Various mk1 & mk2 body panels

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Magic! The digit needs at least one rear wing, if not both.

What's the difference between a MK1 rear wing and a MK2 then? I thought there was no difference. Shame he hasn't got a MK2 OS rear wing too, as the DTR has a choffing nasty rust hole behind the filler flap.
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Wasn't aware there were any differences between Mk1 and Mk2?

If it helps you any mate, you can have the O/S wing thats coming off the valver, it's a bit cow shaped, but rot free..
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Mk2 rear wings flare out a bit more
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I thought the door shuts were different - thats why a Mk1 rear door will not fit a Mk2, but a Mk2 will go on a Mk 1.

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As ken said the Mk1 wings are flared out to accept the wider wheels.

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I've been educated so I have1
I know that Mk2 doors are different, but didn't realise the wings were too.
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The seller of these panels lives about 30 mins north of Newcastle, (just off the A1) and wants an absolute fortune for postage.

So... Does anyone live anywhere near there who would be able to pick them up for me, and possibly post them on for a sensible price? Given that the seller wants the best part of £40 for the postage, and I'm sure that both panels together would be about £8 to post, that's a rather large difference.
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Cant u use your own courier rather than his outlandish p&p prices?