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Cletus' '68 Plymouth post car

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There is a good plaster/ painter in west auckland who is very cheep and dose a nice job, I have seen his work and he did my TS250 frame, he dosnt really have an advert anywhere, I can find his number if you want.

Probably good to put a stock oil pump back in I have been told they do more harm than good for engines that are not race engines with the extra bearing clearance 

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Yeah I am more than capable of fucking things up all by myself for much less cost  

 

On a positive note I called in to the painters to have a proper look at the hoodlining and it looks like some stitching has let go so my mrs should be able to fix it good enough for now, it wasn't mint anyway so meh. 

@piazzanoob cheers for the heads up, the new pan clears the dipstick ok, I did have to put a hole in the baffle cause I'd already got that wrong once before on the engine in the vg

 

@SOHC thanks but it's already at the painter, is that an indian guy around Cartwright road somewhere? I had a customer with a torana that had been painted quite cheap and it was surprisingly good 

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8 hours ago, cletus said:

 

 

@SOHC thanks but it's already at the painter, is that an indian guy around Cartwright road somewhere? I had a customer with a torana that had been painted quite cheap and it was surprisingly good 

No way, this guy was at the bottom of forist hill road, he blasts car under body’s and dose a surprisingly good job 

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