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    Re: Rear Light Lens

    Just wanting to be clear, or not, depending on the application for a number plate, as it seems that there are several options.

    Are there any specific markings?
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    Re: Rear Light Lens

    Are those just the lenses?
    No backplate, no reflectors, no bulb holders?
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    Re: Marlin trails car

    There are lots of experts, anything that you read on the Internet should be treated as guidance, not as gospel. When it’s in print from a verifiable source, it’s more accurate than the bible!

    I...
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    Re: Rear Light Lens

    Rubbolite 88/02/01 it is then.

    http://trp-ecatalogue.cloudapp.net/en/Trp/Parts?key=subGroupId&value=13001
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    Re: Rear Light Lens

    Rubbolite 88/02/01 it is then.
    But you could always put black tape over the number plate window, or even paint!
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    Re: Rear Light Lens

    They are upmarket, if you need to ask the cost, you cannot afford them!

    kit cars are remarkably like boats, a hole in the water in which you pour money!
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    Re: Rear Light Lens

    Definitely Rubbolite!

    not many other options, but Volvo P1800 (The Saint) is the upmarket version.
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    Re: speedometre 1800 marina

    Looking at the track pattern of your two pictures, they are remarkably similar. I would say the pinouts are identical.
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    Re: speedometre 1800 marina

    My understanding is that the speedo cables for the standard 1.3 and 1.8 are identical.

    i mis read your post. I have no knowledge of the specific wiring, but the parts books suggest they are the...
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    Re: Interesting Engines in a Sportster

    I always wanted to build a Toyota, preferably 3.0 straight six 2JZ powered kit, either with a 6 speed manual or a 4 speed auto. That could have been fun!
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    Re: The car of the future...

    A rear facing camera, that shows me the hitch relative to the tow ball helps a great deal.
    The mirrors don’t do that!
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    Re: The car of the future...

    The Disco is not my daily driver, I have three others of various ages and types.

    There is something to be said for basics, but also for a bit of tech that knows when you have a trailer attached.
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    Re: The car of the future...

    8 speed flappy paddle auto, so probably way more complicated and expensive if there is a drive train problem.

    Its ultra low mileage though less than 2000 miles per year of its life. I almost...
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    Re: Marlin trails car

    True, they are in the loft of my garage in the UK, but I rarely return and dragging them out and arranging postage/delivery when I have tenants there it would be quite an inconvenience, so for the...
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    Re: The car of the future...

    Modern cars like my RangeRover Discovery have loads of whistles and bells, I seem to learn a new one every month.
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    Re: Gps tracker

    The charge adaptor may be a bit of a trail to the phone.
    Otherwise a neat idea provided you set up a regular DD to top it up.
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    Re: Marlin trails car

    That’s really a question for the Trials boys.
    Bearing in mind that a Roadster is a lot lighter than a Morris Marina.

    Do you know what your existing springs are, presumably but not certainly from...
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    Re: Another Cabrio project

    With a V5 it’s worth a punt. Much better than an unregistered kit.
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    Re: Soft top roof

    The original patterns are long gone.
    Your only choice is to go bespoke from a convenient trimmer, assuming you have the framework!
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    Re: old marina/ital wheels

    Discussed many times on the forum.
    A quick search for ‘offset’ in the roadster forum will find lots of info.

    https://www.marlinownersclub.com/forum/showthread.php?7410-What-Wheels&highlight=Offset
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    Re: old marina/ital wheels

    If nobody helps, you have the choice of ebay and small Triumphs that have the same PCD wheels.
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    Re: Roadster carburettor

    Afraid to say that few roadsters were fitted with Fiat engines, many other specials would suit your search better.

    You would probably do best searching forums for that engine, than a specific...
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    Re: Sierra based Berlinetta

    Is it in Australia?
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    Re: Cortina my 3,4,5 bottom wishbone

    Didn’t you already ask, just over a week ago?
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    Re: 2.0 pinto timing

    Surely the simplest way out then is to buy a known cam complete with fitting micrometer instructions that can be easily followed.
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