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Modified over 2 years ago
Bits and pieces – new oil seal
Engine hoist from Bayfield Garage
Tie the driveshaft to keep it in place
Grease the splines
#9 on the hook – hoisting the engine to set it in place
Meant for a Chevrolet V8 I’d say
Right driveshaft assembled and ready to install, the motor is mounted to the frame
See – it’s in.
View from the rear, right driveshaft still to be installed
Clean the ends and mount the ground strap
Under the lights
Right driveshaft – wedge in the mozzetto to allow it to move up and down the shaft
You’ll need a small light to be able to see to line up the grooves in the crankcase where the driveshaft goes in
A flexible light for dark spaces
Return the hoist to the Bayfield Garage
Right driveshaft installed – a lot of groaning and grunting while you lie on your back
Cables and wires to be installed next
Sunshine in the door
Original cappuccio’s ( rubber bellows over the shifter cables)
Ready to fill with 900ml of SAE 30 oil
Reverse cable and clutch cable installed
Hook up the gear change linkage
Original distributor – new parts
New points.15-.18 gap and new condensor – use a screwdriver with a magnetic end
Insert a rod to set TDC – through the two holes and into a groove in the pulley
Install the coil and coil wires – the black is the negative
Install the distributor so the points are almost opening at TDC – final adjustment can be made with the slide
Main cable to the dynastarter had worn through the casing exposing a copper wire which would ground out if it touched metal – electricians tape fixes that
Coil to spark plug wire
Plastic sleeves over the wire clamps protect the wiring, clean them prior to installation
They’ll look like new
Wire holder sheaths installed to protect the wiring
Cable ends going to the dynastarter are dirty and corroded so file them clean before installation.
Nice and shiny and ready to install
Dynastarter wires installed and tucked into their protected holders
Motor number located on the clutch housing.
Starter solenoid, positive battery cable removed.
Sandblasted, repainted fender brackets. Mudflaps and rubber buttons to attach them.
Put a drop of oil inside the wire holder caps – stops rust.
Vent window installed. Install door frame side latch.
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