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Old 27th June 2020, 15:40   #21
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Another approach to the wheel centre cap problem: A Bulgarian vendor offers this:
https://www.ebay.de/itm/224054922509...m=224054922509


I ordered a set:





They are looking good although they are a little bit too large (60mm). I will stick them on universal caps and I think the little overhang won´t play an optical role because the stickers are quite flat. We will see.
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Old 27th June 2020, 15:49   #22
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Using a DIY drum sander, abrasive paper and polishing cream I modified an ugly red anodised oil catch tank:







The final result:



Ready to fit to the silver beautie´s engine...
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Another little progress: A freshly refurbed throttle body.


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It just needs a new gasket between the both casings.
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Another little progress: A freshly refurbed throttle body.


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It just needs a new gasket between the both casings.
I'm doing these items for the ZT, if you buy a home plating kit like I did, there's no limit to how good we can get our cars. The kits are well priced and the only thing you need is patience and time.
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I'm doing these items for the ZT, if you buy a home plating kit like I did, there's no limit to how good we can get our cars. The kits are well priced and the only thing you need is patience and time.
Michael, could you please show me a link to such a kit? I am patient like Buddha himself but time always is a problem ...
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Gateros Plating, on the web and OK to deal with.
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Gateros Plating, on the web and OK to deal with.
Interesting. Thanks.
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