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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hi Gibgib,

    figured it'd be easier to post them here, than having your email stall for 20minutes while they download

    Few pics of ID19



    Yeah, I noticed theres a thumbprint on the photo (you can see it on the bonnet) to late now to fix I guess.





    Mental note: Next time clip down both sides of bonnet before taking photo's or it looks stupid...



    Anyone got a decent push button door for Shane?? His only decent one been pinched...

    OK my CX, last washed about '95 I think...



    Bent numberplate & bumper behind it thanks to some idiot pulling out in front of me...


    seeya,
    Shane L.

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    No probs Shane.

    Do you want them all on there?
    2 per car is probably enough but there's no probs with 6

    When will you have the D on the road 'ole son?

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    Hi Shane,

    You've done an enormous amount since I saw the car - looks great - I will ask around for a door for you - I am sure there will be one available - it is just getting it to you!

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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hi Gibgib,

    2 is easily enough (your choice). I noticed the updated layout of the members gallery, looks great!! If you want to grab any other photos off my homepage your more than welcome to... ie: cxturbo, BX etc..

    seeya,
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    Local Tyrant gibgib's Avatar
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    Shane,

    I put 3 of your ID & 2 of the CX. You are welcome to edit it if you wish as you have the power!.

    I changed the gallery a few months ago. The tables were a nightmare to keep equally segregated. It is fairly straight forward to add to now. I am hoping the scene loads quick enough on dialup modems....

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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Thanks Gibgib,

    there not toooo slow using a modem, if there slow it's more than likely the whole site will be!.

    No, don't say I have the power to make changes . Noooooo, it'll go to my head! ahhhhhhh... Seriously though it does make life realy easy being able to telnet there and use unix commands to change my homepage files. Not many sites will give you that sort of access. Your Lucky!

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    G'day Shane,
    how did you go finding a door? how did you lose one in the first place? If your stuck give Arthur Lewis a call he still has a stash of decent parts, so tell me what is the white something in the centre top of your windscreen?

    Keep plugging away it's lookng great...

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    Hi Shane,
    There are lots of things I like about Westhost, only the speed being a problem. I've just set up a web server on my pc so I am going to link to video files again soon.
    Now have a partition here just for the server with 2GB of space.
    Westhost have increased the plan from 150megs to 200megs for nothing as well so more sites like yours are welcome
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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hi Chris,

    it's a new windscreen. Paid the $120 bucks for it, haven't bothered to removed the sticker as it has to come back out. You see I cracked the bloody thing by lifting the bonnet to high

    Oh well, all least we probably have the cheapest windscreens I've seen here (120bucks)

    seeya,
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    PS: Nah haven't looked into getting a door yet, just haven't had the time!
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    Shane,
    That is bloody cheap, I havn't had to buy one in many years but I'm sure I would have paid more way back then, looks like it's the tinted screen too. Your having a bad run with that rear door taking a walk and cracking the screen... better hope things don't happen in three's

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    Hi Chris,

    back in 1974 my mothers cousin bought a DS23 7seater safari wagon new in france & bought it back to austrailia with him. It was hit hard in the front about 10years ago so we bought it off him to fix. It's only got a guenuine 140,000km on it. Anyway it sat at our place for several years & we decided it was to far gone to restore so lent it to someone to take some wagon sections out of (to repair there car). Very strange bird. She gave her wagon to some guy, & he turned up & took the wagon from our yard when no-one was home. None of us have seen our cars since... The repairers moved several times since. If I new where the wagon was I'd go get it The mongrel that took it wouldn't want to be around. It'll be sitting out in Snake Valley somewhere.

    What's this got to do with early push button doors??? Well there was 3 good push button doors stored in the back of the wagon (it's seats were folded down)...

    seeya,
    Shane L.

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    I need a new widscreen for my DS. Are you able to tell me your source. I would like to get one with some tint in it.

    Chris

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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hi Chris,

    think about $120 not fitted, or $150 fitted from the local windscreen power store. They are tinted with a dark stip of black tint across the car. Doesn't really look right in a early 60's car though. Back then tinting didn't exist...

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    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

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