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Those are pneumatic vacuum lines to the headlights' level adjustment, I think.
You sure your meter is OK, as those are both unusually low voltage measurements?
Interested. Photo 7 is very nice.
I live near Chigwell, so it'd need some further pimping.
Emailed you, Abb.
No and yes, I think.
They're separate to the gearbox. There are places that recon. them, so it's not as bad as he might think.
Obvs. labour is quite a bit, as the 'box...
One of Prince Andrew's business leads?
I've never heard of them before.
ECP sell 'all kinds of stuff', like Circoli thermostats o_O.
I like to use MANN filters which match the MB OEM...
If anyone would like photos of the front wings, PM me your email and I'll send them to you.
Great photo, as usual.
I recall an Epic scrapyard I used to see as a child in the 70s, when travelling to Lancs from down South.
I've got a good used one spare, plus a used sump pan, new filter, pilot bush connector, sump gasket and 6 x 1L bottles of MB ATF 134.
Thanks Abb, happy to have helped you out. Look forward to the big reveal!
This car was originally bought for a project that's very probably dead...
Great motors. But they're just too much work to keep reliable at this age, IME.
Unless you want to be either spending out every month, or doing...
Who remembers James Hunt's favourite car?
In 1989, my Italian POS was, again, broken. I needed a car at short notice, so borrowed a friend's.
Saw that 2 weeks ago, it made about £500.
Until the non-runner / stupid bidder / it's not local factors creep in.
The sprockets look buggered to me, as they look well 'shark toothed'.
That dark residue abounding also tells a tale of the likely causation.
Interesting to know, SG. I have found myself watching his great examples on Ebay for a good few years now.
I assumed he must work at a dealership...
Indies charge about £200 for the job and a good one will drain the lot.
DIY is half that. Easy job, access aside.
Pan bolts rarely shear, IME....