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Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes
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Poster P Dron Offline
Posted 01/12/17 03:19 PM
Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes... a few hundred yards from the Paul Ricard circuit. My 4/4 is about to get the treatment from one of the best mechanics I have ever met.

In the far corner, Mr Laidlaw's M3W nears the completion of its rebuild. Interesting front tyres - not Blockleys but Excelsior.

RD Racing is always a fascinating place to visit. There were several other Morgans, among them a nice BRG Roadster... and no fewer than four ARP4s! The E-Type is an early 3.8.
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#486448 - 01/12/17 04:27 PM Re: Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes [Re: P Dron]
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Crickey ! Four hens teeth !
Geneva 2016 plus 8' The Green Godess' 4 side exits .

#486460 - 01/12/17 04:57 PM Re: Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes [Re: madmax]
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Originally Posted By madmax
Crickey ! Four hens teeth !


Or 8% of production..!!

#486484 - 01/12/17 06:21 PM Re: Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes [Re: P Dron]
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Registered: 18/06/15
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Loc: Tourtour, France and Lewes, UK
Delighted to see progress/near completion at last on my Three Wheeler. It has been close to 7 months out of action. Thanks for taking photos Peter. Really looking forward to driving it next year. I think it has always had the chassis crack since I have owned it (June 2015), so it will be interesting to see if other than the absence of the horrible cracking noise, I notice any difference with the Mk.2 chassis. I have also had the comfort steering kit fitted and a Centa compensator, plus a whole raft of other small improvements. I would think that RD Racing will have assembled it to considerably higher standards than Malvern (not difficult!)


#486543 - 01/12/17 09:20 PM Re: Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes [Re: P Dron]
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4 ARP4’s !!!

That’s just greedy
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#486544 - 01/12/17 09:33 PM Re: Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes [Re: P Dron]
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Or a wise investment.

#486815 - 03/12/17 10:01 AM Re: Yesterday at RD Racing, Signes [Re: P Dron]
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Originally Posted By P Dron
Or a wise investment.

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