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Post #26
306matt wrote:
Mint, looks really good.

Can't wait to see the finished article.

Matt


thanks for the comments.

she should be pretty much finished this week.

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Posted 31st May 2010 at 17:56
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Post #27
UPDATE!

here are some more pics of the rallye.

the front has only been test fitted and the bumper just placed on as it all has to come off again to re spray the slam panel and fit the brand new crystal lights (when they arrive).

i flat and polished the front of the car again today it has come up lovely.

pics:





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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 01:45
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wow top work mate , what sort of mileage engine are you putting back in to this and have you thought of a price yet

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 01:47
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jimmyrallye wrote:
wow top work mate , what sort of mileage engine are you putting back in to this and have you thought of a price yet


hi, thanks for the comments.

the car has only covered 82,000 miles and has full service history last service was at 71,000 miles when it had a full cambelt kit fitted.

the engine in the car is mint and sounds sweet as a nut no noises what so ever.

i will wait untill the car is completely done until i decide i price but i do have a rough idea in mind.

also the time im finished this will have had not far off 2000 spent on it.

parts ive bought:

1: new pads and disc`s front and rear
2: new genuine peugeot rallye blanks
3: new crystal headlights
4: new bonnet badge
5: new boot badge
6: new hockeystick clips
7: new rear quarter window bolts
8: new headlight bolts
9: new genuine peugeot wiper blades
10: new genuine peugeot gearknob
11: new tailor made rallye floor matts
12: new full rallye graphic kit

and possibly some new rear lights and a magnex exhaust system.

she will be a lovely rallye when its done.

thanks richard.

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 02:01
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Post #30
UPDATE!

here some pics of some nice new shiny bits for the rallye.

new disc`s front and rear, new pads,new rallye matts, new rallye graphics and a very good condition exhaust system.









i took the calipers off completely stripped them down cleaned them and give them a lick of paint.

i also decided to paint the sump in a nice heat proof silver paint and the diff casing looks lovely all done with the new brakes bolted on.

here are some pics:







i also decided to paint the cam covers. i may be tempted to take the inlet off and also give that a lick of paint just to freshen up the engine bay.



she is coming on slowly and is starting to look very very nice/clean.

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Posted 5th Jun 2010 at 21:58
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Post #31
What an improvement! Nice one.

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Posted 5th Jun 2010 at 22:22
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Post #32
matty_rallye wrote:
What an improvement! Nice one.


thanks mate.

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Posted 5th Jun 2010 at 22:55
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Post #33
another update:

ive now started to build the one side back up ie putting all the seals back on,glass,door locks,mirrors,trim etc etc.

i also gave the paint work another flat and polish before adding the rallye graphics.

here are a few pics of the car:








PLEASE NOTE: the car is still no where near finished everything is only trail fitted and the cyclones are the ones off my black gti-6 not the refurbed wheels. just wanted to get some nice pics of the progress.

it should be completely done by the end of the week.

cheers.

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Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 23:28
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Post #34
cracking progress. you're going to be kicking yourself when you realise the Rallye stipes on the bonnet are upside down though. Previous owner did the same to mine when fitting new decals.
Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 23:31
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Post #35
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cracking progress. you're going to be kicking yourself when you realise the Rallye stipes on the bonnet are upside down though. Previous owner did the same to mine when fitting new decals.


thanks for thr comments.

i just realised that they are on diffarent to other rallyes but i think it looks ok like that it seems to follw the edge of the bonnet better.

i knew i should of checked a pic before i stuck them on doh!

if needs be ill just buy another bonnet decal and put it on how it should be.

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Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 23:36
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Post #36
Did you buy the decals off the seller on here? They good quality? I'm a bit cheesed that mine have been put on wonky and want to replace them.

A lot of time and money must be going into this one. I remember how it looked on Ebay.
Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 23:52
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Post #37
Just love the color, good work!

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Posted 6th Jun 2010 at 23:57
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Post #38
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Did you buy the decals off the seller on here? They good quality? I'm a bit cheesed that mine have been put on wonky and want to replace them.

A lot of time and money must be going into this one. I remember how it looked on Ebay.


yes i did get them from the seller on here but through ebay. they are good yes ive now bought 3 sets from him and they look lovely on the car.

yes i have spent quite abit on this and alot of man hours. but its worth every penny and every hour as it is starting to look very nice.

thanks again richard.

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Posted 7th Jun 2010 at 00:08
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Post #39
fripper wrote:
Just love the color, good work!


yer this is a lovely colour especially in the sun looks very bright red.

thanks for the comments.

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Posted 7th Jun 2010 at 00:10
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This is a fantastic transformation.
A real ugly duckling to swan story.
You are doing a great job.

What has happened to the front towing eye though?

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Posted 7th Jun 2010 at 01:59
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Post #41
tea boy wrote:
This is a fantastic transformation.
A real ugly duckling to swan story.
You are doing a great job.

What has happened to the front towing eye though?


thanks for the comments.

this is why i bought the car as i could see the potential she had to be a lovely rallye.

i think the previous owner must have cut the towing eye off for the bumper that was on there.

i have a new towing eye that is going to be welded back on.

thanks richard.

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Posted 7th Jun 2010 at 15:16
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UPDATE!!!

today i removed the inlet on my rallye to repaint it and upon doing this i found that the head has been fully ported and new valves fitted.

also to me the cams look like they have a regrind as they seem to come to more of a point than the standard camshaft.

i will measure them tomorow and see whats what with them. but either way the head has had quite abit of work done to it. the ports are quite abit bigger than standard.

quite a nice discovery im glad i decided to paint the inlet.

I THINK THIS WORK MAY HAVE BEEN DONE BY LAD

here are some pics:













i may have to take better pics as they seem abit naff quality.

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Posted 10th Jun 2010 at 23:18
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Post #43
some more pics of some shiny bits.

fairly new injectors i also repainted the fuel rail and the inlet manifold they have come up lovely. (cant wait to get them back on the car now)

tomorows job now.

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Posted 7th Jun 2010 at 21:05
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Post #44
here are a few more update pics of what ive done today.

inlet all built back up using nice new shiny bolts for everything





and the new lights arrived aswell:



the car is looking to nice for me to sell nowLOL she needs a high boost s/c on her.

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Posted 10th Jun 2010 at 23:16
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Coming on nicely, that engine shot is just absolute beauty!
Posted 11th Jun 2010 at 19:30
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Post #46
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Coming on nicely, that engine shot is just absolute beauty!


hi, yes the engine bay looks fairly nice now (still not finished though) ive put alot of work into this car and i think im going to keep her and s/c it.

thanks for the comment.

richard.

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Posted 15th Jun 2010 at 15:13
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You'd better lose the cams then if you are going to charge it. Wink

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Posted 15th Jun 2010 at 15:18
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They may be standard cams, the lairier they are the rounder nose on them for longer duration Wink

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Post #49
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They may be standard cams, the lairier they are the rounder nose on them for longer duration Wink


exactly my thoughts too Smile

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Posted 15th Jun 2010 at 16:06
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daveyboy wrote:
They may be standard cams, the lairier they are the rounder nose on them for longer duration Wink


Tbh after having a good look at them I'd say 99.9% they are standard, unmodified.

The lobes do look very close to the spray bars but the camshafts are definitly not aftermarket and for the reasons you have both said they do not look to be reground.

This car does look really good now, the pictures dont really do it justice. By the time Rich has finished with his cleaning Ocd it will be one of the best Rallyes out there

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