[ROVERNET - UK] A bee under my bonnet!
Sands2005 at home00.eclipse.co.uk
Mon Aug 1 21:54:48 BST 2005
G'day to all Rovernetters,
If you were to make up a
lightweight wooden case for the hood (we are talking hypothetically
here) and take the external measurements of said case. A phone around
to some freight forwarder giving the dimensions should be enough to
achieve a quotable quote re costs.
By the way folks when I was last on Rovernet .... upto end of
2001..... I was at home in South Australia driving a Silver Mink SD1
3500 Van Den Plas .... a beautiful car!
I'm now living in Norwich (UK) where my sons attend uni and I drive a
Nightfire Red 820 Vitesse Hatchback.... again a beautiful car, goes
like the clappers. Though its interesting to note that where the SD1 had
a brilliantly small turning circle, the front wheel drive Vit has a
turning circle like a bullock dray with a team of 8. You can't beat
rear wheel drive!
Mike Vitesse Norwich.
Vern Klukas wrote:
> I'd be happy to send you a hood (well, actually the Rover car Club
> would) but freight will be rather steep I would expect. I'm not sure
> how much the club would charge for the hood, that is up to our parts
> manager, but I know we have several in stock.
>> Does anyone leaving near Minnesota have a hood/bonnet for a 69 2000 TC?
>> I was driving my car on the freeway to storage a couple winters ago
>> when the hood popped open and slammed into the windshield. Luckily
>> the glass didn't break, but the hood is pretty mangled. I am just
>> getting around to that part of the resto, and so far people have been
>> hesitant to send a hood. Pass this message along to friends, the car
>> really looks sad without its bonnet.
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