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    Shameful ! Needs washing lol

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    Is this still ongoing?

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    Nice to see somebody else planning to have their S13 finished in time for retirement.

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    Still ongoing, very, very slowly. Not had a chance to get down to the car for a bit, but some of the interior is ready to go back in next. Will hopefully get a decent update for you all soon
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    “Project not long now” Thread started in 2006
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    “Project not long now” Thread started in 2006
    Just thinking that. It’s standard s body ownership targets.

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    It's never going to be really finished, but I would like to get it back into a drivable state



    Did some stuff. Must be getting old as I decided to Dynamat the hell out of the floor and firewall. Defo a mod I'd not have considered in 2006


    Managed to just about squeeze the heaterbox back in with a few adjustments


    Once that was done its was time to reinstall all the body loom, i.e this:


    Didn't know exactly where to start so just threw it in the car and started positioning things in their rough locations


    And once I was greeted with the above image, I thought to myself that'll do for today
    bstmeetbllk

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    I couldn't cope lol ��

    You only need two tools in life - wd-40 and duct tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the wd-40. If it shouldn't move and does, use the duct tape.

    And if you can't fix it with a hammer,you've got an electrical problem!

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    Been there bruv

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    Anyone who full on tackles a wiring loom is a hero.

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