Ok so it turns out my Sigma needs the following to pass the safety inspection before I can get a club permit for it:
- Front left tie rod end (already have it, forgot to fit it when I was working on the front suspension, oops!).
- Two front tyres are getting low, already have a full spare set of wheels with good tyres, just have to swap them on!
- Left rear axle seal leaking, need to replace. Looks like it will be easy to do and the seals are readily available and are cheap.
Now I just have to find the time to do these things, then take the car back for final inspection and that's it! Oh and I also had the time to fit the following to the rear window:
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