Major pedal box judder.....
So then, the problem that I thought was just down to the design of the car turns out to be getting worse.
Basically, when pulling away in first relatively hard, loads of judder could be felt from the pedal box area. This has got worse in the past few weeks however, and now does it when pulling away normally, and when turning hard in 1st or 2nd gear on the throttle. Almost feels like wheel hop, but it's getting worse so I assume it's something going out. It's most noticeable just when you'd expect to get some wheel slip, ie. hard starts and coming off roundabouts in 1st or 2nd.
Any ideas? Could it be wishbones? It seems to happen more when getting on and off the throttle, which would point me towards an engine mount problem - except getting on and off the throttle when in a straight line doesn't really seem to cause it. Search didn't seem to bring up anything. I'll have to try and get it up on a friend's ramp and take a look as soon as can be arranged I guess.
Any help or pointers would be great, the car is a '96 145 QV.