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#556434 - 28/01/19 07:20 PM Series One 4/4 parts
Colin Bray Offline
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Registered: 21/03/12
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Loc: Toronto, Canada
Having just almost finished my 1937 Series One I have a few parts I am thinking of selling.

1. Coventry Climax engine block - disassembled. There is the usual crack in the block between cylinders 2 and 3. There was a plate over the crack when I bought the engine. Many Coventry Climax engines have this as the water coolant isn't under pressure.

2. Coventry Climax head in good shape - disassembled. I am considering keeping this for the moment but may be persuaded......

3. Bell-housing to connect a Ford E93A or similar Ford engine to a Meadows box for a Morgan. When I bought the car it had a FordE93A engine. I suspect this was also used on the F-type Morgans.

The parts are all here in Ontario, Canada.

#558114 - 05/02/19 07:21 PM Re: Series One 4/4 parts [Re: Colin Bray]
FogTen Offline
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Hey Colin, still interested in the block per our emails back before Christmas. Hope all's well. Cheers, James.


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