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Old 30-01-2012, 08:34 PM   #81
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keep posting! love this project! will be mint!
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Old 01-02-2012, 07:07 PM   #83
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excellent stuff guys.
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Old 02-02-2012, 07:35 PM   #84
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only just seen this,class fab work there mate,the 2wd manifold should fit ok in there.i had to reshape it alittle where the spacer plate goes on the inner wing but nothing you lads cant sort out tbh.i had a gt35 on 2wd manifold in my orange mk1.atlas and gripper defo the way to go as well.if youve not sourced an axle yet give fostek a call they are the bollocks for these axles mate.all the best with it and keep at it
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Brilliant job so far

Out of interest, did you get the blasting done at the lorry place in Thorpe le Soken ?

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Looks like far less work than burning out electric drills with wire wheels!
nice work. Iv burned out two drills doing my mk1 but it was worth it just to do as much of the work myself as I could.
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any updates mr gin
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only just seen this,class fab work there mate,the 2wd manifold should fit ok in there.i had to reshape it alittle where the spacer plate goes on the inner wing but nothing you lads cant sort out tbh.i had a gt35 on 2wd manifold in my orange mk1.atlas and gripper defo the way to go as well.if youve not sourced an axle yet give fostek a call they are the bollocks for these axles mate.all the best with it and keep at it
Cheers for the advice mate, much appreciated. I haven't dropped the engine in yet to have a look, but I imagine it will be tight. The one thing I don't like about the engine is the big rusty cast manifold.
I'm planning to get a Peter G one at some point and fit an External Wastegate, but I've got other expensive things I need to buy first

I love your old Mexico, I've only seen it in the flesh with the Millington engine since you sold it, it's a great car!
And yeah I've already got an Atlas, but I was going to speak to Fostek about the shafts and LSD.

Thanks everyone else for the comments. I haven't posted in a while since I've been having trouble getting my pics off my Iphone. But I'll upload them tonight.

Since I last posted we've got the rear all bulkhead done, pretty much ready for primer. Made and welded in the rear crossmember, and been prepping up a lot of the shell ready for primer. It's still a long way away, but the next main job is the rollcage then most of the welding is done.

Looking at getting the car done for June, July sort of time I would imagine.
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Old 13-03-2012, 09:04 PM   #88
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very nice ginn l.
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Old 14-03-2012, 11:30 PM   #89
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Thought it was about time I posted some pictures. Since I last posted, we've done half the roll cage as well now. And quite a lot of prep work.
Most of the welding is now done on the car, it's just the roll cage, dash needs to be welded in, the front welded up, the Watts linkage brackets, and a few other little bits.

I've bought quite a lot of parts in the past few weeks, ready for when it's in paint. We're still a fair way away from paint though

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Most of rear bulkhead done, I'll upload more recent pictures soon ^

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Rear Crossmember done ^

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Done one of the repairs on the front.

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Half the roll cage tacked up. ^

I was originally going to weld the cage in. However I want the interior and roll cage perfect, and I don't think its achievable with it welded in.
So we're making the cage in a couple of pieces, and bolting it together. That way the cage can be welded up nicely outside the car, sandblasted, prepped and painted properly, then fitted. The main part pictured above is all one piece.

I'll probably get some more pictures up at the weekend. Should hopefully finish the roll cage and weld the dash in by Saturday.
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very nice fab skills there top work keep the pics coming.
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Old 29-04-2012, 02:26 PM   #92
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Bout time for an update, I haven't bothered in a while as I've been quite busy. The car has got a hell of a lot further since my last post. Practically all the welding is done now, most of the prep work, so we are not TOO far away from primer. But still far enough..

We started making the front part of the cage..
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We decided to use 2" steel piping, slightly heavier than usual, as I think it looks better. However the front just didn't look right, so we cut it out along with the mounts, and decided to go with just the rear cage. Should still give more than enough support, it's not a track car.

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Made the front seat mount brackets..

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Started welding up the front end. I have to totally take back what I said about the front reproduction wings being good. They are absolute shite, fit awful, nothing lines up correctly an we've had to seriously modify them to make them right.

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Fitted new pans and pan supports, with all the strengtheners.

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Welded on the drip rails.

One thing I hate on Mk1's is the rear grille's, you can't get in there to tidy them up, an they are always full of shit and overspray, so we cut mine out to get the inside all clean and tidy.

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Well worth the extra effort to be honest. They were painted the color of the car before we welded the grille's back up.

I'm currently running the 2WD manifold on my Cossie engine, but the standard cast manifold purely let's it down, as it just rusts. So I decided to get mine Thermal Sprayed in Copper. Did think about doing it in Aluminium, but obviously it has a much lower melting point, an would probably burn off at high temperature.

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Still need to get them polished. If they look shit, then I'll strip it back again. I plan to get a custom stainless one made very soon anyways, but I think this will look much more improved.

I've been buying quite a few new bits lately as well, I'll post some more pictures as soon as they upload.
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Old 29-04-2012, 02:41 PM   #93
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great work again lads,keep it up,
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Old 29-04-2012, 02:51 PM   #94
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Good idea with the rear grilles! Do they actually serve a purpose?
Lovely looking car so far, good luck with the rest, can't wait to see it finished!
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lovely bit of fabrication work going into it ,going to look mint when finished
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great work again lads,keep it up,
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Lovely looking car so far, good luck with the rest, can't wait to see it finished!
Thanks mate, and nah they have no purpose, they just collect water and it runs down the boot channel. I did think about welding them up, but I want the car to look somewhat original from the outside.

Anyways, been getting quite a few bits lately,

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Brand new Recaro Pole Positions. 7kg a side. I've also got the Aluminium side mounts which are 1.1kg. And the Recaro Runners.

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Watts Linkage Kit, Strut Brace, New Cosworth Gaiter, bumper mounts etc.

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New rear light chromes, as you can see, much better than my old tatty ones.

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New Grille from GRP4 Fabrications. Not sure just yet wether I'm using it though, it wasn't quite as good as I was expecting.

I've also got a new Airtec Intercooler/Radiator, thanks to Alan at Airtec. New dash top, all new seals , rubbers, new handbrake, etc. Need to get my wheel bolts and all handles re-chromed this week. And get all my bolts re-plated.

Ordering my Gaz Gold coilovers tomorrow along with Eccentric top mounts. And need to order the Smiths Flight gauges. Still need literally hundreds of parts

I said from the start of the build, I'm only going to fit brand new or reconditioned parts, and I stand by my word obviously within reason, some parts are just not available new. But this is an all out show car, no expense will be spared.
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Looking good mate! Does the rear cage still fit out the car for paint ect? and if so how?

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Cheers for the replies people, much appreciated.

And yeah Auld, it does.

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As you can see, we made slightly raised triangle platforms at the front, so the cage just about clears the inner sills. The cage is out the car now until the inside is painted.

This week we also got the engine and gearbox in, an modified the tunnel where the gear selector comes out..

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We also cut and modified the World Cup crossmember and the mounts to get the engine to fit perfectly. I'll get some more pics up this week.
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Top work from one of the top fabricators in the buisness.Gonna look superb is this.Keep it up gents
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superb fabwork ,coming along nicely
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Really progressed on the car now, I'ts finally almost ready for paint.

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Engine bay done and wings all welded on.

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Got the underneath in Etch an any bare metal surfaces.

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Got the whole car in primer, and most of the inside.

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Layed down the sound deadening pads, only in the front of the floor.

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Started painting the inside of the car and the boot. The color is a met grey and actually a LOT lighter than what it looks in the picture. This was just the first coat before any clear as well.

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Now we are currently wet flatting the whole car thoroughly, an checking for any small defects or faults that need improving.

Should be in paint by the weekend with any luck.

We've been counting from the start the hours gone into this car, and its over 1500 hours in total, and we still have a lot to do. Should be all worth it when the car is done though.

I've also been buying a lot of parts lately for when its done, picked these up last week
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Gaz Gold coilovers with 13" rears and the Eccentric Top Mounts, really pleased with them.

This is some of the other parts I've got ready for the car as well. A lot of it is in boxes though, I've got most of the parts to complete the car. And all the aftermarket stuff is brand new.

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Will get some pics up soon when its progressed a bit more.
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Stunning build from the ginn factory.Another show winner when done.See you at classic ford
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Stunning attention to detail this has the makings to be a show stopper
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Cheers Foose, your pick up is looking great, looks like your not far from finishing it now. Will like to see that when it's all done! See you Sunday!

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Well the car was just about in paint when I last posted, but I couldn't upload any pics because it was on the unveiling at Classic Ford yesterday.

We had been working solid on the car 18+ hour days to get it ready for the show in time. The shell was painted only last tuesday, we got it off the spit wednesday, and fitted most of the car up in 3-4 days, all thanks to a fair few people helping us out.

The outside of the car was painted in Porsche Gruenoliv Pearl, here are some pics:

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It's a bit of an unusual color, especially for a Classic Ford, but that's the whole image I was going for with the car.

I've fitted 15" BBS RS's which aren't really a Ford thing, but I think they work well. The wheels were re-drilled an all the bolts re-chromed etc.

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All my pictures of building the car up are being uploaded at the mo, so I'll post them tonight.
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Seen the car at the show..

ABSOLUTLY STUNNING!
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Thanks a lot for the comments people, much appreciated.

Here are a few pics of building up the car:

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Before we shortened the axle ^
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Got a local trimmer to come an do the carpet at our place, its come out well enough for the show but is only temporary. I'm getting a custom carpet made very soon. The trimmer's are 50 miles away an needed the car 2 days, so it just wasn't an option last week.
All the door cards were trimmed in Alcantara, as well as the Dash top and steering column.

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Engine in, and fitted a 4WD manifold for better clearance.

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Roll Cage In.

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Cam Cover painted and fitted, as well as the strut brace etc. The slam panel we had to extend and modify to get the rad in and out, an was only painted saturday morning, so we didn't have a chance to polish it.

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Loaded up ready to go.

I didn't manage to get any decent pics at Classic Ford cause my phone died saturday night an didn't manage to charge it till the afternoon, but here are a few. Some people I went with got some pics, so I'll upload some more when I can.

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Interior, excuse the shitty gearknob, I tried getting a 2WD Sierra one but ran out of time, so I borrowed a Ford one off a mate's KA, its only temporary!! The dash pod came loose as well, but luckily wasn't too noticeable.

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Engine Bay.

The car got a great response, much better than I was expecting, which was good! The car is by no means done yet, but I think we done well considering we only painted it a week ago and had 4 days to fit it together!

I'd like to get the car driving and all done by Ford Fair, but we'll see how it goes. The most important things to get done at the moment are getting the Rear Axle Rebuilt, all running gear together with the engine running, have a carpet made, a bespoke stainless manifold, an a few other bits. The steering column needs adjusting as well, as its slightly offset.

I'll get some better pics up soon as I can.
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Old 28-05-2012, 06:22 PM   #113
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Looks epic in those pics. Can't wait to see it lower and with wider wheels too!
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Looks epic in those pics. Can't wait to see it lower and with wider wheels too!
Cheers Simon, them pics are pretty shite though, just taken on my iPhone! Won't be long till the wheels are wider, an it will be much lower too bad we didn't have time Sunday morning to drop the front again, looked much better.

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An I just nicked this pic from Tatiana's picture thread, hope she don't mind, its much better than all mine!

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Old 28-05-2012, 09:02 PM   #116
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I take my hat off to you and your dad. The car is just brilliant.
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Old 28-05-2012, 09:14 PM   #117
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looks amazing
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Old 01-07-2012, 06:27 PM   #118
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Top job and a top car.Welldone Luke and Colin and co
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Old 02-07-2012, 01:36 AM   #119
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WOW now thats dedication, amazing work. i have never seen so much effort put into a build, looks just as it should
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Old 02-07-2012, 07:12 AM   #120
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