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Show off the ones that inspire or inspired you from years ago
Here is one that I would love in my collection.......
Need I say why.......?
any ideas on a compact pedal box for an sit up and beg pop..running rover v8 and autobox?? not happy with current set up and saw a few good looking set ups at wheels day but unable to speak to owners...would prefer bulkhead mounted as not too keen on vw type pedals .
had it in the garage for about 15 years,kinda figure its about time i did something with it.
was wondering if anyone can shed any light on who built them or any info on where i can get parts?? ie rear axle,wheels ect..
I shopped around for a brake pedal assembly for this job , but it seemed like I would be just modifying most of it to fit my needs. So as usual I figured I would make one on my own.
I started with some 2" wide 1/4" thick flat plate, and 1"1/2 OD round tube with a 1"3/8 ID
Ok , let me say first I claim to be no machinest but I do know just enough to get me in or sometimes out of trouble :D
I've been working on a customers 32 ford, and it was time to set up the clutch and brake pedal assembly, along with locating both masters.
So I thought I should post...
Comet pedal car, all steel, black with flames, used
Cost nearly £300 new
Few scuffs and a tear in seat
Bought for my boy for Christmas but all he keeps going on about is a bloody quad!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi Guys, can anybody suggest a suitable pedal box that will fit in a standard footwell layout in a Pop/Anglia/Prefect. I'm just about to fit a pinto engine into my Prefect truck and as I'm compromised for space, I'd like something which isn't going to take up any more room than the original...
does anyone know how these things work??i;ve got one but cant get my head around how its supposed to operate!!if you turn the threaded bias bar the clevis's on each master cyl pushrod move one way or other depending on witch way its turned but the spherical bearing in the middle moves...