Probably should have started this before I started pulling it apart but here goes.
Bought it running and driving. engine seams good with good oil pressure and no nasty rattles.
Was planning on it been a quick couple bits of welding, change a couple of doors bit of paint and back on the road but...
Due to a lack of time, space and facilities to do welding I am looking for offers to recoup what it owes me for my 2000tc series 1
Cars located in Havant nr portsmouth Hampshire.
Photos can be found here.
Have flushed my fuel tank the best I can but still a little concerned about what may still be in tank as its not very easy to see.
I don't really want to cut into the fuel hose but can anyone see a reason why I cant fit an inline fuel filter in the line?
Will a diff from a series 2 2200sc auto fit a 2000tc manual.
I suspect its the extension tube was just wondering if the parts are interchangeable between series 1 and 2 and what would the ratio difference be
Am I right in thinking that the front calipers on a 1967 2000tc are different to 2200sc.
Only asking as have a pair of 2200sc already off the car to rebuild for my new 2000tc project.
Also are the rears all the same or should I just rebuild all the calipers on the tc.
Just posted in my projects page that due to the large amount of parts missing i'm now going to break my project p6 up.
Will be keeping a fair amount for when i purchase another but let me no if you require anything specific and if its a part i'm not keeping we can sort something out.
Picking up tomorrow so no photos yet but will ad some soon.
Went to view today and although the "white" outer panels dont look the best i found very little rot anywhere else.
Cover sills were off so that was good, and no rot there.
Shame the engine and box were gone as appears to be low mileage...
First off wasnt quite sure where to post this question
Off tomorrow to look at a 1974 2200tc rolling shell (i say shell, only engine and box missing)
Been led to believe it has little or no rot but was wondering if its viable to fit a v8 or am i better off sourcing a 4 cylinder as per original...
Havent actually bought a p6 yet but hopefully loking to get one over the next few months.
Hopefully a v8 that needs minor work as have done some full rebuilds in the past on fords and dont really want to go down that road again.
Have been looking on at some of the great projects on here...