~Slideways~

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He's a mod on Classic Honda of Australia fb page pretty sure, been wanting to make a Classic Honda of NZ page, but the nz honda av/as/at/aa group is pretty good in the mean time.

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36 minutes ago, igor said:

IAny reason not to use 12" rims if you convert to old Civic hubs?

I found a guy who used old civic hubs which then worked with later model calipers, i think that is why the 13's were needed.

12" tyres must be hard to get tires for these days?

 

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Yes, 12" tyres are becoming hard to find and are almost always more expensive than 13".

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On 03/05/2018 at 10:47, ~Slideways~ said:

Haven’t seen that one, do you have a link?

 

Unfortunately not.

Those pics were off a blog from 2010. Im sure something is around but can't confirm.  There is a white one in japan also on 10s, flared with similar exhaust style.

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4 minutes ago, SiRge said:

Build 4 - go autisitic

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Jeez... basically a engine with some semi N360 looking panels around it.

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@Figgy Did you manage to flick your Civic? Or have any other sources?

There's probably a couple floating around if you join that NZ Honda Civic AT/AS/ etc page

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4 minutes ago, SiRge said:

@Figgy Did you manage to flick your Civic? Or have any other sources?

There's probably a couple floating around if you join that NZ Honda Civic AT/AS/ etc page

I had sent a join request for the NZ Honda av/as/at/aa group about a week ago but never got a reply/acceptance thing. Guess they don't like my face or something.

Joined a couple of other N360 groups and early Honda stuff but mostly overseas.

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11 minutes ago, SiRge said:

@Figgy Did you manage to flick your Civic? Or have any other sources?

There's probably a couple floating around if you join that NZ Honda Civic AT/AS/ etc page

Looks like his is a 1978, might not be the same hubs. Plus his looks too nice for parts.

I need a rotten one to pillage parts to see if I can make the hubs and disk brakes work, found this blog thing saying they do:

http://n600sedan.blogspot.co.nz/2014/03/brake-caliper-rotor-conversion-1972.html

But driveshafts don't, so would need to work something out there.

I wonder if accord or shuttle stuff would work?

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33 minutes ago, ~Slideways~ said:

I had sent a join request for the NZ Honda av/as/at/aa group about a week ago but never got a reply/acceptance thing. Guess they don't like my face or something.

Joined a couple of other N360 groups and early Honda stuff but mostly overseas.

Done, check you fb :P

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3 hours ago, ~Slideways~ said:

Does anyone know if a 1979-1983 Civic rotting away around Wellington?

 

 

Yes I have a parts car but South Otago so a bit far away unless you get desperate.

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40 minutes ago, igor said:

Yes I have a parts car but South Otago so a bit far away unless you get desperate.

Cool thanks, if I can't find one a bit closer I'll let you know. I'd be looking at hubs, discs, calipers, driveshafts and maybe wheels so probably a bit to send.

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mate with the 360 owns 'go motors' in paengaroa tepuke , hassle him to sell his cause he will let it rust into the ground. 

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16 hours ago, MaxPower said:

mate with the 360 owns 'go motors' in paengaroa tepuke , hassle him to sell his cause he will let it rust into the ground. 

Cool, I called them but no answer or voicemail. Will try again though. Thanks

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