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Rusty Ruby - for "Restoration"
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Ruby for "Restoration". Very rusty beneath - but probably salvageable.
https://www.obzolete.com/index.php?route...NTvJ5BKh5X5I0rCsKNS104Kpo5gmYThk6U
A badly-designed web page. To get the large images (there are twenty really clear ones) click on any small sidebar image and a larger picture appears. To get the full-screen version, click on it again.
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#2
Lovely. The perfect project for someone to get their teeth into.
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#3
That doesn't look too bad; I've certainly seen worse ...and it's a late car with full-Girling rod brakes and good-looking original upholstery.
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#4
didn't I see somewhere he said s/he'd deliver it for free? Or was that just a Blue Mondays deal? I wonder if it's as solid underneath as one would imagine when in the rose-tinted stage?
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#5
Yes - looks solid enough - better than the one I took on in 1997 - plenty of wire brushing will be needed.

Will be a labour of love, but rewarding for the right person...
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#6
Badly designed website? Ouch! Took me bloody ages to perfect!
I buy and sell all types of classic cars and interesting objects

My Website
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#7
lol, It takes one click, you're obviously not sure how to do it. I know your website, so don't criticise mine.
I buy and sell all types of classic cars and interesting objects

My Website
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#8
Tony, worked OK on my Android mobile. All the views came up staight away.
Dave.
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(01-12-2020, 03:48 PM)Mike Costigan Wrote: That doesn't look too bad; I've certainly seen worse ...and it's a late car with full-Girling rod brakes and good-looking original upholstery.
The trim looks really good - and all original, perhaps?

(01-12-2020, 06:14 PM)Dave Wortley Wrote: Tony, worked OK on my Android mobile. All the views came up staight away.
Dave.
Yes, OK on a phone it's fine (probably designed that way) but a bit "sluggish" on a PC.
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#10
It works fine on my pc; one click is all it took. The only criticism I would offer is that it would be useful to know where in the country you're based.
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