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Old 16 Mar 2000, 21:14 (Ref:3179)   #1
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If you like special saloons and Mini's what about one of these.Coombe has a series with up to 1600 so fit a Honda V Tec at 170 bhp and 420kg thats a good start for a club racer and the Honda motors with box go for around £900 now that has to be cheap.These cars are light weight tubular spaceframe nickel bronze welded on a jig.most are for mini running gear or fabricated equivalent and have grp seven piece body.finished cars are 420KG with 1293 in.

<img src="http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~graham/Minifront_logo.jpg">

If you are interested check my site on how they are built www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~graham
or Email me at graham@globalnet.co.uk
cheers graham.


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Old 16 Mar 2000, 21:20 (Ref:3180)   #2
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OOps sorry didnt know about the HTML.I thought you could do it, I saw a picture on another thread.It would be handy if you could though.A picture paints a thousand words.diagrams drawings etc..
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Old 16 Mar 2000, 22:25 (Ref:3181)   #3
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Hi Graham!

So you're Mr De Looze!?

I carry a clipping from Miniworld in my wallet. It shows the red chopped Mini special; this is my all time dream car...

I also have a clipping entitled 'Mini's on De Looze' - these spaceframes hold a fascination for me, except I would want to run one on the road!!

I've visited the site you mention.
Is the Maguire Imp finished yet?
Do you have any info you could E-mail me about the spaceframe Minis?

Cheers!

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Old 16 Mar 2000, 22:49 (Ref:3182)   #4
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Hi fast reply.Those are recent pictures of the imp.Imformation is pictures only and its pretty much all on the site.I would concider a road version but it would be a different chassis looking more like the last KAD car but stiffer and probably cheaper if youre interested.Thanks for your interest.
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Very interesting webpage.

Please see my query in 'Castle Combe year guide' subject forum.

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Thanks for that site, but you should really be posting your web address in the Cool Sites forum.
But as it is relevent, i'll let it stand
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Mini's

Hi Graham are you still Doing the Mini's if so can you please give me a call
thanks Dave Kimberley
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