I think we need a thread like this to admire or scorn the creativity of the diverse community of P6 owners.
We could probably do a similar thread on P5's and P4's.... whats that did I hear a pin drop? though I have got to admit I have seen the odd P5 or 2 with some far out work done unto them...
What are the Rover part numbers for this part, this is for the oil light not the electric gauge unit. Mine is a 1974 9.25:1 engine.
Mine seems to be a non taper thread with a cooper washer for sealing.
Hi, went to start the car this morning after a long winter layup and have found that there is no oil pressure. I presume the best first plan of attack will be to take off the distributor and spin up the oil pump manually using an electric drill.
Does any one have a picture or dimensions of said...
What would you want it to have different from 1968? ABS, airbags, stability control...........be picky and detailed.
What's on your wish list and what would you expect to pay given that the P6B of the day was an executive car to rival jag at its best.
Have been doing a bit of googling on the net and it seems that there are now a number of after market stand alone auto box controllers which can be used on Toyota, GM, and Ford boxes.
Testing the Latest Transmission Controllers - Car Craft Magazine
Compushift Standalone Transmission Control...
Saw this and thought I would share
and of course it leads to thoughts if you can retrofit a German why not a Brit, Visions of an updated Gattaca? or maybe just a green light sleeper.
Would be really nice to see a thread on this, also some figures for economy and performance as well.
A few of the members on here are I know pursuing this, would be very good to get some progress reports.
Hi Just replacing my rear rubber mounts on my BW 65 box, Scotts have supplied the new mounts but they dont have the nuts on them, in conversation they said they require some modification to the mount to fit the replacements.
Any one know what nut size and thread type I require?
Last night, I went with some friends out to a new restaurant, and noticed that the waiter who took our order carried a spoon in his shirt pocket. It seemed a little strange. When the busboy brought our water and utensils, I noticed he also had a spoon in his shirt pocket. Then I looked around I...
To open a public / private utility called the:
" Goldfinger Pay As You Go Public Restrooms "
now is that not a great idea? your thoughts below :mrgreen:
and dont forget to flush when you leave :lol:
Well it is new year and so I need consider what needs to be put on this years project list for my car.
First up is to install an oil catch tank and then plumb the crank case gas from that receptical into the filter inlet, this will be followed up with a rolling road and and Carb setting as...
Just noticed at bed time a strong smell of petrol coming from the garage (internal access) a quick look underneath and I could see a steady stream of drips from the bell housing drivers side onto the garage floor :( . so pulled the reserve tap knob which has reduced the stream a little.