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    #16
    Originally posted by PJB View Post
    I think you can pretty much strip all that stuff off. The workshop manuals should show the various versions. Taylor Automotive in Newmarket know their stuff now Morris Turner has moved on.
    Hi PJB - would you have any knowledge or experience of firms that would be worth contacting regarding my panel & paint work? I have been talking to a couple out of town (Hamilton & Katikati); the one Auckland firm I contacted didn't respond. Thanks.

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      #17
      Hi - CPR in Silverdale, Matt Brooks. cheers Julian

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        #18
        Originally posted by JeffW View Post
        Hi Dave

        Welcome back to Stag ownership! I hope you enjoy your new acquisition and get it back to its original glory.

        I have no idea about the re-routing of your cooling system. Someone will be along with an answer I am sure.

        My car is a 1976 and was an Australian spec car destined to be exported to Oz, but it never left the UK so I had all the smog equipment on it when I got it. I can tell you that local experts in Faversham (Faversham Classics) simply removed the entire system, allowing the engine to run much better. No issues with running whatsoever.

        Hope this helps!

        Jeff
        Hi Jeff,

        Do you know what Faversham did about the additional stub on top of the fuel tank, adjacent to the breather pipe, which connects to the expansion tank and then on to the adsorption canister up front? Withe the ELC piping removed this will be left open - guess it could just be blocked off somehow? Cheers - Dave

        Gas tank.JPG

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          #19
          Hi Dave

          I am not sure! Will take a photo tomorrow and show you.

          Jeff

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            #20
            Thanks Jeff - that would be much appreciated.

            Dave

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              #21
              Hi Dave

              You guess correctly - just blanked off with a bit of tube and a bolt. See attached photo.

              Let me know if you have any other queries!

              Jeff

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                #22
                A sophisticated approach to the matter... . Looks like nothing to get excited about then!

                Thanks for this, and for the offer of further help - owning an Aus-spec. car you'll end up being my go-to guy for some of these questions!

                Cheers - Dave.

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by Davo1805NZ View Post
                  A sophisticated approach to the matter... . Looks like nothing to get excited about then!

                  Thanks for this, and for the offer of further help - owning an Aus-spec. car you'll end up being my go-to guy for some of these questions!

                  Cheers - Dave.
                  My pleasure!

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