no its a modified c1 ford grillLooking good! Is the Cougar head cross-hatch grill a C2 one?
thanks..lots of sanding to get the texture out then multiple coats of plastic primer..i also put a backing behind it so it dont climb the bumper when its leant on.I do like the blue number plate plinth.
Thanks, I love the car alreadyLooking much better. Glad to see that car is still in the club as well
Interesting, I'll keep an eye on thathas anyone else noticed how the wax from drive through car washes seems to cause this??
tillys headlight were like new when i got her and i noticed them starting to get a slight cloud to them particulary on the top half like this after a couple of times through the wash, it polished off easy tho..
The old boy Jeth in bugle used to be a really good mechanic opposite the bed shopI'll never use any kind of chain or fast fit centre. The clue is in the name - they're 'fitters', not mechanics (although the first part of that is an insult to actual fitters), and the whole idea of doing it fast usually turns out to mean 'rushed and uncaring'.
All people need to do is ask a bit of advice to find someone more local and personal who can be trusted.
When I moved down here, the supposedly useful 'Good Garage Scheme' website led me to a place that virtually charged main dealer prices.
Now after a bit of asking around, our cars go to a father and son in an old railway shed, there's more junk in it than Steptoes yard, I'm not sure even if the patriarch can read or write, but they know what they're doing, do what they say when they say they'll do it and charge what I consider reasonable rates. Sorted.