Archive for month: October, 2013
i am restoring a 1959 406 and need the following, some of them urgently to help progress
front bumper bolts x 2
drivers side front bumper dumb iron
hub caps with mounting boss and caps
windscreen chrome surrounds for both front and back
let me know what else you may have
This years AGM was held in Gloucester. The weekend started with a trip to the Gloucester waterways museum. The picture below shows six of the 10 cars on display outside the museum, drawing considerable interest from locals and tourists alike.
Members were treated to a cruise down the Gloucester canal, followed by a tour of the museum.
The throng eventually moved on to the Cheltenham Chase Hotel where good company, good food and the odd tipple ensued.
On Sunday we held our second AGM after a good nights sleep and a full English. Minutes of the meeting will be posted on this site shortly. In the meantime is is suffice to say that the mood was very positive, sound progress having been made to grow the membership and expand the services of the club.
A big thank you must go out to Gale Barton for arranging this event so brilliantly.
The club forum has now been enhanced.
You can now see which topics you have read and can mark favourite topics as “liked”. The forum also shows most recent topics and replies, has a search facility and even some forum statistics.
I hope you find the additions useful.
Need new main bearings – 0.010 . Any suggestions on suppliers? Standard and 0.020 seem to be obtainable but not 0.010 .
Also a replacement /new camshaft required for same engine.
BODA are pleased to announce that you can now join the club or renew your membership online. Simply navigate to the membership form held within the membership section and fill it in.
In addition you can now select the option to pay online at the same time. You can pay by debit card, credit card or Paypal. Simply make your selection when completing the form.
Don’t worry, we still accept cheques and postal membership applications/ renewals if you prefer a more traditional approach.