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Author Some updates on my restore on me vec 56K make a cup of tea
Spankee
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Hi people not been on for a while thought i would drop in and say hi as the vec is of the road this winter i thought i would do some underneath restoreing as i had a few bushes that needed doing and sort of got out of hand will let the picture do the talking Jr you be will be please there is no chrome underneath..........................


















Thats it so far still a long way to go think am loosing the plot a bit






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It could almost be a JR post from Passionford

Looks clean, attention to detail is fantastic

Chromed or polished heat shields?
City
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pics of the chrome
CorsAsh
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Woah.
Robin
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Jr will be having sexy time.
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Very nice :-D
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Thats lovely !!

What sort of paint did you use ?

And did you paint on top of the underseal ??
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quote:
Originally posted by escortgti.com
Thats lovely !!

What sort of paint did you use ?

And did you paint on top of the underseal ??


Used tetroseal then let is set for a couple of days then just paint over it


Matt H its a new heat sheild that been buffed up a bit..
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What paint over it ?

Hammerite ?
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quote:
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What paint over it ?

Hammerite ?


Thats what i used added more protection .......
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steve been following the post on mig

you cant hold back though as i knew the heatsheilds arent they shiney as standard
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quote:
Originally posted by Matt H
It could almost be a JR post from Passionford

Looks clean, attention to detail is fantastic

Chromed or polished heat shields?


yes, excepts its a vectra, and its spankee, he has a history of blinging up cars to a brillaint standard only to sell them later

[Edited on 17-12-2006 by jr]
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Ohhhh, I never realised it was the legendary Spankee that I hear you talk so in awe of!
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That's probably one of the worst grammatical sentences I've ever concocted.
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i love you ash
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2 in one thread Ash

[Edited on 17-12-2006 by Robin]
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Whisper it in my ear next time we meet

Seems I was mistaken, I thought it was shinee not spankee. I think the spank bit excited me.
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funny enough both have a fetish for bling.
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indeed, both magpies in the world of engine bays
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ca-cawwwww
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Now thats looking keep us updated..

I am inclined to move this to projects section and you can update as you go..

[Edited on 17-12-2006 by mav]
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quote:
Originally posted by jr
quote:
Originally posted by Matt H
It could almost be a JR post from Passionford

Looks clean, attention to detail is fantastic

Chromed or polished heat shields?


yes, excepts its a vectra, and its spankee, he has a history of blinging up cars to a brillaint standard only to sell them later

[Edited on 17-12-2006 by jr]


JR i shall be keeping the vec for a long time not selling this one as me love it long time............... thanks for comments peeps opps sorry mav please move to correct section sorry did not see the project section

[Edited on 17-12-2006 by Blingvectra]
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Awesome work! Carry on!
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quote:
Originally posted by Matt H

Looks clean, attention to detail is fantastic



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