further to this thread:
and this one:
I idly wandered past the workshop just after lunch today (it's only a short walk from home) after going to the post office, just to see what the state of play was.
I was greeted with "oh, hang on a few minutes...." then was handed my car keys!
She now needs a blooming good clean (time to set the apprentice to work I think ), once this downpour of biblical proportions has stopped (anyone got an ark handy? )
Next stop: number plate lights, lowering springs, foglight wiring (while I have a sparky handy ) and tidying up the install a bit.
WOOHOO! (*dances around a bit*) OW damn shouldnt have done that bit
I'm so happeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Sorry guys, just couldn't contain myself there, immediatley after the accident I never thought that she'd be back on the road again, but at the time I didn't realise that it was possible to pull a shell to within a 1-2 millimetre tolerance like they did.
HUGE THANKS to Richard at Kar Kraft for his sterling work again, take note people in the North East, if you want bodywork and spraying doing, they are very good, friendly, reliable and fast