Hi Mike, if the National Rally goes ahead Id be happy to pick them up from you! Ive just had mine blasted and working on painting them at the moment, but always good to have a spare or 2. I can probably bring you a series 11 wheel as a swap.
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- Sat Jan 18, 2020 10:24 pm
- Forum: Restoration Projects
- Topic: 1953 (March) Series II Restoration
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Was that the car that was on Ebay? It looked excellent and a great find! Avery early series 11 as weill, does it have the square axle? There is a Juy 53 4 door about a mile from me with only 14000 odd miles on it, its in fantastic orignal condtion. This one probably has the old MM type brake cylinde...
Back in the day when hand written log book changes were the norm it was ok to use the Irish number and this continued for many years. The Irish Government clamped down on numbers being sold when a Z only plate was sold for an extreme amount of money. Now if you have a car with an Irish number unless...
Some more progress lately, tipped on its side to scrape off some old body scutz that I dont like and also to sort out a few areas that needed some tidying up. Thankfully no rot! We also made some pressings in the floor as at some point its been fitted with a flat steel floor section which flexed ann...
To convert to the later cylinders you need a 7inch brake backing plate to mount them onto, here is the later parts as used in series 11 and 948 cc cars. https://www.morrisminorspares.com/brakes-c42/front-brakes-c44/brake-back-plate-reconditioned-7-front-r-h-p829425 They also sell a complete kit of n...
About the same time the body was altered for the new dash and grill the clutch pedal was moved to the outside of the chassis leg, rather than inside as on your older car. This isnt a structural panel so its fine to just cut out the necessary area to allow your clutch to work!
- Thu Sep 26, 2019 9:31 pm
- Forum: Mechanical
- Topic: Suddenly ....no clutch and no ability to get in any gear
- Replies: 22
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This happened to me on the way to the Centenary Rally at Cornbury Park. We managed to get all the necessary bits at the autojumble and change it in the campsite, even bought axle stands and big hammer! The broken bit of half shaft need quite a lot of hammering to get it out of the diff as it had twi...