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PostPosted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 8:09 pm 
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Hello there everyone heres some pics of my recently purchased covin
1.6 cvh
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If anyones got a spare covin dash pm please :smt012

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 4:25 am 
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Congrats
That looks like a great car, happy building days ahead .

I have mixed feeling for the slope nose cars one day Ilove them then other days I think otherwise -----but surely a unique car to own---
This picture is hanging in my bar and Ilove it

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 10:36 am 
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Well done that man :smt012 That's great news and it's about time we had some flatnose models coming out of the woodwork :smt004
Are you keeping the CVH engine or changing it for a VW Air-Cooled ?

I can't help you with the dash but I've got a set of Covin front/rear seats in Grey and possibly a complete set of Black Porsche 911 door cards if your interested.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:51 am 
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:smt038 well done indeed looks great car, all the bits too, i do hope you keep the 935 look mate as there aint enough around. that will look sweet when done
re the engine choice if it runs use it untill you decide what else you would fitt. if anything at all. keep it simple and enjoy it mate. :smt012 :smt012 :smt012

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Spanners car from Scotland I assume:-
http://www.covin.co.uk/covinforum/viewt ... ght=#20758

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:24 pm 
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BARON wrote:
Congrats
That looks like a great car, happy building days ahead .

I have mixed feeling for the slope nose cars one day Ilove them then other days I think otherwise -----but surely a unique car to own---
This picture is hanging in my bar and Ilove it

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cheers baron


Iknow what you mean baron i was never keen on the flatnose but its growing on me its like marmite you either love em or hate em i think. :smt012

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KEITHC wrote:
Spanners car from Scotland I assume:-
http://www.covin.co.uk/covinforum/viewt ... ght=#20758


You assume correct keithc and it only took 13hrs of driving and a trailer that tried to kill me on the m6 by the hitch bolts coming loose! :lmao

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mmm how cheap are those seats Darren? :lmao

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mmm how cheap are those seats Darren? :lmao

Hmmm... :smt017 Bottle of Rum plus £150 and they're yours Chris :smt019

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Darren are the seats electric ones, if so any idea how they wire up. mine have a plug underneath with i think about 6 pins on. Just wondering for the future.

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Including postage Darren? :smt012
like them ! :smt001

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MARKSKEZ wrote:
Darren are the seats electric ones, if so any idea how they wire up. mine have a plug underneath with i think about 6 pins on. Just wondering for the future.

Mark
The Covin seats I have are just manual, not electric.
Electric seats are usually very easy to wire up. They normally only need a live and earth supply because all the switches are built into the seat. They might have a few extra wires on the plug for seat belt warning light or heaters etc but the basic electrical function of the seat should just require a power supply :smt012

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Including postage Darren? :smt012
like them ! :smt001

:smt003 Not quite, postage would be a bit extra. I'd guess it would be about £40 for postage/courier so if you want them I'll pay half the postage fee. How's that sound ?
PM me if interested so we don't hijack this thread :smt012

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