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Early Florian Getting Ready for Nats 2019 
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Oz_toffa and I collected an Early Florian a while back from the Wilmington Toy Museum. :D

Now time to get some bits done on it to get it on the road!. :ugeek:

Just collected a set of Mitsi Scorpion Wheels for it as I doubt the hub caps are in the boot and need to get a key cut to find out :lol:
The wheels need one heck of a clean BUT have NO road rash1 :o

Only thing the Headlights have been swapped out for later versions, I have the original lenses thanks to Matt but would like to track down the surrounds!
If any one has even one that would be fantastic. :D



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Wed Oct 31, 2018 5:01 am
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Can you take out the back seat to get into the boot Josh?

That looks like it will clean up nicely.

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Wed Oct 31, 2018 7:19 pm
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Have thought about going through the boot but will try getting the key cut from the passenger door lock number.
The car came from central SA so not much rust.

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Thu Nov 01, 2018 12:43 am
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looking forward to seeing this revived!

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Thu Nov 01, 2018 10:19 am
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Yeah, I'm looking forward to that too. I remember getting the back seat out of one I didn't have a key for, and getting a realy long screwdriver to trip the catch. Then I was looking under the front at the suspension when I spied a magnetic spare key holder behind the skirt (valence). Sure enough the key was in there, so I could shut the boot again!
Those wheels should look good and carry a bit more rubber than standard ones. You do know that I have a spare set of hubbies though, don't you? ;)
Cheers, Matt.

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Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:36 am
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Oh I like the Idea of extending a screwdriver, I can modify a metal curtain rod to hold one! :ugeek:
I have quite a few Luv blanks so i can remove the lock and use the 4 digit code on the back to get a key cut.
I didnt know you had another set of Caps :shock: :shock: , I will still have the original rims Sand Blasted and Powder Coated and tyre's fitted.
The Alloys wont be much wider as I already had a set 175/75/14's and nuts for them.
I was hoping to maybe get 15" Sigma GSR rims to give a bit more top end but thought the 14" would look better :lol:
Sad when you get bored and crudely mock up what it would look like LOL :lol:

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