neighbours first! your car sounds cool already,get busy with some pics :wink:
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Post by bazzateer » Mon Aug 10, 2009 8:04 pm

Congratulations Bryan and Harrison! :) Second place for Personalised Imp having arrived after most people had already cast their votes, leave earlier next year mate! :lol:

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Post by angela » Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:49 pm

I thought the Tiki Mobile was fabulous and took loads of pics, that thing has so got its act together!
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Post by ImpManiac » Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:51 pm

I agree. The Tikimobile oozes cool from every pore! Very good to see it in its current incarnation.

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Post by Prometheus » Tue Aug 11, 2009 5:29 pm

I sooo Loooooovee your car Bryan. So good to meet you on the Sunday when you were parked outside the rally control tent. ( we chatted about your longboard roofrack amongst other things - I was the fat ba*****d with the beard :lol: ) . What's so awesome is that your car is so unique. As I posted in another thread it is the epitome of the personalised car and you would have walked away with 1st if you'd have been earlier :wink: . Anyway the other thing I like is that you do it with seemingly very little time and you don't throw loads of money at it. Inspirational stuff. 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)

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Post by stuartrf » Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:05 pm

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Post by MR TIKI » Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:55 pm

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I must say I've been blown away by the feedback I've had about the Tiki Mobile and a huge thank you goes to everyone that voted for it,it was very unexpected to even be in the running. we were more than pleased to make to the show on 3 cylinders but,to leave with a trophy made our day,a big thanks to all of you that have played a part in keeping it on the road too. :D
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Post by bazzateer » Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:53 pm

Nice shot there Bryan with Harrison's Tiki Cycle in the foreground. Can't wait to see next year's incarnation.
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Post by MR TIKI » Sun Nov 21, 2010 7:59 pm

yesterday was a good day,After much waving of the Tiki stick,some intense incantations and help from a very good friend the Tiki mobile fired up for the first time in over a year and work began on returning it to the road.2009 was a differcult year with teathing problems after an engine rebuild early on then other commitments meaning the car took a back seat,despite running on 3 cylinders and only managing 5-6 outings all year the last one being a local show in August it had been a great year.the high point was being able to put faces to names and winning a trophy at the Imp nationals in Reading.from November 2009 until now its just sat on the drive.
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the body has survived quite well despite the weather.
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with the aid of a new battery,fresh petrol and a blow lamp to dry out the electrics it took us about 20 minutes to get it running,it was so good to hear it run again.it was'nt long before we found the answer to its poor performance,I'd had and inkling that it would be the valves and this is what we found.
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I'm now determined to get it back on the road before the year is out.
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