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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)

I'm just testing the water really. I've had my 33 for 14 months and have spent a lot of time and money on structural repairs and buying parts. But with a young family and bugxer all spare time the restoration has now stalled. I only want to sell it to someone who will finish the work and put her back on the road. All the parts needed for this are included.

The car

1988 1.5 series 2 33 Veloce, black
Approx 80,000miles
Currrent SORN

Work Done

  • New inner and outer sills both sides
  • Repair sections to both front foot wells
  • Lower rear panel replaced
  • Rear N/S box section replaced
  • Rear bumper mounts and boot floor section replaced
  • (I have some pictures of the work in progress)
  • Sills and door appetures resprayed


Whats included

  • Complete rolling shell i.e. working brakes, suspension, wheels, dash, loom, panels
  • Original 1490cc engine inc all ancillaries, ran well when removed 1 year ago
  • Original gearbox
  • Original Veloce bumpers (rear requires repair to mountings)
  • Set of spare front wings, front doors, bonnet and rear hatch (all in the same colour as the car)
  • Complete Recaro Interior (Suede, requires subframes and small repair to driver bolster)
  • P4 steering wheel, original still fitted
  • New Koni Red front shocks
  • Very good used rear Koni yellow's
  • New set of AHM lowered springs (think these might be class D springs)
  • Exhaust system minus back box (also includes a 1700 manifold)
  • Sat on a set of 15inch 155 alloys (5mm spacers fitted up front), ok tyres
  • New set of brake discs and pads, new rear brake shoes
  • New rear brake cylinders
  • New cam belts
  • New carb service kit
  • New fuel tank
  • New fuel tank filler elbow
  • Selection of new fuel lines (Mostly 8MM)
  • New front suspension arms (both sides)

  • Repairs to inner wings
  • Repairs to the bulkhead
  • Ideally a new rad support panel and front panel although you could probably repair these
  • A couple of minur repairs around the fuel tank mounting area
  • A very small patch to the upper gutter of the rear hatch
  • Refit engine and box
  • Run new fuel lines and refit tank
  • Fit interior
  • Refurb suspension.
So far I've spent well in excess of £1000 on parts, welding, paint etc. Obviuously its not worth that but I would like to get around the £650 mark, I can re fit the engine to make transport easier. I'll post pictures later.



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Discussion Starter #4
oh no there not:cry:

The "before" Pics don't look that bad (other than the self tappers in the rear bumper:tut:
Look forward to seeing the pics once you sort the link:thumbs:
Sorry about that, see below. By the way I didn't install the gash bolted rear bumper, the previous owner did that:rolleyes:

I'll pull it out of the garage at the weekend and get some pics of the car as it stands today. It now looks considerably better than the above pictures

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Discussion Starter #6
Hi Matt,

I'd rather sell it as a job lot, mainly as i believe all the new parts make the restoration work more attractive to a potential buyer. I'll let you know if things change



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That welding looks like the work of gray and Dave to me......:thumbs:
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