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I think I may have to admit defeat

I think I may have to admit defeat

Postby Rich_p » Tue Apr 12, 2016 11:50 am

I've not posted in a while as I've been occupied with the Elise.

After another year of not touching the 309 (but sometimes buying bits) I may need to admit that it's never going to get finished :-(

I've got a nice pile of bits and a sorn'd car with nice bits attached.

I'm assuming I'm better off undoing my work and breaking the car as opposed to bunging it on ebay as is?

Such a shame. Also not looking forward to stripping it at all but i'll need to.

I'm not even sure I can manage to get the engine and gearbox out but I'll need to retrieve the BBM mounts etc
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Re: I think I may have to admit defeat

Postby jord294 » Tue Apr 12, 2016 5:25 pm

Depends on how much you want for it as is

Pics and more description would help
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Re: I think I may have to admit defeat

Postby Arbor » Tue Apr 12, 2016 5:49 pm

You've had it a long time, I would complete it if possible. They are few and far between these days and becoming rarer to find decent cars. If space is an issue consider selling as a package with spares via pug forums, classic car sites, northloop or rally sites. It would make a good road rally project, last resort ebay. Breaking requires time and space and usually waiting for no shows.

Always liked yours, and its a Coventy reg. Finish it if you can.
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Re: I think I may have to admit defeat

Postby Stephen W » Tue Apr 12, 2016 6:37 pm

I would keep it and put it aside until you find the love for it again. I sold my project a few years ago as it needed money and time spent on it that I didn't have. Now I regret it and wish I'd have just left it there. I followed your thread and couldn't wait to see it built, you did all the hard work already. It probably wouldn't take much to get it going.
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