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Old 04-28-2021, 11:56 PM
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Hi Glen,

Your build is really coming together nicely. Nice job with the dash layout, especially considering what you had to dodge and workaround behind the dash, well done.

I am sure you will figure out the door pockets, they are quite handy and well worth the effort.

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Old 04-29-2021, 03:04 AM
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Thanks Tim. Your comments are always most welcome
Probably not widely known, but I originally had an ERA FIA on order (back in 2011, I think), but had to relinquish my spot in the ERA queue because of extreme difficulties with importation of a car into Australia.
And thanks again Tim; your advice over many years, as well as a continuing supply of information from 'stateside' has been invaluable to say the very least.
There's a percentage of ERA "information" in my car, AP F289

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There is quite a gap to be filled between the door sill and the inner "wall" of the monocoque (can just see part of that gap on the left side), so I've started working on the car's door sill kick plates, and then those panels inside that mate up with the sill kick plates.

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