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Thread: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

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    Re: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

    Engine has had a full strip down and bores honed with new pistons, all new shell bearings, gaskets and seals.
    New oil pump and water pump. It has taken a while.

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    Re: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

    My, that looks good. I'm a sucker for a nice clean engine me.

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    Re: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

    Me too! I think I will print that and paste it in my engine room so that I can see a nice clean engine when I open the bonnet. Respect.

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    Re: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

    Ha. Knowing what A series engines are like it won't be like that for long.

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    Re: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

    Sadly too true. This was my 1800 before it went in and then my Fiat. don't stay like that long.
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    Re: Roadster Rebuild Diary from Cornwall

    Other than playing around with my gearbox I have fitted the windscreen. Trying to keep it neat and tidy without sealant smeared around the edges I used the masking tape. Fitted the screen using cardboard spacers then smeared the sealant in and around then removed the tape. Pleased with the results.

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