The Burlington Register
1968 2 Ltr Straight six. M.O.T. In use and garaged. Being replaced by a new venture. Lots of money spent having had a rebuilt gearbox, new gearlever linkage, Clutch assembly (inclusive of thrust bearing, fork, slave cylinder and pipe) stainless side exhaust, new alloy fuel tank, bucket seats, starter, headlamps, brake cylinders, shoes, Pads and discs, track rod ends, steering gaiters, points, plugs, condensor, leads, coil and distributor cap, battery leads, earth leads, lots of waterproof soldered connections, New alloy dashboard.
ALL ALLOY - NO PLASTIC OR FIBREGLASS USED ANYWHERE.
I bought the car two years ago. It had not had much in the way of care. It was a runner but needed a lot of sorting. I think the original enthusiasm had wained as there was no attention to detail or finish. It is now a very pretty car, much admired and most people think it is a 1930's car. Very reliable, good starter, lots of fun. Loves Dartmoor and the West Country.
THE CAR WAS FEATURED IN THE TSSC MONTHLY MAGAZINE.