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 on: Today at 10:36:24 AM 
Started by brian - Last post by brian
I begin to feel a totally inadequate owner of an Aprilia!
The driver's door has been a little unreliable in its action lately - it would stick open when opened occasionally but did click closed with a tap. Last weekend after the Ashby Show (well done Neal Shepherd for organising the classic cars) I could only open the door from the inside as the handle stayed out in the pulled position.
On taking the door trim and window out I see that the system is very similar to that on the Augusta which is very easy to work on as all bits are visible. On the Aprilia they most definitely are not and it looks as if the window channel needs to come out and even then all is not clear. The bit with the coiled spring (the handle return) seems to be the problem as feels loose and possibly disconnected.
Do I need to take the bit that the vertical rods connect with to actuate the top and bottom clips? If so that is a awkward job as all the screws seem corroded in place and if not, how do I do it!!?
I keep trying to use the car but it obviously prefers languishing in comfort.
Good news however on the Augusta front as I am just off to get the new rebored block and new pistons and shell-bearing bronzes so will be busy into August at least with both cars.

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 on: Today at 08:48:51 AM 
Started by Parisien - Last post by Parisien
Can anyone help with this query please?

Hello , I act as curator of the home fleet of lambda owner/member Douglas Blain.

He also owns a  unique trials special known as the Crocus built in 1950. It comprises an HRG chassis , Ex HRG Singer 1500cc engine ,Pre select g/box,Triumph Dolomite rear end, and a 1938 Aprilia steering/suspension system. We seek basic toe in /out settings for a standard Aprilia to start as a basis to  sort this renovation’s  wayward steering habits. Can any one assist please ? A third Lancia in the fleet , a Thema 832 What a motor car!

Regards Keith Styles

P

 3 
 on: Yesterday at 09:19:14 PM 
Started by LMC Forum Administration - Last post by rogerelias
Just checked my garage  ::)although mine is for sale its still there Smiley

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 05:29:27 PM 
Started by LMC Forum Administration - Last post by poppy67
whilst en route today A11/A14 Cambridgeshire/Suffolk border saw an Appia loaded on a car transporter, presumably just purchased not broken down, but who knows ? Ironically I was on my way to look at a Lancia for sale in North Norfolk !
S.

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 08:14:47 AM 
Started by colinw - Last post by fay66
You know the old adage Brian, if you have to ask the price then you can't afford it!
Well certainly applies Frank, they must know what they want for the items
I also hate car adverts which say POA.

I suppose it's justified in some cases but I can't think why.
Brian
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 6 
 on: Yesterday at 07:52:33 AM 
Started by colinw - Last post by frankxhv773t
You know the old adage Brian, if you have to ask the price then you can't afford it!

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 on: 16 July, 2019, 06:39:54 PM 
Started by colinw - Last post by fay66
Came across this the other day.
Site has various Fulvia spares water pump and petrol cap plus others of interest. Hope this helps those searching for those long lost items.
Hope the link works:
www.autoepoca.it
Mind you most of you, no doubt, know this site, but just in case.




Thanks Colin,
I can see a few parts I wouldn't mind, but I hate the practice here that no prices are shown, a d you have to ask, always smells of a rip off to me.
Brian
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 on: 16 July, 2019, 05:25:21 PM 
Started by neil-yaj396 - Last post by neil-yaj396
I have received the following message from The Bugatti Owners Club;

The second “Le Tour Panoramique” will be on Sunday 1st September.
A leisurely “Tour” around the Cotswolds for classic cars.  The start is at Prescott from 9 a.m. where you can see cars attending the Breakfast Club and enjoy a classic breakfast in the Clubhouse.
The Bugatti Trust will be opened specifically for Tour participants from 9.30 – 11 a.m. where the Bugatti Type 59 race car that last appeared at Prescott 80 years ago in the hands of Jean Bugatti and Jean-Pierre Wimille is on display.
There will be time to stop and enjoy the scenery or sights en-route, including Hidcote and Kiftsgate gardens, Broadway Tower, Snowshill, Chipping Campden, etc. The finish will be at the Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway in Toddington, where an inclusive Cream Tea will be served from 3pm at the ‘Flag and Whistle’ café.  There you can join an inclusive tour of the Steam sheds as part of a small group.
Wearing clothing that is period to the car is encouraged and there will be prizes for the ‘best dressed team’ and a fun concours and quiz that everyone can take part in.
Tickets per car and driver are £35, additional participants are £25. This includes Bugatti Trust entry, Cream Tea, Steam Shed tour, Rally Plate and route plan. Please contact the Club Office for details. The number of cars is strictly limited.

For further information please contact friends@bugatti.co.uk, or contact the Club Office on 01242 673136.
 
 


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 on: 16 July, 2019, 04:43:49 PM 
Started by 038tipo - Last post by lancialulu
All weather is Lancia weather!!

Sarah and I expect to be there....

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 on: 16 July, 2019, 03:07:41 PM 
Started by 038tipo - Last post by 038tipo
Hi All.
I hope to see some usual suspects and new ones welcome to chequers pub, Matching Green, Essex from around 7pm.
Weather may be Lancia driving weather!
See you there.
Paul

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