Classic Car Developments Chassis #3

Brian Stewart
First major trip (over 300 miles) to attend a track day. A few minor niggles (too much rear brake bias, an exhaust manifold leak, a tappet adjustment needed, leaks like a sieve in the rain), but generally happy with the way it went. Handles well, pulls like a train, and is surprisingly comfortable. Huge fun.
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Brian Stewart
Coming up for 2000 miles and dozens of little niggles rectified as they have cropped up. It is finally at the stage where I can take it for a drive and just park, close the garage door, and walk away, rather than thinking "I must look at/attend to X, Y or Z".

Sister-in-law's Suzuki Swift towering over the 40 in my brother's garage.

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Brian Stewart
Having resisted the temptation to take the 40 to the supermarket during lockdown I was keen to see if 7 weeks of inactivity had adversely affected the battery. Apparently not. After a few turns to get enough fuel through the system she was good to go.
 

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