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Old Today, 07:45 (Ref:3721358)   #1006
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Mike hope you dont need 4 of those plastic parts… Already sourced one supplier but may be available at some Peugeot dealer. Herlock Sholmes is working for you.
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Old Today, 09:20 (Ref:3721372)   #1007
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Mike hope you dont need 4 of those plastic parts… Already sourced one supplier but may be available at some Peugeot dealer. Herlock Sholmes is working for you.
You move fast Gerard! A the owner of the local Peugeot dealership lives near me but I have just seen him digging his garden.
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Old Today, 09:54 (Ref:3721378)   #1008
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You move fast Gerard!
That's exactly what a nice lady told me… once !

As to Mike's parts I learn at lot of things here. May be he could fin someone with a 3D machine. Or from the HTP thread he could buy a potato then cut it in two parts!
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Old Today, 10:10 (Ref:3721380)   #1009
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That's exactly what a nice lady told me… once !

As to Mike's parts I learn at lot of things here. May be he could fin someone with a 3D machine. Or from the HTP thread he could buy a potato then cut it in two parts!
Someone on here said they had bought a share in a 3D machine - was it Delta himself?
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Old Today, 10:35 (Ref:3721384)   #1010
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Cant answer the question. At Rétromobile an exhibitor proposed to copy large parts in 3D. But the asked price for a full size dashboard in several parts was between 4 and 6 K€ !! Worth if you restore a Ferrari or this kind of car. So the potato option sounds great and ecologically correct ………
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Old Today, 12:00 (Ref:3721396)   #1011
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I'm trying to think what Peugeot van would have been in production in 1989. We did not really see Peugeot vans in England at that time. Was there a Peugeot-badged version of the Talbot Express?
What about 305? I'm sure I've also seen the centres on later small (car derived) Peugeot vans......

As for throwing them away, I likely did that back in 1989, so my fault!
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What about 305? I'm sure I've also seen the centres on later small (car derived) Peugeot vans......

As for throwing them away, I likely did that back in 1989, so my fault!
Forgot about the 305, & of course there was a 205 van. I regularly see a high-top one locally. I'll check his wheel nuts next time!
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Someone on here said they had bought a share in a 3D machine - was it Delta himself?
Indeed it was.
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Pretty sure this is the one. Early Peugeot Partner van wheel centre cap . No more on the subject from me in case it drives bauble to desperate measures.....
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