Hooray, my Morris passed it's mot this morning for the first time in two years or so. The mot man said it was a cracking little car & didn't even give any advisories.
I'm thrilled to bits & hopefully can get some miles under her belt now whilst doing some other tidying up jobs as we go along.
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- Thu Apr 21, 2016 1:49 pm
- Forum: Restoration Projects
- Topic: Edd's 1969 2 door. UHU62H
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It's a pity you don't know someone with a nice dry garage where you could store it for a while until you have the time/money/enthusiasm to carry on with it. It's always much harder to justify purchasing another one at a later date than it is to eventually finish one you already own ( I know from bit...
Excellent, no need to lift the flooring again then to touch the master cylinder. If I ever have to replace the master cylinder I'll probably do away with the remote reservoir, but I'll keep it until then. One more daft master cylinder related question if I may: When I was checking the fluid levels t...
Hi all. In the next few days I'll need to bleed my brakes. A previous owner has fitted a remote brake fluid reservoir under the bonnet. Obviously I don't have any instructions for this or even know what brand it is, when I bleed the brakes do I ignore the master cylinder now & just keep the remote r...