The £650 Puma

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Frank
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The £650 Puma

Postby Frank » Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:03 pm

It's only a bad car park prang, not a death in the family. There's nothing there that can't be fixed if James wants to.

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Postby Wild E. Coyote » Mon Jan 08, 2018 8:53 pm

That is a word, Frank! My thoughts exactly. No reason to abandon the car. I mean, the used spares are now really cheap, especially where you are, guys!
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Postby Jamesfrp333 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:59 pm

Im not going to start stripping him Lee, if anything we want to make him better now in his time of need lol....

Ive kickstarted some loose plans for picking up a low milage analogue engine to possibly rebuild and get fitted, it ties in with my desire to get to know the ins and out of a puma 1.7 engine seeing as ive got a few projects that will in time all need work. Ive never touched them further than an oil filter, rocker cover gasket and a clutch if that counts :P

Saying that I did fit a 1.7 in my fiesta about a decade ago but I didnt rebuild it first and a lot of that info in the brain box is probably long lost by now..although you never know

if I can sort the engine then its exciting news for Jeggars future....
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