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    Higganum, CT
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    Sports Cars, Mountain Biking, Kayaking
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    QC Inspector
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    2019 Caterham 310S, Lotus 7 S2 Replica rolling chassis

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  1. Newly listed Lotus Seven racecar on BAT: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1961-lotus-seven-2/
  2. Great stories Ron and Croc. Very sad to hear the news of her passing. She was unique! RIP Sabine....
  3. New video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=sM5teKOVBNI
  4. A good write-up with some photos of a T9 disassembled here: http://my.voyager.net/~quadrant19/Gearbox-upgrade.html
  5. I was working as a tech when the Mercury Merkur came out in the 80's and remember there was a TSB for the oil capacity/fill level on the T9. They actually had you make up a dipstick to measure the level at 1.00" down (IIRC) from the upper level fill plug which corresponded to the same capacity if the case had the lower plug. So what was referenced above is correct. I rebuilt the T9 with a BGH C/R gear kit for my old Birkin and was really happy with the results. I also installed a Quaife cover and was able to check the level from above which worked out really well:
  6. I couldn't find them in my search but I did find these: https://www.mcmaster.com/perforated-base-studs/
  7. IIRC it should me a 10mm.
  8. Early Lotus Seven with Coventry Climax and DeDion rear end:
  9. I agree, looking forward to more updates!
  10. Not positive, but they look like CSR wheels.
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