Bloody clutch fork!
Just spent a joyous few hours under the 75 changing the slave cylinder over, as the old one was leakier than the Torrey Canyon. However, come to put it all back together again, and I can't seem to get the clutch fork back in correctly.
It'll go back into the box, but waggles around and doesn't seem very secure. Looking at the port where it slots in, I think the pivot point by the hole has sheared off, and now the fork has nothing to hold it in place. Not sure if it has happened recently, as the "sheared" bit isn't that shiny. That said, the gearbox was rebuilt not that long ago, I'm surprised it wasn't picked up then.
If this is the case, and that pivot isn't easily replaceable, then it could well be curtains for this 75. I just can't be bothered to go through the hassle of swapping the transaxles over, the car just isn't worth it IMO.
Behold the warranty...the bold print giveth, and the fine print taketh away