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CLASSIC CAR SHOW 2020
 

Our 2020 show will take place on Sunday 10 May at the usual venue of Strathallan Games Park, Bridge of Allan FK9 4QY.
The invitation letters and entry forms will be issued at the end of January 2020. If you don't receive an Invitation letter and entry form, but would like to attend, please print an entry from the SHOW section of this website. Please also read the information included in the Invitation letter. As in previous years show profits will be donated to charity.
ALSO NOTE THAT ENTRY FORMS MUST HAVE AN A5 STAMPED SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE TO RETURN YOUR SHOW PASS.

 
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Re:Stevie's TR7 Weblog 8 years 9 months ago #611

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Yip now have Indicators and hazard lights

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The Horn :S :S :S :S :S :S

a wire had came off the horn and was touching the body of the car

now to put it all back together now
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Re:Stevie's TR7 Weblog 8 years 9 months ago #612

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It's allways something simple,& we look for the hard stuff :laugh:
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Re:Stevie's TR7 Weblog 8 years 6 months ago #732

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How come that two minute job never is?

decided to change the thermostat today, I thought it will only take 10 minutes

How wrong was i.

Yip first screw i undid snapped





First tried a Draper stud extractor



It was worse than useless, so tried some heat



still did not come out, so had to drill it out



and as I was at it I re tapped it out to 8mm so I could get some bolts to fit



or so I thought, I couldn't get the right size and had to cut them



cleaned out all the swarf from all the drilling and tapping



fitted it all back together with new gasket



All done
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