1972 innocenti T 1000

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colonel mustard
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Re: 1972 innocenti T 1000

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Hi Andy
Yes the roof will be repainted but for now it sits under a dust sheet to stop the cream seats clashing :shock:
Have not paid any attention to the engine and is sits under the work bench currently, covered in years of grit, grime and wood shavings! Will have a look early next year.
Not had much time recently and it’s been left with one last bolt to be installed on the rear sub frame, hopefully have a bit more time nearer Christmas!
Also started to strip radius arms down and other bits ready for painting.
The rear lights are hard to come by and the chrome inner paint was quite badly flaking. Managed to blow the chrome paint off and re-sprayed in a lexan paint. Result we’re not bad considering the plastic is showing a few stress marks. Also refurbished the wiper motor.
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A few more updated photographs
All glass now installed, with the exception of the front screen.
Chrome strip down run down the panels all lined through, re drilled and clipped on in place
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Looks fantastic! Do you have the steering wheel horn push for it, I think I have a few in the garage. Should it be the 'i' logo?
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Hi Andy
I think so, will have to check.
I am missing the side light / repeaters if you have any of those lying around!
Also on your innocenti with the rubber matts, how far did you go with the sound proofing under felt?
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I've no repeaters sorry. From what I remember I just put some felt into the recesses in the front footwells to bring the level back up and some behind the heater and inner wheel arches. Do you have the plastic strips that fix the rear rear floors for the seats to sit and run on?
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Do you have a picture of what the repeaters looks like?
Are they round or a different shape?
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Ahh just seen they are round on the front page.
So can’t help - sorry.
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Thanks both
Andy, yes I believe i have some black plastic skids, now I know what they are! :idea:
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