At 10:52 PM 1/11/98 PST, Larry Hooven wrote:
>in pulling and replacing various parts, i noticed a great big gaping
>hole in the driver side cowling inside the car (the masonite???), it
>appears that this is part of a masonite piece and not the actual floor
>pan, it's up on the side next to the gas (petrol) pedal. am i correct
>in thinking this is a masonite type piece that i can form in the skunk
>works at work? or is this part of the floor pan/tub. tia.
Larry, pull out that Vicky Brit catalogue one more time, look on page 19.
Item 18 is the trans cover in either masonite or hi-tech ABS plastic.
("My Spit is better'n yours - it has ABS!")
Many owners have cut holes in the masonite. The one on the drivers side is
surely for the clutch slave cylinder. Betcha have a hole on the passenger
side too for the speedo drive and\or the trans filler plug. (Talking
lefthand drive here.)
'79 Spitfire FM96062 UO
Succasunna, NJ USA
"Q: How do Blonde brain cells die? A: Alone."