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Old 10th November 2015, 11:58 AM
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Old 10th November 2015, 06:59 PM
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Slightly narrower rear wings might be a good idea - the rear track of MX5 based cars is narrower than the Sierra.
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Old 10th November 2015, 08:04 PM
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that seems like a favourite will get to work on that one have had a few ideas anyway
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Old 10th November 2015, 08:10 PM
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that seems like a favourite will get to work on that one have had a few ideas anyway
I know of someone who lives local who will happily support with prototypes
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cheers neil will take you up on that will have to find a way to cater for both sierra and mx5 builders though

An idea I have had though is how popular would an iva trim kit be to suit the bodywork ie all the u trim and piping delivered with bodywork at extra cost of course discuss
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Old 11th November 2015, 04:37 PM
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that seems like a favourite will get to work on that one have had a few ideas anyway
I don't know if we are talking only about MX5 based Roadster here, but if you consider doing this part for old Sierra based Roadsters as well, bare in mind that MT75 and Type 9 tunnels are different.

Also, the gearbox tunnel cover is not a symmetrical part and won't fit both RHD and LHD cars.

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Old 13th November 2015, 10:22 AM
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I have now had chance to go through the production costs and I now have a price list so here it is

Nosecone £155
Scuttle £125
Front cycle wings £85 Pair
Rear arches £145 Pair
Rear tub £155
Side panels 185 Pair
Standard scoop bonnet £145
Wide scoop bonnet £155
Standard aeroscreen £65
Front bulkhead £80
Rear Diffusser £135
GRP Dash blank £60
10 Piece Bodywork kit £830
6 Piece Bodywork kit £550

add £10 to 6 and 10 Piece kits for wide scoop bonnet

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