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Nice one mate, I have a stepfront as well, in storage though as I am busy restoring my sud currently, youve maybe seen the thread on my sud project. Good luck with the junior :)
 

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Nice one mate, I have a stepfront as well, in storage though as I am busy restoring my sud currently, youve maybe seen the thread on my sud project. Good luck with the junior :)
I have been following your project and I hope to achieve a similar standard with this.
 

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Very nice Richard :D , nearly bagged a 1300 junior many years ago .Good luck with the project :D
 

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Initial survey of the rust is that the top is not bad but the bottom is very rotten - Flintstones car. There is almost nothing holding the drivers 'a' post to the cill, when you open the door the post can be wiggled. The rest should be straighforward bu time consuming. I will also need a proper engine and some front seats, think the current engine might be from a s3/s4 Spider.

I budget about 2 years and £lots - so seriously anyone after a nice Alfasud?
 

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very nice looking indeed,how much you looking for it
Right now as I would avoid having to get a lock up from the council for the winter I would want £3k, no haggling. I was planning to advertise after Christmas at that price. If it didn't sell then, it would stay in hibernation until the summer when I would use it again for a while and then attempt to sell again after National Alfa day for about £3.5k.

I've had it over 20 years so not keen to sell really, but daft having 2 summer use only cars.
 

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Work has finally started properly, the Alfasud going has given me the focus I needed to get this project moving.

The car is 90% stripped to a rolling shell and my first batch of new panels have arrived. I'm starting at the back at working forwards.

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The sharped eyed might spotted the colied air lines hanging down each side of the car:cool:
 

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Well Richard you've certainly got yourself a BIG project! Good luck and look forward to seeing the end result :cool:

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Lesley and David in sunny Algarve :D
 
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