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Xanadu

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About Xanadu

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    Northampton
  • Model
    1991 - ST182

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  1. You could try this company. http://www.biggred.co.uk/
  2. A set of four axle stands will be needed if you want to support the front and rear at the same time. You can gain some extra height by placing your 380mm jack on top of some old bricks or timber that you might have laying around.
  3. https://wheelpcd.co.uk/wheel-et-explained/
  4. Didn't realise they gave away free lube' and condoms with every brake caliper refurb set.
  5. The Gen'5 fuel pump sits on a rubber cushion.
  6. Klarius TY367X silencer for the ST182 Celica. eBay - £30.00 inc' delivery (new old stock)... What a bargain !
  7. It's an on/off situation over the last three years. I had a collection of repairs to do on the car and while it sits waiting for me to fix them the car becomes a piece of 'recreational equipment' for the kids to play on. When I complained to their parents the answer I got from them was "well, you're not using it...", the second time I complained the answer I got was more direct - "F*** Off !"
  8. Yes, by a boy of similar age to your neighbours - 8/9 year old. It started off as "mysterious" then I realised the damage began shortly after the new neighbours moved in. The list so far... Both headlight washers jets broken off. Countless scuffs and scratches on the bonnet due to him using it as a slide. Lefthand sidelight broken. Drivers door lock blocked up with a piece of wood (twig). Front reg' plate pulled off. Him and his friends seen sitting on the roof of the car. All done while the car was in a communal parking area.
  9. A fabulous JDM keyring from AliExpress - £1.26 inc' p&p. 12.5cm x 3.0cm. Embroidered with the same logo / design on reverse side.
  10. If you still find yourself struggling, leave a link to the thread you want saving and I will copy and upload it for you.
  11. If you are comparing my screenshot to what you see on your computer, then it will be different because I'm using Linux KDE Neon and you are probably using some version of Windows. Sorry for the late reply, I've not visited recently. So, right-click page one of the thread and select "Save Page As..." You should now see something similar to the screenshot below. Choose to save as "Web Page, complete" and add a number - 01, 001, etc - at the end of the file name, but before .html, this will keep the pages in the right order. You will
  12. You could also save it as HTML format.
  13. You might find some answers here: https://www.autowatch.co.uk/tech-support/support-ghost
  14. I would hope that they wouldn't call the police if you ignored their advice not to drive it, but who knows?
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