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    Unabused for too long....

    It's a shameful admission, but following about 5 years' of sitting in the shed, I've dragged my old 350LC out, given it a wipe, then sent it off for a substantial tidy-up and engine rebuild. Looks like I'm going to need to have a few bits taken off for shot-blasting and re-painting / powder-coating (mainly sub-frame and swing arm, but the pain on the fuel tank has also 'blown'), so would be grateful for any recommendations in the Sussex / Kent / South-East region.

    Also, does anyone have experience of getting exhausts re-chromed? If so, I would welcome advice / comments on this.

    Thanks in advance for any pointers.
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    For the paint and re-furb look no further than Chris Tunner (Tunneruk on here)

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