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  2. Awesome. Congrats! Beautiful pair 👌😍
  3. The Oxfam shop in Carmarthen has been given a donation of two Impact Bumpers radiator grill badges which were made to commemorate 16 years, a T shirt ( Medium) with a design by Guy Allen, some pens and key fobs. After some research I found this forum and realised that they are still in demand. Following the advice of John Glynn we have decided to sell these in bundles including some more key fobs that were generously donated by John. These are as follows... an unused radiator grill badge with fittings, a key fob and a red pen ......for which we are asking £99 including postage an unused radiator grill badge with fittings, a key fob and a green pen....for which we are asking £99 including postage a new medium sized brown T shirt and two key fobs.... for which we are asking £20 including postage I will be putting them for sale in the shop next week and thought I should tell you about them as I know how much you all love them. If they do not sell in the shop we will then put them in our online shop (Oxfam online). All of these products are new and would make ideal Christmas presents to yourself or someone special. With the added bonus of 100% of the money going to a good cause. The Oxfam shop is in King Street Carmarthen. 01267 232773. Thank you John for your advise, encouragement and the key fobs. Adrianna Miller
  4. There’s been a couple of sets sold on eBay recently. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F333325763979
  5. Red cars are so last year ...🤥 top job with your latest , looks great 👍🏼
  6. I'll start with a predicted sale at £1750 .......
  7. I guess the next twelve months of that dilemma will decide which one stays but for now they both do!
  8. Ok Omkar, please check that the bleed nipples are suitable for your purpose as I think that they are the turbo type. The ‘s’ bend pipes should be suitable for a range of applications as they can obviously be reconfigured. Cannot remember what the h/brake shoe numbers are but they are generally multi-model suitable. Anyway, let me know what you decide. Regards, David
  9. kempus

    Dash gauges.

    Will check a glazier or the above link. Thay do look good on the mantle piece tho!
  10. 800/850 idle, goes up to 1k revs when v hot , is this the ecu adding more engine fan ?
  11. What a great looking toy. Congratulations & enjoy.
  12. osc911

    Brake stuff!

    Can I take the 4x bleed nipples with rubber covers. And if they fit on a 3.2: the s bends and brake shoe kits. I'll have a look at parts fitment tonight. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  13. Odds and sods of brake bits. I think that the bleed nipples, calliper seals and possibly the banjos and screw sockets are turbo specific? Anyway, if anything is of use to anyone please shout. The only items that are expensive new are the h/brake adjusters at around £25 each and the banjo rings at £28 or so,....open to offers? David
  14. Nice work dude - I don’t know how you choose between them when reaching for the keys though
  15. SIP are supposed to be good quality AFAIK. Step up from Sealey perhaps. Having said that I have a Sealey horizontal 2.5hp (1.8kw) with a 50l tank. Had it for years and it is fine for spraying. Use it all the time for pumping up tyres and spraying HVLP but it will run out of puff with air grinder fairly quickly. Having had one for so long I wouldn't be without again (unless I got rid of all my cars!) Supposedly it is 7cfm at 6 bar with a max of 8.4cfm but I don't think it manages that in real life.
  16. I have this as my everyday compressor. It's fine for blowing a bit of air, tyres, and it will run tools like a drill or an MBX for small jobs. For a DIY guy you will be fine and it's a fair compromise with a small footprint. You should be able to run HVLP spray guns from it but I've not tried yet. Smart repairs it will cope with but a door or bonnet lid and you would need need to be careful as you don't want to run out of puff. I've used it for cavity way and underseal stuff no problems.
  17. Be quite interesting to see what the market value is for a set of 7&9's. Hope the auction runs its course.
  18. £10 starting bid and no reserve!
  19. What with the all the 911's being stolen I have decided to upgrade my system 🙈 PS I am not sure what category to tell my insurance company it is........
  20. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F143417215971
  21. The classic air cooled IB of course
  22. Eenie, meenie, miney...mo...
  23. Regarding SIP, I used to sell their products and always found them to be excellent quality.(especially the welders) I have customers that bought compressors off me years ago that still have them today. (Commercial garages) Regards Russ
  24. It is what it is. 2 hp is around 1.4 kw. Don’t want to be negative but worthwhile compressors start at around 5 kw, then you really need a dryer, filters, separator etc. It will make a lot if water and not a great volume of air. What do you want to use it for?
  25. Hi all, looking at vertical type air compressors ,wondered what thoughts were regarding SIP. https://www.toolstoday.co.uk/sip-airmate-hurricane-v245-50-50-litre-2-0hp-oil-free-upright-air-compressor?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6pzZmKOr5QIVDMDeCh3wSA6dEAQYAiABE
  26. No, not been but fancy either this or a round of the Italian hillclimb champs which has some great cars
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