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  1. We use that hole location on rhd cars for the throttle cable attachment.
  2. They should be there. Have a look where the body goes up in front the diff there should be 4 holes. From the outside look underneath the body in front of the diff and you should see 4 individual steel plates riveted to the body. They are what the seatbelts bolt on to. Peter
  3. Black from what I have seen. The id panel can be one of 2 colours depending on the diff ratio.
  4. UFO Send me an email peterbacich@yahoo.com Peter
  5. I'm surprised you can't find one. I'm pretty sure I have a spare if you are desperate Pb
  6. Gunslinger is the man to talk too. He has a nice wiring diagram although I think it is for the 63/64 Avanti. It might help you. Pb
  7. You could be right John. I haven't removed the seat in a while. Maybe Richard will let us know if it is up or down. Pb
  8. From memory you lift the bottom section up at the front and that should release that section. That should expose the bottom of the top section and there should be 2 screws to undo. Once undone lift the top section up and it should release. Pb
  9. Isn't there a little light on the speedo underneath the "mph" lettering.
  10. Personally I would supercharger it and keep the a/c functional. By doing that you would have an R3 as it was intended ( supercharged) and the a/c as a nod to the previous owner. The best of both worlds. pb
  11. No Bond film but obviously the author Ian Fleming owned one.
  12. Steve, I did reply but it seems to have disappeared. I don't have that bracket on my Chassis but there is two holes on the inner rear chassis ( drivers side) near the rear cross member where I think that bracket would fit. I suspect it may be the bracket that holds one side of the fuel tank on the Lark. Maybe it was left on the A11 chassis or it is off the replacement chassis. Have a look in that area. Peter
  13. From memory it goes on the inside of the chassis rail towards the rear. Look for a spot on the chassis that has two holes that match the two on the bracket. In the meantime I will have a look at my chassis next time I'm at work for the exact location. pb
  14. I assume it's 3 The Homecoming
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