Ian from Caterham arrived around 11am with his empty van, ready to take away my creation! He lowered the ramps, my dad and I pushed the car out of the garage, onto the road and then it was loaded.
|Ian preparing the car for loading into the Caterham van.|
|The car on the ramps going into the van.|
|Another angle of the car going into the van.|
|R500 in collection van ready for taking away!!!|
|Ian driving off with my car onboard.|
Some of the things that are on PBC list for Caterham to do include:
- Fit fuel pump (out of stock since early Jan) and hoses etc
- Boot floor and chassis member to be replaced as they have mistakenly drilled the holes through to accommodate the diff struts that aren't required.
- The passenger side lowered floor needs more silicone applying as you can see through to the road from inside the car.
- Fuse cover and 12v power needs fitting (they are out of stock of these)
- Complete radiator and heater plumbing (coolant bottle was out of stock so I couldn't complete)
- Replace at least one wheel as it is scratched
- Supply hub caps for wheels (out of stock)
- Supply and fit 620R seats (out of stock) - these have been a big thorn in my side, what with them being delivered with the car (with a different customers name and order number on the packaging), and then to be told I'd received 'pre production prototypes' which they needed back immediately, and in actual fact were collected within 6 hours of my kit being delivered. I wonder how quickly they would've picked them up if they were for a 'real customer'
- Replace mis coloured 620R harnesses (currently out of stock)
- The paint is incredibly soft, as though it hasn't had a lacquer / clear coat applied and this will be checked by the paint shop
|Caterham R500 finished and collected - garage now empty.|