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  1. 6 points
    Hope you all are happy with them, Its a proper pleasure to give back to the club and sort these out each year. Dawn and Davey do a superb job, sorting and designing this. I have the easy bit. I really hope they sell out.. They look proper great. Merry Xmas CCUK. Cheers Rich
  2. 4 points
    All Calendars posted (should be there in time for the New Year) apart from Monkey Boy, SWebb and Esthar City's who will be picking them up from me. More than half gone now.
  3. 2 points
    Nice one Rich.Know youve had to pull the stops out at the busiest time of year mate,thanks muchly again
  4. 2 points
    Printed and looking great. Well happy with the way these turned out. Great design
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    All posted, including ones bought up to dinner time today.
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  8. 1 point
    I've just had them delivered. When you get them you are going to be so impressed, really, they are looking good.
  9. 1 point
    Today in the post my numberplates arrived. Only ordered them yesterday so we’ll chuffed. My mtec bulbs for headlights and my blue bulbs for dash. Going to be a busy boy today
  10. 1 point
    This came in post today, 7.99 from amazon. Couldnt wait till it was dark lol was like a little kid
  11. 1 point
    Ordered mine...and I know Hazel has ordered hers too
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    Aha, I so hope no one gets one by the weekend as I know what I'm gunna do [emoji38] Sent from my PRA-LX1 using Tapatalk
  14. 1 point
    yep she is saved from the scrap heaven, i would never dream of getting shut of her. i did consider a 2ZZ swap but i have opted for a full engine rebuild, on the other hand i do have another engine which is being stripped and forged/turbo.
  15. 1 point
    Another one saved from scrap heaven, nice one You weren't tempted by a 2ZZ swap then?
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  17. 1 point
    And he was happy: With his cake. Amazing printing job coloured cream and icing the potato phone camera doesnt do it justice.
  18. 1 point
    Iv got a few plans: Sunroof delete Roll cage Lexan windows Door panels carbon mirrors and boot harnesses Aiming for under 1000kg wet and then maybe try for 300bhp N/A How much will actually happen is another story!
  19. 1 point
    cleaning out leaves and crap from inside airbox, dropped my air filter in a muddy puddle. Drove to local parts place without air filter (AWESOME SOUND!), Bought new air filter. Fitted in car park. tightening screw on old factory intake hose clamp finally stripped. Went back in shop. Bought two large jubilee clips. Fitted new jubilee clips to both ends of main intake pipe. Drove home. Had coffee. Realised I left my in-car socket set in shop car park. Drove back to shop car park. Found Socket Set. Drove home. Had coffee.
  20. 1 point
    Autumn shots. Sent from my Moto E (4) Plus using Tapatalk
  21. 1 point
    Hopefully get the MR2 sent over to Se7en for a pony or 2 adding.
  22. 1 point
    I've been hiding down in the generation specific section for a few weeks This is my '77 RA24 GT coupe
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  24. 1 point
    Hello,I'm new on here but here's mine just out the paint shop.
  25. 1 point
    Had this sitting on my memory stick and thought I'd share this for you folk. This is the real deal with all the bells and whistles!. Bodyshop I worked in, next field Carlos Sainz chief mechanic and long term friend lived in the next field to us, yep his mechanic from wee northern ireland. Anyway Toyota let Carlos keep the actual car that won!, they have the other car in their factory. So she's the real thing!. Brought it back to Spain and she sat there for years in Carlos vineyard, until he decided to restore the car and enter her in a classic rally. So we got the contract to restore her, his mechanic was the only one ever allowed near it. So he was with us every step of the way. Had the car for about 6-7 months, I was doing my apprenticeship at the time so I did get to help with this amazing piece of history. She turned out beautiful and Carlos was over the moon with her. She sits nicely and comfortably in his showroom over in Spain, he brings her out for special runs, so she's still doing what she was born to do, rally!. So here is a piece of Rally history, that actually survived, which is cherished by its actual driver himself, Carlos will never ever part with it, so she's safe with the only man that ever drove her. She was a joy to work on, all the heavy duty skilled work was carried out by the senior guys, but I helped and did my part. All decals came from Toyota to make her as she was, I did have photos of her in her original form, she was of course a little rough and battle damaged from the stages when Carlos took her home, but she's straight as an arrow and beautiful, she still gets out and rallies. Oh the guy in the pic isn't me lol....I was only a youngster when this was taken lol, guy in the pic is Carlos chief mechanic collecting her, before taking her to the boat to go back to Spain. Carlos sent word back how much he appreciated us and the old girl will continue what she was made for. Enjoy!.
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