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3500S badge (3x) + Police spec spoilers

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by TyroleanRover, Apr 10, 2017.

  1. cobraboy

    cobraboy Well-Known Member

    These guys do our GRP bodies at work, they are reliable and friendly.
    If talks go well you could mail them the moulds and let them keep them, then you could call off a quantity of spoilers when you needed them.
  2. TyroleanRover

    TyroleanRover Active Member

    Sounds good.
    Let's see what the guy from classeparts answer. Otherwise if this doesn't work ... @quattro i would be interested if you plan to build some again. I would pay via bank transfer, not paypal ;):p

    By the way...
    i received postage from the UK....

    They need some colour refreshment, but i think they look fine.
  3. ButterFingers

    ButterFingers Active Member

    did anyone spot the grill behind the bottom valance in KLE860H in the picture?
    looks like a good idea.
    how and what is it?
    Peter the inquisitive......
  4. colnerov

    colnerov Well-Known Member

  5. ButterFingers

    ButterFingers Active Member

    anyone know how it is fixed behind the lower grill?
    I ask, because I have the lower valance/grill off the car at the moment , spraying it and knocking out several dents, it would be the ideal opportunity to make some modifications such as the s/s grill behind the front vents.
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2017
  6. PeterZRH

    PeterZRH Well-Known Member

    I'd guess it was drilled/screwed given the other mods and you wouldn't see the top behind the number plate but I don't know. You could also discretely wire-tie it to the existing grille in the lower valance (fishing line?).

    But these days I'd use that 2K bathroom putty that comes in a log and you mash it together and then sets, Holds 60kg/square cm it claims and you can cut it off and clean the residue if you wanted. I use a little of this on my stainless steel side trims in addition to the clips (many of which are missing).

    Doesn't need to stop an elephant, just hold it in place. I'm amazed at adhesives these days. My number plates are still stuck on with double-sided tape after 4 years. Remember how rubbish self-adhesive coat hooks were 20 years ago?
  7. ButterFingers

    ButterFingers Active Member

    How about getting them made in Carbon Fiber, the clever part is creating the shape in the first place, but there are some very clever people about these days, most drive a Rover , so I'm told :rolleyes:
  8. quattro

    quattro Well-Known Member

  9. PeterZRH

    PeterZRH Well-Known Member

    Damn fine stuff that. For older vehicles less drilling and rust traps.
    Last edited: Apr 29, 2017
  10. TyroleanRover

    TyroleanRover Active Member

    Dear guys,

    It took some weeks to keep things going with the spoilers.
    They guy from classparts has some health problems, but i managed to get myself a pair.

    He calls 175,60 GBP for a Set (2x Spoilers, 2x Bolt Kit, 2x Gaskets)

    If anyone is still interest,
    Give me a PM, i will forward you his contact data.
  11. Phil Robson

    Phil Robson Well-Known Member

    My previous 'S' was a December 1971 car & came with a 'relief' 3500S badge on the boot which I had no reason to suspect was not original. Probably like many things, surplus badges were used up on the earlier UK 'S'.
  12. clive P62

    clive P62 Active Member

    Hi Phil.
    Anything is possible with early cars I suppose it depends what was in the parts bin at that time
  13. TyroleanRover

    TyroleanRover Active Member

    First one finished.
    Recoloured, grinded and polished...
    Rudiger Wicke likes this.
  14. clive P62

    clive P62 Active Member

    Looks really great will look the biz when fitted
  15. TyroleanRover

    TyroleanRover Active Member

    I still search for police spec spoilers.
    ... if someone sells, please offer!

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