igor

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  1. Cinderella has gone to the ball. So many old cars out tonight and perfect weather too unlike last year when it pissed down all night. No decent pics cos night time.
  2. That's a point. Not sure that any of the seven BMC cars I've owned over the years still had engine numbers.
  3. That'd be wonderful. Please do that.
  4. Used that last year but she reckons it's not cool enough this year. Also the tricorne hat with feathers on is unfortunately too tall to wear while driving a modern(ish) car.
  5. Hi Guys. My daughter and her friend are looking for a cool car for the school ball this coming Friday night. The car they thought they were going to use is no longer available. Short notice I know but anyone got any thoughts? Thanks in advance. Kerry.
  6. Would it need a cert for 948 to 1098 swap given that the two look alike enough for it to not be noticed at wof time and the horsepower difference is probably bugger all?
  7. ...or perhaps a length of chain? Might be easier to get back out again.
  8. What's the difference apart from one is American speak and the other is English?
  9. Equally no-one will be able to prove that it is stolen.
  10. Would he be keen to take it to Hanmeet?
  11. igor

    Diffs

    Just from memory I'd say you're probably right. Solid rear and vented front. Pretty sure that's what my ones have anyway.
  12. Have one for me too. I'm still at work.
  13. You've made the right decision. Wonderful news that the repair panels needed are available.
  14. So make him an offer for it @kiwi808.
  15. How many of those 500,000 are in New Zealand though?
  16. Someone please save the lovely Agnetha. Such a rare beauty should never become a paddock sacrifice.
  17. You must be an absolute wizard at rust work. You've done bloody well to save that thing.
  18. Because they're not working as hard?
  19. SU carbs are brilliant because they are so simple. In 36 years of BMC ownership the only issue I've had with them is the piston getting stuck either fully or partly down resulting in not starting in the former case and only running slowly in the latter. Loving the way this project just keeps developing by the way.
  20. I had the misfortune to drive a colleague's automatic Bighorn from somewhere north of Bulls to Tauranga one night. It was a truly horrid car. The automatic kept changing gears at inappropriate times. Being raised a bit on huge mud tyres probably didn't help in that respect.