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  1. #1 Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    ........and here we go again ! Arrived today, have managed to remove the drivers door, but t'other one is now soaking in penetrating oil, it's rusted shut.
    Initial job was to remove carpets etc to dry it out - car has been outside stored for many years - and the passengers side floor came apart in my hands.

    So far no nasty surprises - but watch this space.

    If there's anyone out there with any Marina spares they want to shift please call me. The steering lock and column switches have been smashed as the keys have
    been lost - and there's a locked petrol cap to be sorted in due time

    Rgds DC
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  2. #2 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    Another project on e bay 191591486477 Swb roadster 1.8 TC in Banbury Oxon. Registered and on Q plate
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  3. #3 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    A quick polish and Mot you'll be fine
    Ben Caswell probably not the last word on anything here!!
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  4. #4 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    As Ben say's it only requires a little detailing
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  5. #5 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    .......................yeah, right LoL
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  6. #6 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    Next pics :
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  7. #7 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    How many looms did the original builder use..??
    Marlin Roadster, LWB...1860 B Series + Ford Type 9
    Renault Espace 54mm front calipers, vented discs, cycle wings and adjustable tie-bars.
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  8. #8 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    Dunno, I think only one but it's all a bit over complicated. For example a second ignition light, full Marina ignition circuitry plus a hidden starter button and a hidden cut out switch, hence taking my time in sorting/labelling.

    Think I may need new instruments, the casings for these are all very rusty and may not clean up very well. The dash and other panels are (were) all hardboard so need remaking
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  9. #9 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    Marlin Roadster, LWB...1860 B Series + Ford Type 9
    Renault Espace 54mm front calipers, vented discs, cycle wings and adjustable tie-bars.
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  10. #10 Re: Marina Roadster 1.8TC Q67 GJA 
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    I used a premier wiring loom in the romero (sierra based) and found it straight forward even though I had to adapt it for EFi and the EEC4. I beleive Mike the owner has now moved abroad (malaga) but is still intending on trading.

    Have you got a sand blaster!!!
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