These must have been destined for the recent 1966 'E' that sold for some $450,000 US.
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/121218785437?ssP ... 1423.l2649
Aplogies for not knowing how to downsize.
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- Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:34 am
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- Topic: re enamelling exhaust manifolds
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Better yet, if you can find it, "stove paint". This is a product for cast iron stoves that use wood as a fuel. I've used it, and it lasts and lasts. When I tried barbeque paint, it turned sort of grey after few months.
Francis: As the E-Type was almost hand-made, it is likely that a replacement bonnet will require a considerable amount of 'fettling' to make it fit. In all probability, it will either be too short, or too long. Result: add metal or cut back. The curve of the wings will also have to be adjusted to fi...
Francis: Paintable 'bodyschutz' is the way to go. Apply to floorpan and the underside of front and rear wings (fenders), then paint body colour. JCNA Concours judging must be done from a standing or kneeling position I believe. Go to the JCNA website and download the judging guide for your series of...
Have owned my 1969 ots since 1972, and am currently involved in a D.I.Y. bare metal respray. The 'E' was my daily driver at first, then was demoted to the 'second car'. The daily kept changing: a Pontiac Astre wagon, 1960 Jaguar Mk II, 1966 MGB-GT, Nissan Sentra wagon, and in 1994, a Saturn SW2 (yes...