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  • Rubce
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    Yikes that must have a scary experience Dave

    Regards

    Bruce

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  • new to this
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    Originally posted by DJT View Post
    Windowlene wouldn't have been enough, Dave.....

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    a couple of tubs of body filler,cling film over windscreen good as new

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  • new to this
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    Originally posted by dasadrew View Post
    Looks pretty shattered to me Dave!

    Drew

    See your point now,my excuse being on iPad
    small picture

    Dave

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  • DJT
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    Originally posted by new to this View Post
    The windscreen area looks like it would have been the hardest part to repair,but at least the screen hadnt broke so cant be that much out of shape by the looks of it
    but the one you have now is a nice one
    Originally posted by dasadrew View Post
    Looks pretty shattered to me Dave!
    Windowlene wouldn't have been enough, Dave.....

    NSFScreen_outer.jpg

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  • dasadrew
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    Originally posted by new to this View Post
    .....but at least the screen hadnt broke....
    Looks pretty shattered to me Dave!

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  • new to this
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    Originally posted by DJT View Post
    Hi Keith,

    What isn’t visible in the above photo is the damaged side of the white one. I had a bad accident and, having spent years getting it up to a high standard, couldn’t face restoring it again. As it turned out, the Carmine Stag wasn’t in as good condition as I thought. Its restoration is shown in the new Restoration section under the title “And so it begins...”

    It would have been cheaper to repair the white one.

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    The windscreen area looks like it would have been the hardest part to repair,but at least the screen hadnt broke so cant be that much out of shape by the looks of it
    but the one you have now is a nice one

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  • DJT
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    Hi Keith,

    What isn’t visible in the above photo is the damaged side of the white one. I had a bad accident and, having spent years getting it up to a high standard, couldn’t face restoring it again. As it turned out, the Carmine Stag wasn’t in as good condition as I thought. Its restoration is shown in the new Restoration section under the title “And so it begins...”

    It would have been cheaper to repair the white one.

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    Last edited by DJT; 2 October 2017, 08:13.

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  • 72BLUE
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    Originally posted by DJT View Post
    ......This was taken during the changeover week in 2008.....
    What was the story behind selling the white one and buying the Carmine one?


    Cheers
    Keith

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  • dasadrew
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    Cool!

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  • DJT
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    A photo of my first Stag alongside my current one. This was taken during the changeover week in 2008 before the white Stag went to Northern Ireland. Coincidentally, I checked its MOT status today to find that it was last tested on 27th April this year in Doublebois, Liskeard, Cornwall so has now returned to the mainland and is less than 70 miles from where it lived for over 18 years.

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    Last edited by DJT; 1 October 2017, 18:57.
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