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 on: Yesterday at 10:24:18 PM 
Started by Andrew Parker - Last post by Andrew Parker
Sorry, I hadn't meant to trigger a debate about the names and shades of colours, I appreciate that my car was subject to a bare metal respray before my ownership and so may not be an accurate Lancia/Zagato colour, but am really happy to learn more about the original colours.

I had assumed that it was San Siro, but if it is Rosso Palermo I am equally happy with that, just delighted that it is a beautiful car that I feel privileged to own.

Many thanks

Andrew

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 on: Yesterday at 10:08:13 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
Overall it looks good, not as bad as I thought it would be so that is a nice surprise, almost never is there less rust than you fear..... he says tempting fate...  Shocked
A bit in the seam near the seat belt mount so areas like this will get properly inspected.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:05:45 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
Section underneath will get cut out back to the chassis rail, its been patched up before so needs tidying better.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:03:55 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
Passenger side is much worse but still marginally better than I thought it may be.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:01:46 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
Drivers side bumper side mount I knew to be all but missing, amazingly it seems to be confined to that small area

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 on: Yesterday at 09:58:40 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
Plan is to sort out the jacking points first so I can reposition the axle stands to enable the wheels to come off.

With the bumper removed I expected to see rust all along the back edge, but pleasantly surprised to see it all in great condition, outside and within the boot space box section.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:51:45 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
I've got the wheels on the wooden stands as the rear jacking points both need sorting out, I also wondered if the sills would need cutting away but they look better than anticipated so far...

The jacking point on the drivers side has been repaired recently by someone but I'm not keen on it so will cut it out and redo it.
The passenger side looked crusty and weak, which was no surprise that the axle stand adapter went up into the rust with a crunch!  Grin

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 on: Yesterday at 09:46:02 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
This afternoon I got chance to get the car up on the stands to have a better look at things.
I fully expected to have to drop the fuel tank and back axle out as the rot would be easier to sort.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:33:32 PM 
Started by Kevinlincs - Last post by Kevinlincs
Appreciate all the comments guys, and pictures of the seats. They are different again to what was on my old turbo, so they could well be integrale specific? I'll pop down to see Jim who now owns my old car to have a look, I also need to refresh myself over a few details anyway.  Cool

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 on: Yesterday at 09:08:50 PM 
Started by lancianut666 - Last post by fay66
Got the little beast jacked up enough to get under and dismantled the linkage a bit and removed the swivel bracket thing and it is well worn as are some of the bushes and securing pins. Quick blast round Ebay found a UK supplier for the bracket and bushes so will be here next week. I will probably take all the linkage off and clean it up and a lick of paint before it all goes back on. We can then have a few laps of the car park!!!
Clarkey
If I remember correctly  the bushes in the linkage under the Y10 were a real pain and very hard to push back into place.
And make sure the boots are in good condition or replaced.
Brian
8227 Cool

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