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Latest New Sept 2015:
My Capri is still waiting to go in for additional body work repairs. Den who was due to do it was struck down with a virus and had some months of work. So he is horribly behind and I just have to be patient. It doesn’t matter cos the Capri has been running well all summer and been out most weekends. It always amazes me how many people come up to me these days and comment on how they used to have a Capri years ago and how they wished the still had it!
Apart from keeping her as tidy as possible I did get round to replacing the electric aerial which had packed in (again). This time I’ve splashed out a bit more money on a genuine German OEM one. Apart form looking a bit better put together I have to say that the operation is near silent. It is a job I hate doing as a lot of the dashboard has to come out yet again and messing about under the wing ain’t a lot of fun.
My other major break through recently was I managed to repair my broken radio knob from the period digital radio. As these often get broken and my repair seems really successful I have done a quick write up on how I did it! See here for full details.