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I never open my bonnet in public, engine bay is full of sticky black stuff and welding done over 20yrs ago and described by one tester as, "'king agricultural, but 'king strong!" is functional, but as pretty as a warthog. The car is like Triggers broom, not a show winner, not fast, but it's a right giggle to drive. 

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3 hours ago, accord83 said:

is functional, but as pretty as a warthog. The car is like Triggers broom, not a show winner, not fast, but it's a right giggle to drive. 

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But can be cute

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....I’ve probably got it! 😂😂

Appreciate the advice, to recap, petrol, stiff brush, time & something I didn’t understand 🤔 - Huge

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On 28/06/2020 at 19:18, Huge said:

....I’ve probably got it! 😂😂

Appreciate the advice, to recap, petrol, stiff brush, time & something I didn’t understand 🤔 - Huge

Scrounge some huge cardboard boxes to open out and park over, helps soak up the drips. The ones that a Fridge, cooker, or Vista's wallet would be delivered in.😂

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If the underseal stuff is hard and/or brittle like mine was-use something like a paint scraper to chip it off then use wire wool with thinners on to clean the residue off. If its soft and sticky-well that's a pain in the ass unfortunately.

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