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Winston
17-05-2005, 16:41
Just thought i post some pics before the carpet and carbon bits are added

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y209/Willyvalve/Kif_0746.jpg

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y209/Willyvalve/Kif_0744.jpg

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y209/Willyvalve/Kif_0739.jpg

FlamingMonkey
17-05-2005, 16:47
hehe now that is stripped

Martin
17-05-2005, 16:49
Hardcore! :) I'm thinking of doing the same to the nana plus remove the passenger seat before york on the 30th...I hope you are gonna be there for a few battles?

Swervin_Mervin
17-05-2005, 17:00
You still have the stereo in Winston.

Marks out of 10. 7.
Comments. Must try harder.

Winston
17-05-2005, 17:04
Still loads more to come out :wink:

As for York, Martin.... See how FCS goes

Andy
17-05-2005, 17:15
glove box cover off thats dedication mate

Martin
17-05-2005, 17:18
LOL and the glove box is empty bonus points!..mines full of heavy cds!

2 live
17-05-2005, 18:48
lol.....amatuers....ditch the leccy windows n gor for wind up glass or perspex tut tut

richy
17-05-2005, 19:02
nice lol

richy
17-05-2005, 22:15
how much did it cost u for the seats and how did u mount them?

Winston
18-05-2005, 00:06
All in good time jon :wink:

£150 for the seats and £40 for the side mounts. Ive bolted them through the box section under the old seats....For now, don't really need any more un wanted holes.

I'll up date tomorrow ....as more stuff comes out? but the carpet is going back in.....only until I get round to spraying the interior....Im going to spray it grey?

richy
18-05-2005, 19:06
were did u get them at that price or are they second hand?

Winston
18-05-2005, 22:04
From ebay

VIPERONE
18-05-2005, 22:29
u need a new gear knob! a black ball style one!

number1
22-05-2005, 12:38
can you get away with not having front door cards for mot? im considering stripping mine right out, does it make that much of a difference??

Dave

Martin
22-05-2005, 13:02
can you get away with not having front door cards for mot? im considering stripping mine right out, does it make that much of a difference??

Dave

In answer to your questions ...Yes and Yes

u33db
27-02-2008, 20:31
Winston, apologies for digging this up from the past but with the seat at that height can you see over the wheel? What height are you as i'd like to do something similar?

Daz.
28-02-2008, 07:31
Winston, apologies for digging this up from the past but with the seat at that height can you see over the wheel? What height are you as i'd like to do something similar?

Winstons like the tallest man in the world ever - he can tell you 3 days before it rains that its going to rain...

He's also visible from space - you can see his hat quite clearly :D

white16valver
28-02-2008, 12:59
Nicely bumped, I was going to ask a question about stripping today too lol

I was just wondering how hard it is to remove the rear bench and seat-backs - what do I need to do? Unbolt things??

Having emptied the boot and put the seats down to carry a telly the other day (seats down = weight lost ;) LOL :lol: ) I thought I might run it half-stripped for a while...

u33db
28-02-2008, 13:05
Its easy

Rear bench just lifts out of the hinge.

To do the rear backrest theres a latch at either side you turn to unlock them. IIRC there will also be one bolt you'll need to take out at split which is keeping it in place.

Then it just lifts out.

white16valver
28-02-2008, 13:07
Really?

Sweeeeeet...

That sounds piss easy so I might give it a go! :D

Thanks for the advice! :)

u33db
28-02-2008, 13:10
No worries.

white16valver
28-02-2008, 13:15
8)

Daz.
28-02-2008, 16:48
Took me an hour to remove EVERYTHING from the back seats upwards... I dread getting it all back in! :lol:

Winston
28-02-2008, 23:47
Nice bump LOL

As above.. I is a lanky mother focker... but only have long legs, top halfs not that long lol

cliolord
29-02-2008, 18:26
LOL mega old post winstagator ;)

Coops
29-02-2008, 18:44
i drove in a winstonised bucket seated motor, the old rsi brid, counldnt see shit out of it over the wheel :lol:

cliolord
29-02-2008, 18:57
i drove in a winstonised bucket seated motor, the old rsi brid, counldnt see s**t out of it over the wheel :lol:

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