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  1. Richard Moss

    Bollards! It's a Concrete Pillar!

    Don't write that door off yet because a decent panel beater would sort that out. My MGC suffered rear wing damage like that when hit by a Winnebago and I expected it to need a new wing but the repairers straightened it out beautifully - and in fact were disappointed because they had to use a...
  2. Richard Moss

    216 cabriolet

    The cream interior is also much better than the grey
  3. Richard Moss

    What is a 'Classic Rover'

    OK, so the P6 marked a change of direction, as did the SD1 and 800. However, I am taking issue with a tendency that runs through so many car clubs - the "anything made later than my model is rubbish" syndrome. Almost every club and forum has it to a greater or lesser extent and it does the...
  4. Richard Moss

    What is a 'Classic Rover'

    I work on the principle that any old car is a classic if it encourages people to spend more money on restoring it than it is worth afterwards! That strikes me as a very snobby atitude. Just like MGA owners who say that the B is not a proper MG because it doesn't have a separate chassis. I...
  5. Richard Moss

    Rover P6 Diesel Convertible.

    That's the one - you buy it, it's yours to do with as you wish. You don't think that if Rover were building the P6 today tha theremight be a diesel version, then? Or that if decent diesels had been available in the early 1970s that the P6 would have had one?
  6. Richard Moss

    JVY & Classic British Aircraft

    I would imagine that the Jaguar in question was the two-seater XX136 which was from Aeroplane and Armaments Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) Boscombe Down which crashed on 22 November 1974 http://www.ejection-history.org.uk/Airc ... Jaguar.htm
  7. Richard Moss

    SAAB 900 T8

    Nice - almost half a million km on a modified Triumph Dolomite engine :)
  8. Richard Moss

    Does anyone know where I can buy a new kitchen?

    Sorry - given the amount of spam, I couldn't help asking :)
  9. Richard Moss

    2.2 head on a 2000 block

    I suspect that there are many things that could be done to extract more power/torque from the engines, with the biggest limitations being finances!
  10. Richard Moss

    Absolutely NO Rover content whatsoever

    Here we go with the arches: This is what the original flares look like: This is the kit of wider flares. Single-piece front flares, two-piece rears (part for the door part for the wing) and two funny looking bits that have yet to be identified! : I used fibreglass matting and resin to beef...
  11. Richard Moss

    Any one done an HID Xenon conversion on their P6?

    Conventional headlight lenses are often not well suited to HID conversions - you are better off with projector units because they have a better beam pattern. I fitted an HID kit to my Chevy Lumina (Vauxhall/Holden Monaro) which had halogen projector headlights and the results were superb...
  12. Richard Moss

    TOTALLY GOBSMACKED!!

    The car looks great and it (and its owner) deserve full credit. Did the judges pass any comment on the non-standard engine?
  13. Richard Moss

    Future Classics?

    For me it has absolutely nothing to do with value or age and everything to do with irrational affection! For example, a tidy Allegro may only go for £400 but there really is no denying their classic status, whether you like the or not. Likewise, MX5s are really classics already yet many are...
  14. Richard Moss

    OESOPHAGUS CANCER

    Ian, I can only echo the sentiments of the others on this thread: good luck. If it's any help, a friend of mine has just been through something similar - throat surgery, chemo and radiation therapy. 18 months later he is still "all clear". I am sure that you will be in good hands with the...
  15. Richard Moss

    Stripped bolt head on Thermostat housing

    Grind the head off and lift the stat housing clear - then get the grips on to it.
  16. Richard Moss

    ZF 4HP22

    the BMW's start inhibit is probably done through a switch on the shift mechanism inside the car (gear lever). Many cars do it that way and I would imagine that you could rig up something similar using parts from a vehicle that does it that way. Scrapyard time, I think...... In the short term...
  17. Richard Moss

    Absolutely NO Rover content whatsoever

    I'm well overdue an update on this so by way of a start, I've got a set of these wheelarch flares on their way to me now:
  18. Richard Moss

    Are these Jeep wheels?

    I don't know if that type of wheel is available in 16" versions but these ones on my 2001 Grand Cherokee are 16": You'd better check the PCD - depending upon the age of the vehicle they can be 4.5", 5.0" or 5.5". Places like these sell them...
  19. Richard Moss

    Are these Jeep wheels?

    These spacers may help - they have the benefit of using the car's original studs to secure them and the new studs suit the wheels fitted. I have a set on my V8 Grand Cherokee and the widen the stance nicely (1" spacers for 2" extra track)
  20. Richard Moss

    Are these Jeep wheels?

    They certainly look a lot like these:
  21. Richard Moss

    Hello - just joined with an unusual project.

    How do you plan to do the ignition? Timing 3 distributors would be a nightmare! My thoughts would be to use a distributorless ignition system (DIS). The timing reference can be taken from one engine and then used to fire multiple coil packs to ensure that all are in synch.
  22. Richard Moss

    My back end squeaks.

    Sorry - should only have been one "S": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Ferguson#Legacy
  23. Richard Moss

    My back end squeaks.

    Squeaky back end? Are you Alex Fergusson?
  24. Richard Moss

    Got spark and fuel, won't fire

    Try a spare rotor arm - there are many crappy ones out there that suddenly fail and short out (completely partly).
  25. Richard Moss

    FORGIVE ME! Its not even british!!

    I thought this was sold?
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