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anduril3019

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About anduril3019

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    Los Angeles
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    Locost build in process - Fauxtus 7

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  1. Most 7 drivers are a little dodgy, so, it sounds like a match made in heaven for someone.
  2. This looks interesting. Maybe a stage or two below the recent BAT project. https://cnj.craigslist.org/pts/d/frenchtown-1962-lotus/7389624914.html Could be a great project if the frame isn't too rusty. Looks like a lot of original (and non original) equipment that may be of interest to the authenticity discussion. Same seller also has an Elan and a Mini. https://cnj.craigslist.org/pts/d/frenchtown-1966-lotus-elan/7389645609.html https://cnj.craigslist.org/pts/d/frenchtown-1962-morris-mini/7389607684.html
  3. Awesome, that was fast! 1/2 way there. I'll message you.
  4. I'm looking for a Caterham type upper and lower steering column/shaft. Preferably straight, not concerned about condition otherwise. Thanks!
  5. I'm using bugeye lights on my Locost project. The bugeye units are Lucas L549 for the tail lights, and L594 for indicators. Bugeyes use the L594 on the front also. https://www.autoelectricsupplies.co.uk/product_list/71 I think the L551 is correct for the indicators, but I think the L594 (bugeye) looks better. I might use something like the L551 for a high center brake light. "Correct" can be somewhat subjective on a 7, and especially on a replica. Original tail lights had an angled plinth to fit the fender angle, depending on where you mount them on the fender
  6. Mind if I ask what you used for the red? The color looks great!
  7. Hi Jason, I'm in Los Angeles and could put these and the spacers to good use. I sent you a direct message also. Thanks!
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