Black '95M 24v QV here. Bit of an oil leak after a botched cambelt change and been off the road for a few months. Should be back on the road within the next couple of months, and we'll probably sell it then.perhaps we should have a show of hands on here to find out!??
I have a 164 24v black Cloverleaf 1995
Snap! I'm running my silver 93 24v super with 45mm intakes too!Im still runnung my 24 valve super with 45mm intakes (does that count as a cloverleaf)
Mick..anyhow, as far as i can tell there're about 20 164s left on the road here in ireland give or take, and about 40 166s.
Mine's on the way out and I'm not sure what I'm going to do about it when it does. It went through the last MOT, which I didn't think it was going to. My mechanic said let's worry about it if it does fail. I can't imagine it's that hard to get someone to make one, it looks pretty simple to me, but then I'm no engineer.If this part is not available this will stop the other cars left, to be on the road as it will be an MOT failure through corrosion which will be a shame, unless some one can make a copy of the sub frame unit.
I own and drive daily a 1995 164 24V Super. 80K miles and one of the best 164s I have ever owned. Also my 1996 164 24V Cloverleaf with about 130K miles which is currently being MOTd and then will be repainted. I'll never tire of that V6 howl from the Cloverleaf at 4000 revs.Does anyone have any idea how many 164 models are left on the roads in the UK? as I do not see that many these days.