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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Zapoy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Apr 2017 at 5:33pm
Soon we will begin shipping, well, I'm on my next day off decided to walk to the river to see how it is there. The city of Perm is the Kama River, the distance to the river from my house is 6km. The level of water has been decently reduced, the remains of the sawn vessels still seen in the USSR are seen.






And this is from last year's photo-hunting. This year I will try to hunt, if possible. Sometimes, driving through the bridge from work. Have to quickly leave the car somewhere and run back to the bridge to take a picture of a Nybudt motor ship.



Well, today's state of the car. To wash while I am not going to roads dirty.




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I have not been here for a long time. In the car, during this time, there have been some changes.
1. Instead of a mechanical gearbox from 1.6, a gearbox similar to 1.8 is installed. The gearbox is definitely not from Primera, it came without replacing the flywheel, drives. Changed only internal driveshaft. Also finalized the thrust of the gear shift in the native wings.
2. Found, finalized, and installed radiator grilles from the SR20 version.
3. The front right seat, passenger, in my configuration did not have adjustments for the cushion angle. At an autodismantling I bought a used seat. From it I took only a slide with a frame under the seat cushion. In his seat cushion cut out 2 holes for the adjustment knobs. Rearranged the entire back of the seat. It turned out, I think, fine.
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1.Also finalized the thrust of the gear shift.
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- An ear which is not used was cut off from factory lattices.

- Soldered it to the grill SR20.

- Cut off all the latches. They do not fit from Japanese to European bumpers. Drilled holes. Now the grids are mounted on self-tapping screws. Mount turned out better than the factory. The grilles are not loose and have a degree of adjustment.


Here is the result.
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-  The sled is identical, only there are no mechanisms for adjusting the cushion. We fix this thing.


- Factory on the left. My seat cushion is on the right. Before and after. Cut with a knife, fused the edges with a soldering iron.


-  Putting it all together. Well, the final result.




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Now in this new 2020 you have to fit the lumbar support too!
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Originally posted by schwen schwen wrote:



Now in this new 2020 you have to fit the lumbar support too!

Lumbar support is initially on both seats.
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From unpleasant. There was an accident at the end of 2018. I was innocent. I drove along the main road. A car flew across. The speed was about 30-20 km / h. I managed to put the car at an angle to the culprit of the accident. From the damage, my left main headlight burst. The glass remained intact, the reflector and the housing burst. One of the grille fasteners broke, the bumper shifted a little. In 2 places, he burst slightly. The headlight washer and its cover broke. Broke off the mounts of the left fog headlamp. I changed only the left headlight to the used one. Polished her glass. Replaced the headlight washer and its cover. The rest is soldered. Separated with the culprit on the spot for monetary compensation. He has dents on the front right wing, the right front doors, and the molding is broken.

 






The car was needed urgently and in good condition. There was a trip for 1000 km. Therefore, it was restored to the minimum. Completely completed in the summer of 2019. True, the bumper has not been painted for good. But it is plastic, which means it does not rust.






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hello and welcome to npoc, nice looking P12, and some cool work to get the grilles to fit, they look very nice
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Hi Sergey. Welcome back.  Handshake  
Great work by you as usual and good to see you keeping your car running. Thumbs Up
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Thanks for the nice words. 

But in such places have to call often. But it’s still easy. The soil is hard and little snow.



Dirt is normal. Therefore, a car is rarely clean. Today took a walk of 280 km. Visited Belogorsky monastery, 






the city of Kungur.


The car after this trip looked like this. And now it’s much dirtier.


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