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Chromed cylinder head nut for 1750 & 2000 engines with larger head studs including TS.
Cylinder head stud to suit 1750 & 2000 cc engines. 10 per engine if you are replacing them all.
Cylinder head nut for 105, 1300 1600 engines.
Chromed cylinder head nut for 1300 1600 engines.
Cylinder head nut in black for 105, 1750 2000 engines, including TS.
Black cylinder head nut Montreal.
Cylinder head nut washer. All 4 cylinder engines.
Cylindrical Air filter - later type (105.48) - length 41cm x 12 cm diameter to suit later 105s with the filter on the carb side plus some 116 models. Please check measurements before ordering!
Right hand drive ( steering on the right sitting in the car) CNC manufactured replacement steering box. Original Burman steering box cases are renowned for cracking. Made from a solid piece of...
Original 1750GTV/GT junior/early GT rear lenses, Carello.
This pair of lenses are factory original. They have some scratch marks that could be polished out if wanted and there are two slightly...
GT glovebox lock. Suitable for cars made from 1968 onwards. Not suitable for GT's with flat dashboard.
An original cam cover for 101 series engine and GTAs that has been professionally cleaned and finished in crackle black.
There is a £50 surcharge included in the price of this item that we...
Bracket fitted on top of cylinder head used to lift engine out, fitted to 101, 105, 116 and 75 engines (excluding TS and V6).
Door mirror - round style. Fits either side of the car with mottled insert / pattern on base. Base size approx 10.8 x 2.1cm. 93mm hole spacing.
This mirror is a slightly smaller diameter than the...
Front suspension bush kit uprated - including lower wishbone bushes, Superflex castor arm bushes, Superflex anti roll bar rubbers and drop links. Spider from 86-93.
Gear gaiter base, GTV & late Juniors with centre console. Please note, you will need to drill the fixing holes on the cover.
We understand that the early MK1 1750 was not fitted with this...