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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by PhilW View Post
    You may turn out to be a very wise man, doing your own Resto takes absolutely ages and plenty of stress .
    I do however know exactly what has been done to my car though, so there is a benefit, good luck with yours, may it be a relaxing wait 
    Phil , thank you- i have problems doing up my shoelaces , a resto done by me would be a deathtrap!!
    I do understand the comfort of knowing a job being well done by doing it yourself, a massive benefit i quite agree .

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    also if its for a long term investment, they're only going to go up so stick it in a garage for a decade and it'll be worth double what you paid imo

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    Does no harm that i wont lose my shirt on it

    But life is way too short to not enjoy a car like this.
    I'm planning on doing a few evening track days at brands as soon as it arrives

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    this is literally 10/15 mins from me.. wish id gone to have a nose...

    hope it's a good 'un

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    im sure you still can ! barney is a very nice chap .

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    Quote Originally Posted by abiddavid View Post
    im sure you still can ! barney is a very nice chap .
    Congrats on the purchase! I follow them on facebook and love the progress shots they've posted, certainly looks like it'll be done properly - not sure there's much risk involved considering they're a reputable classic restorer.

    Enjoy the wait and welcome to the club!

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    Yes, it's a load of money, but I think you're in good hands and the Williams is a fast appreciating classic. Enjoy

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    Any updates -pics Fumo collection, hoons, track etc ?


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    any updates ?

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    If not included in resto, I would get a reputable installer to fit paint protection film to the full front, roof leading edge, doors and rear arches.


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