A while back i was in a quandry over keeping the 75 or the105.So i made the choice and kept the 75,main reason not many around,plus after driving the 75 and driving a 2000gtv.The 75 is the one for me.Which now brings me up to present,after having a visit from alfaspence and family on route from devon to narrow down the engine issue's i.e swopped airflow meter's,this made a little difference,but alas still prob's.We then checked the timing many thanks to mudhut for his silver shinny big
gun this seems ok.So its back to square one
. So when alfaspence left for his homward journey i sat down in the garage coffee in one hand and a home made choc chip cookie and debated on my next coarse,so i dug out my folder with all the history of the car and came across 2 pieces of paperwork one was richard longman racing and the other was avon racing,so i contacted them on monday to trace what cams are in the engine.Richard longman told me all it had done was a rolling road test,so this left Avon Racing and bingo a little light was shed on the possible cause.Due to the car being worked on by Someone
thay may have knocked the cams out.So Avon racing have said if i get the car up to him they will sort it out and correct the mess caused,which has made me a lot happier i can tell you,he even remembered working on the car and this was 5yrs ago "well impressed"
The cams that are in the car are cloverleaf cams so hopefully in the near future the car will be heading up to Avon Racing if only i had done this in the first place,i would be jollying around in my old75'er.
But this now brings me on to the bodywork,as before i send the car I have some minor rust issue's to sort out.My welding skills are crap and it looks like its getting worse everytime i do some so here are some pic's of what ive done so far