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Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:46 pm

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bungi wrote:could these help?

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Hillman-Imp-front ... 23100f8cac

and i could collect them for you ther not too far from me and get the sent through the imp post or collected at the national :D
Need to make sure they are the correct ones unless youre prepared to work on them a little, the height of the sidelight/indicator varies depending on early or late model or indeed four headlamp or two headlamp are different around the headlight aperture for the seal on two headlight and none on the four headlight models. worth bearing in mind, but if theyre only 99p well?
Ive fitted two headlamp wings to four headlamp panels , doesnt take much altering , the early sidelight wings are so rare now that they are unlikely to be these , a quick question and measure up would solve this , for 99p though they have to be worth a punt
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Re: byb610b-benji damn thats not good!

Post by stuartrf » Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:54 pm

hi guys thanks for the replys
the front wing looks a hell of a lot better now, i spent half an hour beating it back into shape and tbh it doesent look half bad
cheers for the link to the wings they have gone on my watch list and if the worst comes to the worst i can cut out the arch and the front 1/4 and patch the old wing back together
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Re: byb610b-benji damn thats not good!

Post by stuartrf » Sat May 14, 2011 3:23 pm

hi guys bit of an update
the car door frame is braced now and i have removed the sill
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as you can see there isnt really much left of the center sill infact the only thing holding the sill to the car was the inner sill
but on the bright side i still beleve the car is saveable so i have spend about 500 quid and bought all but one repair section to get the passenger side sorted
i am still curently cutting old rusty sill out but hopefully i should be ready to fit the new inner and outer sill with in the next few weeks
and the repair arches and rear 1/4 some time after that then start on the other side :o
ive also decided this is other than my daily will be the last imp i totally restore and im goign to look into getting soemthing a bit more modern (dw i am still going to keep the imps i do know what i want though :wink: )

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Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Sat May 14, 2011 3:38 pm

stuartrf wrote: ive also decided this is other than my daily will be the last imp i totally restore
Lots of work but will be worth it , I too am no longer restoring any more Imps , enoughs enough , il keep what i have and thats it :)
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Post by super66 » Sat May 14, 2011 3:43 pm

I feel i will be joining this group soon, 1 imp is enough for me to deal with, not to say i wouldn't have a clan :P) soon there will be a modern joining the fleet.
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Post by stuartrf » Sat May 14, 2011 8:07 pm

the amount of dissapointment is what put me off i dont mind the work infact i spend 5 days a week doing it
i jsut want to get thoes 2 built then i will get my self something a bit different :wink:
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Post by ImpManiac » Sat May 14, 2011 10:17 pm

I too am not planning to restore any more Imps than the one I have now. I have my Triumph Stag project waiting in the wings and shall do that next - following somehow increasing my income! :?

But I never say never. Another Imp or Ginetta or Clan or Davrian :? is not impossible in the future. :wink:

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Post by bazzateer » Sat May 14, 2011 10:27 pm

Yeah right! As if none of you will do it again! :roll: :lol:
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Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Sat May 14, 2011 10:32 pm

bazzateer wrote:Yeah right! As if none of you will do it again! :roll: :lol:
Im retiring from major Imp restoration , Singers all but finished except for a few odds and sods , Vuskys as good as im prepared to get it , Prometheus needs some work which i may well do next year , my backs all but had it and groveling under a car is a no-no :roll:
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Post by ImpManiac » Sat May 14, 2011 10:38 pm

Noddy wrote:I might even disappear for a while :)
:o Noddy! NO! :? :?

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Post by ben » Sun May 15, 2011 10:11 am

Well done Stu. Some people would have looked at all that work and said "sod it"then stripped it and scrapped it :( I am always impressed at the amount of effort and hard work that people on here have put into restoring rotten imps.I am just starting to understand how much work is involved and my shell is fairly solid.
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Post by The Nun » Sun May 15, 2011 1:20 pm

Noddy wrote:
stuartrf wrote:
I too am no longer restoring any more Imps , enoughs enough , il keep what i have and thats it :)
And of course not being in the garage all hours keeps the wife happier as youve more time to do the washing up and help out with the kids. :D )
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Post by GURNSIMPS » Sun May 15, 2011 1:53 pm

Stu,did you see the state of Adams chammy when we started digging around,what I thought was terminal my mate called surface rust!! Get at it and cut it all out I'm sure it will be fine with a panel or three!
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Post by bazzateer » Sun May 15, 2011 1:54 pm

Noddy wrote:I might even disappear for a while :)
Don't you dare! :o
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Post by stuartrf » Mon May 23, 2011 6:58 pm

right after a break from the disapointment i started cutting again and i have got the car to this stage
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unfortunatly my spotweld drill bit broke with in the first 5 mins of use so i ended up using a chissel to break the spot welds and as it turned out made me feel alot better about the whole situation :lol:
i should have annother few hours work to remove the last of the rotten metal and make some small patches then i can get the inner sill welded in :D
can any one recomend a good rust converter
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Post by ben » Mon May 23, 2011 9:09 pm

Stu rustbuster fe is great as is the bilt Hamber stuff
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Post by sammy the sturgeon » Mon May 23, 2011 9:53 pm

stuartrf wrote: Image
I know, I know I sound like a guy with a clip board and a white coat with H+S on the back, but
You have braced the door opening,
what about the door-
I just can see that plank of wood getting knocked out by an errant tool,
your fingers being between the sharp edge of the cill panel and a fast accelerating door as it closes shut.
and then your fingers resting on the drivers side window at the bottom.
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Post by stuartrf » Tue May 24, 2011 5:59 am

i went out and bought annother piece of box section steel last night that i was going to weld in tonight
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Post by stuartrf » Thu Jun 09, 2011 6:18 pm

right benji is starting to look like some work is actually being done to it
after a weeks holiday i cane back to it to find that the floor want rusty and the sil was full of water where the roof leaks :roll: so i went out and bought some rust converter and attacked it with the wire brush on the grinder and after some hammerite i have ended up with something that looks like this :D
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and even better news ive only got a small piece of inner sill to remove then i can weld this is
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:D :D :D :D :D :D :D
even better still :lol: im getting quite close to being able to fit the outer sill :D
edit i have also changed the colour im going to do it from metalic red to Opalescent Maroon as ive found a 60's colour that looks stunning! :D
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Post by stuartrf » Sun Jun 19, 2011 3:35 pm

thank god im fianlly making some progress on this car
after hours on grinding, cutting, welding, swearing,problems with my welder and some drinking :D
i have finally got the inner sill welded in!!!!!!

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the next pieces im going to have to make are the inner arch repair scttions
has any one made this piece
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i did weld a piece in there bit it looked shockingly bad so i cut it out
the next bits after that is to get the outer sill preped and welded on :D
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Post by stuartrf » Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:56 pm

ive sjut spent a bit of time cutting an inspection hold in the drivers side wheel arch so i can see into the sill and im afriad to say it looks about the same as the passenger side(maeby a bit more intact) so my 350 quid on panels has now doubled :cry:
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Post by stuartrf » Wed Jun 22, 2011 6:12 pm

hey guys just an update for today
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old arch cut out and new one lined up with th rear 1/4 resting in place ive got a bit of fettling and the outer sill to weld in before these go in but fingers crossed it should be in before the end of next week :D
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Post by bazzateer » Wed Jun 22, 2011 6:47 pm

Keep up the good work Stu!
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Post by stuartrf » Wed Jun 22, 2011 6:56 pm

a nice random topic now i though my mtb/trials bike helmet needed some cheering up it was matt black and i have ended up with this
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it has had about 10 coats of laquer that is not solid and in the next few days im going to wax it go give it a propper shine lol
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Post by stuartrf » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:21 pm

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yay outer sill tacked in place :D
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Post by stuartrf » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:24 pm

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really bad panel gap but quite a bit better than the one that was there :lol:
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Post by stuartrf » Sun Jun 26, 2011 4:56 pm

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inner arch repair half done ready for wheel arch to go on
my 6 week deadline to get this side done looks in reach :D
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Post by stuartrf » Sat Jul 23, 2011 7:06 pm

well i spent a bit of time working on the car today the first in a few weeks :oops: and tbh i think i did quite well
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just need to weld the inner arch the the outerarch and its done ready for a bit of filler
i also seam welded the sill in place (proabibly a bit excessive for a road car i know but meh) and have just got the top lip to do then i can start tidying that up :D
the 6 week deadline has somewhat shifted due to my welding gass pipe having a leak and me loosing 2 hours worth of gass!!!!! :o
i should be getting the canister refiller with in the next week so exspect annother update soonish
ive also come to the conclusion that all the woek im currently doing on this car im going to have to do on my daily as its not up my ever increasing standards
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Post by KDHUDSON » Sat Jul 23, 2011 7:14 pm

stuartrf wrote:a nice random topic now i though my mtb/trials bike helmet needed some cheering up it was matt black and i have ended up with this
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it has had about 10 coats of laquer that is not solid and in the next few days im going to wax it go give it a propper shine lol
Think this is called 'Sticker Bombing' - quite big with the mini owners, they tend to do it to dashboards and such.

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Post by stuartrf » Sat Jul 23, 2011 7:22 pm

it is indeed called sticker bombing took a suprisingly long time to do it and even longer to laquer it :D
although the biggest difference between my helmet and peoples dashes ect is that i use individual die cut stickers where as the dashes will be covers in a single piece viyinl with thoes images printed on in other words i old school :D
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Post by KDHUDSON » Sat Jul 23, 2011 8:05 pm

ahhh right, so the dash will be flush etc, does the helmet have raised bits where the stickers overlap? or has the lacquer taken up most of the ridges and smoothed it all out?
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Post by stuartrf » Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:05 am

yep thats right if you run your fingers over it i is not flat at all i have used the laquer not to only give it a glossy finish but to also hold the stickers onto the helmet so they wont peel off
the laquer has made it a bit smoother but you can still feel a slight height difference from sticker to sticker
my next plan is to wax it as that should make it go a fair bit smoother
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Post by gnatman » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:11 am

You could build up a few more coats of laquer and flat them back. Then a nice polish and it could be nice and flat.!
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Post by The Nun » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:15 am

KDHUDSON wrote:ahhh right, so the dash will be flush etc, does the helmet have raised bits where the stickers overlap? or has the lacquer taken up most of the ridges and smoothed it all out?
So whos going to be the first then to stick flush and bomb their Imp dash?
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Post by kilty » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:27 am

The Nun wrote: So whos going to be the first then to stick flush and bomb their Imp dash?
I`ve done it on mine, but it`s just a big bit of black vinyl so hard to notice! :P
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Post by stuartrf » Sun Jul 24, 2011 3:29 pm

The Nun wrote: So whos going to be the first then to stick flush and bomb their Imp dash?
i have got a few stickers left so i might give it a go
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Post by KDHUDSON » Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:47 pm

How about this then....
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Who's going to be the first to do this to a Sports boot lid? :lol:
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Post by bazzateer » Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:52 am

^^^^ Nah, Frank did the ultimate engine cover on FAF in 2008. That'll be very hard to beat.
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Post by stuartrf » Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:41 am

No-one will ever beat Franks engine cover, a work of industrial art :lol:
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KDHUDSON wrote:How about this then....
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:lol:
Does my boot look big in this. :lol:
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