Toucan's 1968 Isuzu Bellett
Posted 04 August 2008 - 03:25 PM
Got with it a huge amount of spares; doors, seats, trim, steering, suspension, wiring, virtually everything bar a shell, so if any bellett owners need parts let me know.
Short term plans are paint the steels in maybe a blueish grey, add whitewalls and enjoy cruising round in it. Long term plans... I havent thought that far!
I've just had to wire up the light for the oil pressure gauge, realigned a windscreen washer, replace a swaybar bush and tidy some loose wires but other than that it is perfect for a car of its age, stoked!
Posted 04 December 2008 - 11:44 AM
Bellett oil filters for future reference:
Ryco # R2211P
Baldwin # P174 - Listed for Massey Ferguson tractors and Lister air compressors!!
Fram # CH828PL1, CH820PL, CH7504
Nippon Micro # O-6718
Fleetguard # LF566
Sakura # O-1803
Wix # 51302
Napa # 1302
Vapormatic # vpd5001
donaldson toolbox link.
you nail the cross reference thing, then select a filter, and click equivalents. piece of piss
Posted 21 December 2008 - 10:45 AM
Posted 19 August 2010 - 04:37 PM
Chipped away some bog and primed + painted with spray can from supercheap in a sweet shade of Claret.
Rims back to black + added chrome trims. New tyres on front, matching rears to come.
Might do a roofrack, might do whitewalls, should go lower again.
Chasing up an oil filter and new engine mounts, also looking into refurbishing the brake master cylinder as brakes have gone a bit squishy.
Posted 25 June 2011 - 06:18 PM
Have new rear tyres. Modified a Chev Luv engine mount I got from the states. Got a new brake master cylinder and bypassed the remote booster as I was having a few brake issues, seems to be braking nicely again. Replaced a rack boot today, deleted the aerial as it was annoying me and also tried to improve the heater a bit to aid demisting.
Brake master, luckily it has similar dimensions to common trailer masters, just had to file the mounting holes a tad
Up on blocks while working on the brakes
Rack boot, second one that has split on me, I think it is hitting inner guard since I have lowered it, may give it a light grind to gain some clearance.
No more aerial, it had broken long ago an was jaggered and sharp an I nearly took my eye out too often, the world is a safer place now
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users