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  1. Guys, I have scanned this book (330 pages) at my work and run OCR over it and added a menu on the side. Might be handy if you have this engine. I am also looking for an electrical forklift motor> I want to convert my 1958 Simca to a EV. If anybody know one. The internet says it should be a series wound DC electric motor. Link to 7zip file: Or link to PDF file:
  2. Thanks guys, a colleague got the pin out with a punch and a hard bang. The shaft on the top is worn 0.1mm as well. The guy on my work will have a look in his shed, he maybe has a spare one.
  3. Hi guys, I am refurbishing the distributor from my sons 1988 ke70. Does anybody know how to remove the sprocket on the bottom of this distributor? It looks like it is hold by a pin with the sides hammered. The shaft has 1mm play on the top, and the car is losing all its power in high ref. I saw on fleebay chinese distributors for $87. is that something?
  4. Uh, yeah discussion. I had to sell all my Simcas in Holland, that was a bit of a bummer. The cars which I had at that time were a 1960 Simca Aronde Oceane (convertible), a 1960 Simca Aronde Artisinale (station wagon, cheapest model at that time) 1975 Simca 1501 station wagon and my daily car was a 1988 Celica Cabriolet (convertible) The Celica was one of the nicest cars I ever have had Pictures of the Celica I made for the Dutch TM > Pictures of the Simca I made for the Dutch TM >