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27th October 2002


original inlet manifold and airbox system
original exhaust manifold
original cylinder head
new rear wing, genuine Lancia panel (have to check which side)
original steering wheel
period Momo steering wheel

Headlamps - several pairs in OK condition

posted by Andrew on 21:33 - 27/10/02

27th October 2002

Wet and windy today... 80mph gales :-o

Have found another Montecarlo brochure - the left one is for the S1 car, the right is for the S2 car. These are not the only brochures issued by Lancia for the Montecarlo.

Montecarlo S1 Brochure Montecarlo S2 Brochure

posted by Andrew on 21:33 - 27/10/02

5th - 18th October 2002

Work has been given a lower priority as rehearsals for the Rackheath Players next production took priority.

The former owner sent a batch of papers and photographs to embellish the history files, including some tranparancies of the magazine article photographs which I am having converted into prints.

I have contacted Fast Car magazine in order to see if I could get duplicates of the Montecarlo Italian Intermarque challenge project
posted by Andrew on 19:11 - 18/10/02

5th October 2002

Plan for today was to strip the drivers footwell. Rather than doing this, stripped the passenger side of the rear bulkhead, and the top of the centre console and passenger side sill. Sanded down the Dinitrol rust converter to provide a key, then primed in Corroless and the right hand side of the front body compartment

Started on the rear left hand side of the engine compartment before it started to rain heavily. Managed to get some Dinitrol on it before the heavens opened!

posted by Andrew on 19:35 - 01/10/02

1st October 2002

Removed old MOMO wheel and boss. Beadblasted boss ready for refinishing in black wrinkle finish paint. Here is the new wheel - I will be using it with a Snap-Off quick release adaptor for added security and a proper "race car" feel!

posted by Andrew on 19:35 - 01/10/02


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