I had not used it for 6 months and fancied building a race car to compete in the Tin Tops or similar. So randomly someone offered to buy it minus the box and Aps so I flogged it. Bloody regret it now but hey ho. Now one thing to remember throughout all this is - the aim is to go out and have fun and a laugh! I always fancied doing a 306 next and I soon spied a potential shell which had the cage I wanted. So take one abandoned project
Midlifes Rallye Build Thread
It took some time to get hold of Wayne and once I did things went quiet. However once he realised and accepted his baby was going we arranged to meet up so I could take a look around it. The car had been off the road some time and stored in a damp barn. It was basically a shell with panels and a cage. I loaded the car up with a rear beam, front suspension and a set of wheels and headed over to meet Wayne. Given I was only going to view it I think it came as a surprise when I turned up with all the gear to get the car rolling. I had a good look around and it became apparent the damp conditions had not helped and most of the underside and rubbed back engine bay and arches had suffered. A deal was struck, collection arranged for the following Saturday and we set about bolting up all the bits to get the car rolling.
The following Saturday I met Wayne up at the farm and we loaded the car up with loads of bits and got it off the ramp and pushed it outside. Al soon turned up with his transporter and we soon had it loaded up and set off to make the hour journey back to my gaff. The other Rallye is my road car with 208k on the clock.
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