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mepilotunot Gold Member Aaron Perry
18411, USA   USA
Started a thread but for those that follow this one. Here is a pic of the 76

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Doug in Vegas Douglas D
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA   USA
Make sure you remove that radius rod first.

gtspit Ed B
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
In reply to # 1501763 by Doug in Vegas Make sure you remove that radius rod first.

At least, tie it up somehow so's not to lose it etc. Or worse, damage the mount area.
Also, maybe I'm wrong, but it looks like the axle is hang'n, which tells me of an existing diff. Can't see the ends of a leaf spring... I have a Rimmer Bros. leaf I rebuilt with nylon buttons & new outer bushed bearings if you need...
smileys with beer
Ed.

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mepilotunot Gold Member Aaron Perry
18411, USA   USA
I am not sure if the diff is there or not. I know the leaf spring is not. I am going back up wed to grab another load . This next load is mostly new hoods and replacements panels, deck lids, couple doors. Might need that spring pack, I will let you know Ed. Thanks

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Rburgess Randy Burgess
Fresno, CA, USA   USA
Amazing! This should have been covered in some kind of reality TV show! I know I would watch!

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mepilotunot Gold Member Aaron Perry
18411, USA   USA
Found lots of gaskets


About 25 head gaskets ....uk made stuff. 1300 and 1500



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mepilotunot Gold Member Aaron Perry
18411, USA   USA
Check out the original uk hepolites. .40 over



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corvus13 Jonathan Green
Bremerton, Washington, USA   USA
I know its probably been said before, but...

If you want to sell those taillights in the photo (I assume they are NOS), I'm an interested party.

Later
Jonathan

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scardini1 Gold Member Jim Moscardini
Great Mills, MD, USA   USA
1968 Triumph GT6 "Rocinante"
2003 Jaguar XKR "Kitty"
Jonathan: If you might also be interested in a used set. I believe the set I have stored is in pretty good (possibly VERY good) shape. If interested, let me know, and go find them and take a look.

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Trenton, New Jersey, USA   USA
You can really rip someone on those TR4 side markers and it looks like you won't be needing them. ...but I would say find the right person and give them a good deal.

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mepilotunot Gold Member Aaron Perry
18411, USA   USA
Yeah I did have a set of brand new TR4 taillights (complete) still in the Lucas boxes. Some guy in Japan purchased them for his Aston Martin DB6 restoration. They share a few of the same parts with Lucas. I still have one tr4 tail light assembly left.

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agitator Jon Trovati
Gold Beach, oregon, USA   USA
Don’t suppose you got any seats or recovering material that would work on a 74? With head rest.
Or wood dash especially left side and headlight rims/bezel thanks.

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