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 Posted: Tue Mar 10th, 2009 12:20 am
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King Pins, Trunions, Bushes, Lever Arm Shock Absorbers? "Nightmare" lol,

Distributors, Low Voltage Coils, 12V Coils, Points, Condensers, Resistors, Resistor Wires, Points Gaps, Dwell Angles, Bob Weights, Vac Advance, etc, Ducellier!.......lol;)

Gunsons, Intelli Eyes, "Crypton", "Sun", Electronic Adapters, Hall Effect, Amplifiers, Distributorless. Etc, Etc.

Computers, Airflow, Crank Sensors Cam Sensors, Cats, Lambda`s, Etc;

The List Is Endless!:D

And, "The"  "Meaning Of Life for Us":?  "Learning All The Time":D

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Wesley wrote: big..E. wrote: Wes,is that the pretty pony bit????....lol....:P......Had u more as a wonkey donkey....:D:D:D


Well, My First Car was an 1958 A40 Farina:?, Some pretty little thing back in its time, "Mr Pininfarina" LOL;)

In 1976, It Had A Fully Intergrated Chassis and at the time, the outer sills Were Considered not to be "Structural",  Therefore, Fibreglass or Plastic were Acceptable:D

How Would The more "Recent Testers", "View That One"?:?...........LOL.:D

ps; a wonkey donkey, can still "Kick Ass"! LOL..............:D

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76 was a long-hot summer as I recall......(but i wuz only 6 yrs old).....Surprised yr Plastic sills did'nt melt...lol.......;)...

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Wesley wrote: big..E. wrote: Wes,is that the pretty pony bit????....lol....:P......Had u more as a wonkey donkey....:D:D:D


Well, My First Car was an 1958 A40 Farina:?, Some pretty little thing back in its time, "Mr Pininfarina" LOL;)

In 1976, It Had A Fully Intergrated Chassis and at the time, the outer sills Were Considered not to be "Structural",  Therefore, Fibreglass or Plastic were Acceptable:D

How Would The more "Recent Testers", "View That One"?:?...........LOL.:D

ps; a wonkey donkey, can still "Kick Ass"! LOL..............:D

Laters,

Wes.


76 was a long-hot summer as I recall......(but i wuz only 6 yrs old).....Surprised yr Plastic sills did'nt melt...lol.......;)...

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big..E. wrote: Wes,is that the pretty pony bit????....lol....:P......Had u more as a wonkey donkey....:D:D:D


Well, My First Car was an 1958 A40 Farina:?, Some pretty little thing back in its time, "Mr Pininfarina" LOL;)

In 1976, It Had A Fully Intergrated Chassis and at the time, the outer sills Were Considered not to be "Structural",  Therefore, Fibreglass or Plastic were Acceptable:D

How Would The more "Recent Testers", "View That One"?:?...........LOL.:D

ps; a wonkey donkey, can still "Kick Ass"! LOL..............:D

Laters,

Wes.

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Wes,is that the pretty pony bit????....lol....:P......Had u more as a wonkey donkey....:D:D:D

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Lighting, Steering, Suspension, Seatbelts, Emissions, etc,

"Rob", "Is Correct".

And I may resemble some part of his posting!:shock: 

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You will have to be more specific than that, what areas are you worried about?

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same as any other,a lot of requirements are age related tho,emissions/brakes/lights  etc will be the main differences.headlamps tend to be pretty pony as well.try and get an old git on it if possible,some of the kids will spend more time looking up exemptions than they will actually testing it!

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i have an austin a30 (1955) which is going for mot in ten days time.  All the welding has been done (the patches have been fully welded round).  Could anyone please tell me what are the mot requirements for a classic car.  

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