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Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G 
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Post Re: Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G
Thanks Neil thats the space I have to fit the whole rad inc brackets etc. assuming the pipes come out the back rather than the sides.
I did think the front mounted Mini one might be an option, I had a look at one at Mini Spares over the weekend but it's very small.


Tue Feb 19, 2019 5:03 pm
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Post Re: Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G
This is the one I used

https://imgur.com/a/GgCt1Pe


Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:59 pm
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Post Re: Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G
Thanks, did you go for the large or small version, there seems to be two types...? Do you have any photos of it fitted?

https://www.carcooling.co.uk/car-coolin ... ciento-98/


Wed Feb 20, 2019 10:01 am
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Part built GTM

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Post Re: Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G
I haven't posted an updated in ages so thought I'd best take some quick snaps over the weekend. Rad is in and we just need to finish the pipe work to the engine. Waiting on some fuel hose to plumb in the tank/pump then thats done. Exhaust mounted and pipes made/welded ready, just need to sort the tailpipe once the body is back on. Dash recovered and gauges connected. Need to make sure the dizzy is set right before dropping the engine back in, sort the clutch arm, rebuild the carbs then should be ready to turn the key!

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Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:04 pm
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Post Re: Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G
I'm loving this thread. I had to go right back to the start and re-read it all. Its a shame the early photos aren't showing now. The attention to detail and build quality look fantastic. This is going to be a really special car when its done.


Wed Apr 24, 2019 7:21 pm
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Part built GTM

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Location: West Yorkshire
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Post Re: Just bought 60s Cox GTM project NDB414G
Thanks, we are slowly getting there. Its the first kit car we've worked on and first restoration where we've had to make and find stuff rather than just adding to an internet basket. We are trying to keep it looking classic but keeping to some sort of budget using new modern parts here and there, like the rad. Some of the brackets we've made look a bit agricultural but thats all part of the charm I suppose and our learning curve as we go along.


Thu Apr 25, 2019 10:24 am
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