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Old 13-10-2012, 06:18 PM
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Old 13-10-2012, 06:41 PM
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cross brace painted and heatshields cleaned, (Earls clutch hose visible)


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diff mount starting to tear and pop spot welds,










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Dave that looks the nuts underneath mate, thats exactly how i want mine to end up looking on the underside, im a long way off but im going to start picking away at it.
Have you had it all undersealed? Ifso did you do it yourself or pay to have it done?
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Old 18-10-2012, 08:28 PM
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Dave that looks the nuts underneath mate, thats exactly how i want mine to end up looking on the underside, im a long way off but im going to start picking away at it.
Have you had it all undersealed? Ifso did you do it yourself or pay to have it done?
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just cleaned it with traffic film remover so far. I will post up some before and after pictures hopefully in the next couple of days as still waiting for some parts to arrive from Germany.
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Have you had it all undersealed? Ifso did you do it yourself or pay to have it done?
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I was told by a very well respected TVR specialist that it's crazy to underseal anything other than a brand new car, because it traps any moisture, dirt or rust and can actually help the rust to spread.

I'm not sure which side to believe, but I think it's worth considering both points.
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Old 19-10-2012, 09:03 AM
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No signs of body rust only on suspension parts/subframe/diff which only have a light coating of black paint on them from the factory.
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