Thanks for posting the pics - it looks very good !
Thanks to Willie for doing such a good job on Nick's but now you know where everything goes hopefully mine will be a lot easier !
The cages were bought as a giant meccano set, with a DVD of how to fit them / put them together. Unfortunately ICR told me that the DVD didn't match up to the kit that was bought so probably just ended up confusing things !
Charlie, I hear the dashboard had to be cut in two to get it back in ?
STs should be reasonably cost effective... Initial capital cost might be higher but I can't see that the actual running costs would be a huge amount more than an XR2... Ford bits are relatively good value for money and as tough as old boots and the chances of destroying an engine are low given it's got things like rev limiters. Also I would assume Ford have come up with a decent design back axle now that will better survive the curbs.. All these things help..
On the other hand bits for Caterhams are very expensive... Who was it that ran into the tyre wall just before the hairpin last year? Seem to remember thinking at the time that the cost of the bits to replace his front left hand suspension assembly was darn nearly as much we'd spent all year on damage to Andrew's car... Ouch !!