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Re: blue ice v6 2019/08/29 18:38:45 (permalink)
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the original drivers guard was the worst panel on the car.
Scored another the other day - much better



Now the car’s ready for prep 🙂
It’s actually a lovely shell ....

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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/03 17:40:36 (permalink)
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Lifted the car up with bobcat and lowered it onto the engine/box
All bolted in


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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/03 17:50:21 (permalink)
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Fitted it off with BOB cams and some other juicy bits so hopefully will go well
Installing an injection sway bar, discs etc next couple of days
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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/03 20:53:18 (permalink)
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Wow it's moving along quickly and looking good.
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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/08 14:27:07 (permalink)
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Now that's looking good Stefan. Unsure about sling scenario though.
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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/13 10:31:46 (permalink)
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No damage done 😬
Getting close to paint now

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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/13 10:31:46 (permalink)
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No damage done 😬
Getting close to paint now

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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/17 18:32:30 (permalink)
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All ready

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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/29 16:46:32 (permalink)
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Finished the fuel tank conversion- putting an aluminium drop tank in





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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/29 17:04:43 (permalink)
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Re: blue ice v6 2019/09/29 17:52:41 (permalink)
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Nice. Really like that idea on a modified car.

Reckon it will look smart and the business from the rear.
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Re: blue ice v6 2019/10/17 18:13:20 (permalink)
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Well another one done - now for the bolt on panels ...

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Re: blue ice v6 2020/08/18 18:03:46 (permalink)
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So the panel beater died - crashed into a fence on the way to mine to working on the car - but he died doing what he liked - riding a bike - like a maniac - good for him!

(At least he finished the car).

The cosworth is going on the motec, driving and stopping.
Running it on 6x13 rebels. Vented front discs. T5. No cutting of anything.
I’ll wait until the COVID rubbish is out of the way and get it engineered - and that’s it!

It’s a clean little car, runs sweet!

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Re: blue ice v6 2020/08/19 13:17:59 (permalink)
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Hi Spud, I was wondering when we would see some more updates from your projects. Always good to see how they are going and so many at once.
Shame to hear about your panel beater.
I like this Cosworth conversion, pretty rare to see one in Australia.
Where are you plumbing the air filter to?
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Re: blue ice v6 2020/08/19 13:35:29 (permalink)
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It runs into a cone air filter that sits down below/ between the engine and battery

The panel beater died as a bit of a non event all things considered- a colourbond fence in Wandin vic-
he lived a colourful life - in and out of the slammer, chases on the bike.. - a really nice guy actually



Brought this one the other day - plan to turn it back into a street car (with the cyclone v6)

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