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The Miura project begins by Archie
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Report this Post01-24-2008 07:45 AM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Yes it's the original windshield, it came from Houston.

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Hey Archie....sorry if I missed this being posted earlier, but is that an original windshield? Or what does it come from?
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Report this Post01-31-2008 11:55 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ArchieClick Here to visit Archie's HomePageClick Here to Email ArchieSend a Private Message to ArchieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Fitting the windshield today.

It was pretty close but didn't fit the opening in the fiberglass perfectly so we had to modify the opening a bit.









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Hey Archie,

I love it so far maybe this will be my '09-'10 project. Please keep it going.

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Those last pics aren't working for me. Anyone else having a problem?

EDIT: As soon as I posted this they started working. Sorry. Very nice.

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A little late on this report. The week before last we finished much of the steel work under the nose. We also hinged the front clip & built the radiator mounting.

If you look back at some of the early body pictures, you'll see that the grill opening in the nose was out of shape. Because we were needing to mount some steel in the nose to mount the hinges to, we also had to reshape the grill opening to the proper shape.

Here's some pics.......













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And you guys do work like this with two left hands! Want to hire a guy with ten thumbs?
The new sig is nice!

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A little update.....

We put the lowering spindles on the front end to bring it down to about where it will be when we're done.

The rear will come down about 1.5 to 2" when we put the complete driveline in.









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We're trying to get all the steel work done so we can send the chassis out to be powdercoated.

Hinging the rear clip......















We're working on the door hinges now.

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Excellent work - great thread.

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i love that car!

(quick question is map quest right when it says 1houre 38mins from chicago to your place?)
mapquest never seems to work well for me.

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It looks happy

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i love that car!

(quick question is map quest right when it says 1houre 38mins from chicago to your place?)
mapquest never seems to work well for me.


That's about right.

Please note that Mapquest puts the "STAR" 3 blocks North of where we are actually located. So figure on going 3 blocks South of that star.

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That's about right.

Please note that Mapquest puts the "STAR" 3 blocks North of where we are actually located. So figure on going 3 blocks South of that star.

Archie


thanks archie i will be in chicago the end of this month, and i might stop by and pick up some of your rockers.

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thanks archie i will be in chicago the end of this month, and i might stop by and pick up some of your rockers.



Give me a call 2 days before you come & we'll get you hooked up.

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Help us out guys.

We are gathering parts for the interior of this car & we're looking for some seats.

The real seats, even if you could find them, are very likely wayyyy too expensive.

I know a lot of you guys out there have of have had various sports cars.

We're looking for seats that look as close to the real thing as we can find.

Below are a few pics of Miura seats.

Does anyone know of seats from another car that look the same or similar?








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We're looking for seats that look as close to the real thing as we can find.

Does anyone know of seats from another car that look the same or similar?



I've never seen production seats like that, but it looks like a pretty basic seat. I wouldn't think it would be too difficult to form up a seat pan and send it to wherever is doing the upholstery.

If I were doing it, (which I realize I'm not) I would probably form the seating shape with some sheetmetal, then weld reinforcing to the back side (as necessary, including some round tube/stock around the perimeter to keep the leather from ripping) and a frame to the bottom to connect it to whatever type of adjuster/riser you plan on using. The fact that it is a non-reclining seat would make it easier, so you don't have to track down similar recliners. Also by making it on site you would be sure the seat fits the "new" car while maintaining the look of the original.

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Porsche 914 seats

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...dZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW

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Originally posted by Archie:

Help us out guys.

We are gathering parts for the interior of this car & we're looking for some seats.

The real seats, even if you could find them, are very likely wayyyy too expensive.

I know a lot of you guys out there have of have had various sports cars.

We're looking for seats that look as close to the real thing as we can find.

Below are a few pics of Miura seats.

Does anyone know of seats from another car that look the same or similar?

Thanks

Archie



Early Lotus Esprit is the closest thing I can think of. Especially being that narrow. If I think of anything else...

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http://www.jegs.com/i/JAZ/5...0002/-1/762895|10509

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Seats from an Esprit S1 would be perfect.
Best pic I could find...



I'll hop on LEW and see if I can find some...

BTW, this is a f^&king AWESOME project, and if it weren't for the "lottery winner" windshield, I'd be commissioning one of my own - today!!

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Here are some Esprit V8 seats, slightly different style, and likely WAY too expensive...
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...dZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V

He also has Elan seats...
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...2QQitemZ220120306227

I also emailed him re: early Esprit seats...

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Thanks for all the nice comments.

A little update.

In an effort to get all the welding & fitting done before we send the chassis out for powdercoating, we got the new LS3 engine in this week.

We'll be fitting this engine into the car & finishing up the overall welding on the chassis. Then we'll blow it apart, store the engine until we need to reinstall it, & get the chassis out to the powdercoater.







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430 hp pushrod 2v sbc street motor .. amazing

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Fantastic project, will definitely keep checking back, can't wait to see it completed

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Originally posted by Archie:

Help us out guys.

We are gathering parts for the interior of this car & we're looking for some seats.

The real seats, even if you could find them, are very likely wayyyy too expensive.

I know a lot of you guys out there have of have had various sports cars.

We're looking for seats that look as close to the real thing as we can find.

Below are a few pics of Miura seats.

Does anyone know of seats from another car that look the same or similar?








Thanks

Archie



the only seats that I now of that where close to these where the EMPI dune buggy seat fiberglass shells that you can upolster to match

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What I want to know is, when does the "begins" part end and the "continues" part begin?

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http://www.cip1.ca/ProductD...ode=ACC%2DC10%2D2290

Archie here is the link to the seats I mentioned and they are still avalable

here is the pics and measurements

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Thanks for the info, We'll do some measuring Monday.

Archie

 
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http://www.cip1.ca/ProductD...ode=ACC%2DC10%2D2290

Archie here is the link to the seats I mentioned and they are still avalable

here is the pics and measurements




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Thanks for the info, We'll do some measuring Monday.

Archie



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Archie he is a link you may want to see

http://www.lambomiura.com/lambomiura.htm

you may get some good info here

http://www.stanford.edu/~dtscott/log1.html

http://www.joesackey.com/Galleria/

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The real icing on the cake would be original wheels. They were knock-off magnesium Campagnolos, but repro aluminum copies are now available in Britain. The spline drive is the standard size used on many British cars and adaptors are available to take them.

Here's a pic of the wheels on my old Lambo.

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we need an update here please

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Archie, get porsche 914 seats!!! they are nearly identical!

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Found a good link for type seat at Summit Racing
http://store.summitracing.c...05516+115+4294908349

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Archie, get porsche 914 seats!!! they are nearly identical!


Looks Good - 1970 porsche 914



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But if you do get 914 seats you will need 2 driver seats. The passenger has a big center firewall pad attached to it.

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What you are looking for, are Replica seats from a 1965 Shebly Cobra.

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Finally back on this project.

Working to get all the welding done before sending the chassis & other parts out for Powdercoating.

So we need to trial fit the engine so we can finalize the engine cradle & engine compartment.





We will be using a 6 speed transmission on the LS3 engine.







Fitting it to the cradle...



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