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About ShaunS

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  1. Thats a hot looking 4 door. Stance looks perfect !!
  2. Thanks Jim, Theres a couple of wires there, will have a closer look at the red/blue one.
  3. Evening All, Im am in the process of converting my old Sapphie 2L Gli from auto to Manual, I managed to locate a manual car with a 5-speed and ended up buying the entire heap as scrap. My Question is, theres a fair amount of wires from the auto box ( its a AL4d type gearbox) to the ecu. Any ideas on locating the starter inhibitor switch? My last resort is to lock the selector in P and hide it behind the dashboard. Any ideas greatly appreciated,
  4. Episode aired on Friday, It was epic , well from me anyway, !!
  5. Howzit , My 4 door tag plate shows a Vinyl top - Parchment - The Vinyl top is actually white in colour. The Interior doorcards and seats are an biege ( Parchment Color ) Of course the body colour is Cologne Blue. Thus I assume your tag would describe a Green interior . Alpine white Bodycolour
  6. Thats a very good idea, Thank you for sharing,
  7. Awesome finishes to a great classic. Are you keeping the engine internals stock?
  8. I still love 4 door escorts, they remain the ultimate sleeper cars in my view. My work in progress ....couple years now.
  9. Great , Thank you, Found out this weekend that some old track racers use to add a thin steel sheet just beneath the inlet to shield the distributor. Just added protection if fuel drips from the gasket.
  10. Hi All, Please help me out with a query on the Twin Webers DCOE 40 inlet manifold . When mounted to a 1600 Xflow, there remains just 5 bolts to the head. A friends car has managed to snap one bolt and caused water leaks into the inlet ports. However his engine does tilt a lot at high rpm. Now I have the long type (4 inch length) manifold and I think I might need a support bracket of some sort , just to support the weight of the two carbs and manifold at high rpm . Has anyone built a such a support for the intake ?
  11. Yes, thats correct, Post 1978 , Ford ( Well in ZA ) binned the chrome beadings, and replaced them for the black strip lower down the body line. The lettering were completely removed. Color coded wheel caps were replaced by the std steel rims and chrome rings.
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