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Re: Aftermarket doors
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Another thing,

The sheet metal used to make these replacement panels is thin.

Thinner that the factory panels.

The good thing is, easier to work and shape.

The bad, they dent very easily

If you wanted to see pictures of mine.

Should be a some in my build thread, I haven't added much to it in a while

All the best.

Hope I was some help

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Re: Aftermarket doors
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Hi there

The CFC brand. ( Chung Fu Ching )

Which the cardboard wrapping says

I found not the best quality control is a problem, I believe

The panels a great, way less time spent if you were cutting rust out and repairing original doors
or panels.

The after market doors I got needed some work to get door and panel gaps right.

I spot welded all the inside corners of the door skins

When fitting up, they were flexing and had movement between the inner door
and the outer door skin

I think there are a couple of brands, I helped another member fit up his panels
They fitted way better and easier than mine did.

The difference could have been I think a 1976 ute
To my ute is a 1981

I would buy any panels from muscle car parts in Moorebank (Sydney)

He understands that sometimes a crappy panel slips through.

Might be willing to exchange a really bad one.

However, dont expect excellent fit up out of the box.
Some massaging and basic panel beating is required.

I believe most replacement panels, even on new cars require the same little tweaks
That's why panel shops charge money.
They are skilled at what they do.

With some banging, crashing and beer, occasional yelling.

I got all the panels to line up not to bad

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Re: NSW Aus - EOI - 1980 Sunny Sedan rolling shell
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Nice buy that Sr sunny. Came from same owner got my wagon off.

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Re: My 1200 coupe ca18det track car fs
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House renovations

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NSW Aus - EOI - 1980 Sunny Sedan rolling shell
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ITEM:
Looking to sell a 1980 Sunny sedan either as a rolling shell, or a going car, or something in between. I'm the third owner & it's had various A15's over it's career as a race car. It needs a bit of attention to stone chips on the bonnet & somehow on the roof. & it's Beige. Was famous on the NSW supersprint 'circuit' as the 'Beigemobile' or That Bloody Sunny. At the moment it's got standard front struts & a H165 Stanza rear end with probably a 3.7:1 diff. It can be sold as is, or with an A15 & 60 series 4 speed or 5 speed, or with some 200B struts with adjustable spring perches & 10 inch discs & calipers, or with an L series (L18 or 20B) & a Stanza 5 speed, or various other combinations.

REASON FOR SELLING:
I bought Leigh Davidson's Sunny with the SR20 & have a couple too many cars, plus I need some cash to buy the new seat (I'm sitting on the seat, not in it!)

PRICE AND PRICE CONDITIONS:
That depends on what you want. Looking for about $1500 for the rolling shell, which has a complete interior, & a sports dash including a tacho, but no radio ( I can supply one of them, too).
EXTRA INFO:
Photos can be supplied to interested parties, but there are a few here in the racing category in the photo album, including a really good shot out of the dipper at Bathurst. That's it in my avatar picture, looks good doesn't it. Would love to keep it, but the management has Spoken.



LOCATION:
Sydney NSW Aus.

CONTACT:
Paul Fitzgibbon
0439-246-659 after 5 PM (no phones allowed at work, the BASTARRRDS).
or PM me here.

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Re: Wtb 5 speed
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I have two reconditioned 60A 5 speed gearboxes available over here in NZ.
Pm me if interested, can send photos and details etc including shipping.
Cheers.

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Aftermarket doors
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Hey guys,

has anyone had anything to do with aftermarket doors on a ute?would like some feedback before purchasing.

Cheers.

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R31 fuel tank and pump
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Hi Guys
Can someone please tell me which is the fuel feed out and the return feed?

Appreciate your help guys.

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Re: Alternative to a postie bike
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You could roll a concrete slab

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'79 B120 (TURBO EFI A15 + 60 ser.5spd )
'83 Clubman 7 with worked A15 + 63A 5spd
'73 1200 Coupe Mild A15 5spd lsd

keep it simple
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Re: WTB GX BADGE
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Steal them off a stanza, cheaper

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