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 Post subject: Two N600's!
PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 8:06 am 
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Hi, i am going to buy two n600's next week. One of the cars has no wheels on it, to get it home i must have something to roll it on so can anyone please tell me what size/pcd/offset wheels can i fit under the car?
If i know this i can get me some wheels to take with me when i go and pick up the two cars.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:29 am 

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Location: Essex, UK
They are 10*4.5" around ET45 with a 110mm pcd.

This PCD is almost impossible to find as it was only used on these early honda's plus early mazda's mk1 rx7 rims would go on to roll it but you may not get the tyres under the arches. as they are 145/80R10.

you could maybe get some scrap wheels off an old ford fiesta which is 108*4 and file the holes to allow you to move it about.

I have an N which i'm about to start restoring and 2 Z's and have had to buy wheels in from japan using the yahoo auctions site.

If each car still has its spare use those on the front and find a trolley with wheels to go under the rear beam axle as it is very light, should allow you to move it around and get it on a trailer.

If it has also lost its wheel nuts you'll need M10*1.5 nuts with a 60degree taper.

For info.

A lot of quad bikes also use 4*110pcd but the wheel nuts are generally M10*1.25 so the pitch is wrong.

Good luck, these are getting really hard to find in europe, keep us updated on your progress.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:33 am 
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Now thats a great piece of information, thank you very much.
If i get the cars in my garage ill take some pictures and post them here.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:01 am 
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Just got the paperwork for both cars, will go and pick them up this saturday!
Cant wait to have them in my garage and get them up and running again.

Speaking of running, they run on normal fuel? because of the 2 cilinder engines..

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yes pump gas is fine. cant wait to see some pics.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:30 am 
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:)
Picked up these two today,

The blue one, after some fiddling i drove it home for 150 kilometers without any problems.
The red/brown/grey/green one came with me on the cartransporter.
I got two spare engines with it.

Some quick on the way pictures:

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I am very happy with the couple, will clean them out next week, get them MOT'ed and get the blue one, wich is the best one all free from rust although it isnt that much.
Dont know what i will be doing with the other one, probably bolt it back together and sell it on so someone else can have one of these fine cars :)

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 4:53 am 

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They look pretty good Eric, I look forward to seeing them get restored to their former glory.

Neither appear to have much rust so they should turn out nice.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:12 am 
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wow. the blue one looks awesome!! and it drove home.. that's great!


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 7:30 am 
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Yes the blue one is teh best of the two as far as i can see now.
Took out all of the interior of the blue one today, floor seems pretty solid, that is a good thing.
Found some rustspots on the roof, underneath the chrome moulding on the side f the roof. looks fixable.

Still happy with it :)

Will have a closer look at the red one later this week, i think i will take best parts of both cars and make one for myself, and sell whats left over as a little project for someone else.

can i change the dashboard between the 68 and 70 one? the 70 has a much better looking dashboard.

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Movies from the first driva after being stored for 5 years and me and my friend Jasper reanimated her for 10 minutes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnhryGQKjJk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1Qh41EEbMU

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Congrats on your new purchase. Great to see they went to a good home. :tu:

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