I got this 1995 S1 106 Rallye for peanuts on Saturday 18th September 2004, and it has become the new toy!
Not as much trouble as I thought it would be. Got a bit of a rasp on it. :) And I broke my JCB jack. Rubbish. :(
Track day, 5pm, dodgy-sounding brakes, in the dark, changing brake pads, on a petrol station forecourt!Thanks to Dan the service station kid at the Laurels Service Station in Horncastle for taking flak from his boss for letting us fiddle about with my car on the forecourt! :-D
Wishbone brace and Magnex decat box.
16v conversion progress. It's starting to get stupid...
But I can't be arsed to fit those cams any more...
What do all these sensors do then?
Grp A engine mounts. ROCK hard!
My engine is still rubbish. Boo.
I hate my sodding manifold. Piece of shit.
In a bid to stop my Rallye handling like a bag of nails.
Fitting a FreePowr and upgrading engine bay earths.
I think I need to learn some photography skills.
Sodding bastard thing...
Some ways to lose some weight. Bonnet photos courtesy of Duncan Conway and Neil Summinkorother.
I'll have a "P" please Bob.
2000 miles on the road and 80 miles on an airfield is all it took before two of the tyres were dead.
Bigger 266mm 206 GTi brakes to go on eventually.
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