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Toms Fug 4
Topic Started: Jan 1 2017, 01:23 PM (337 Views)
JohnTheSparky
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We started with an engine, that is nearly back together now

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Then got a fugitive 4. It doesn't look bad at that distance

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Which we've started taking apart, it's got a IRS transaxle in it, which we've taken out (so we can use the starter to start the engine)
And we'll clean that up next


Plenty to be getting on with, and keep hunting for the right bits :-)
Edited by JohnTheSparky, Apr 15 2018, 08:33 PM.
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JohnTheSparky
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Thought Id post a bit of an update, if anyone finds it.... been working away slowly, Ill just post some photos

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Edited by JohnTheSparky, Apr 15 2018, 08:34 PM.
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ErvinFi
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Tom is a lucky boy! That fug looks awesome so far. What's next on the agenda, John?
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JohnTheSparky
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Hi, thanks

We got it roadworthy, and failed the MOT for a leaking damper and headlight switch
Swapped them over the weekend and passed on the Monday :)

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It didnt have mudguards for quite a while (looked awesome) but weve fitted some now (rears will need coming back to, but we will have a bit of a think before redoing)

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The original dash was hard work with the harnesses, so weve fitted a Summit Raptor, which is lovely

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We did a local show

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Have been driving it around

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I think well start tidying the bodywork next, Weve got a second set of rough fug4 panels
So think well fill up some holes and fit them and then work on these ones

Off to another show next weekend, about 80 miles from home, and will try to drive it between now and the end of summer
Edited by JohnTheSparky, Aug 12 2018, 07:17 PM.
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