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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Parks View Post
    did you resolve the brake issues?
    Too busy building the trailer Chris but I intend looking at the brakes over the weekend.

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    The brake issues have been solved by replacing the single master cylinder with two. The trailer is finished and was registered just in time for a trip to Cobar to pick up a clubman with NSW rego. It needs a detail but that can wait while I enjoy a few drives around town.Trip back from Cobar.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapey View Post
    The brake issues have been solved by replacing the single master cylinder with two. The trailer is finished and was registered just in time for a trip to Cobar to pick up a clubman with NSW rego. It needs a detail but that can wait while I enjoy a few drives around town.Trip back from Cobar.jpg
    That looks pretty smart, now you have clubmen? My son has looked at buying one several times but because he has short arms and long pockets he can't justify the purchase. Have you run the first one on the track yet?
    CHRIS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Parks View Post
    Have you run the first one on the track yet?
    Not yet ... too many more important things to do around the house.

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    Where did those 3 years go since my last post on this subject. I only sold it a couple of months ago but in those 3 years I stayed with the bike carbs, fitted cycle guards, complete rewire and a colour change. It was an absolute pleasure to drive ... just a shame about the rego situation.DSCN1802.jpgDSCN1809.jpgDSCN1810.jpg

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    A very nice looking little vehicle, one of our previous employees had one, NICE.
    Trust the governmint to change rules an spoil peoples idea of a fun time.
    The reason governmint made stealing illegal, is they don't want competition.
    Kryn
    To grow old is mandatory, growing up is optional.

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    Hi Guys,

    It looks a bit like the Lotus 7 Kit car, I had one quite a few years ago ! Frighteningly fast ! Mine had a Rover 3.5 Ltr all alloy engine in it.
    Best Regards:
    Baron J.

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