Everything back in place, lines bled, connections checked. Start engine, low whistling sound, oil pouring out the pressure line. Nuts.
The pedal box took a bit of cleaning up but it at least is not now detracting from the rest of the engine bay!
Time for another run across the Pennines. My usual run is along the A66, which is a much nicer route now its been made a dual-carriageway. However this weekend it was the Appleby Fair which meant I'd need an alternate route, one which just happened to include the Buttertubs Pass. keep readingCross-country via the Buttertubs →
Pull up a chair and watch some cine.
Making the engine shiny, bit by bit.
A while back I aquired a 1979 MGB GT, and whilst it didn't actually work I was totally smitten with it and decided to get it back on the road.