Let me add my 2 cents worth to this thread. I'm all for RHD cars. My 1970 TR6
is a home market with RHD naturally. I also have a 1922 Model T Ford that has
the wheel on the right.
Most of the previous advice on switching from LHD to RHD has been very good. A
few minor items would be new windshield wiper arms - unless you like giving your
passengers a clear veiw while you peer through Gods knows what; throttle pedal
assembly, new pedals - unless you want to heat and bend into proper position.
The wiring harness could be used - just splice all the dash wire about 6 inches
from the end. That way it would make it easier to add the extra length need to
reach the dash.
If you are serious about this, it can be done. I noticed the differences when
dissassemling my 1970. When looking for replacement parts it became obvious
what would work and what was different.
1970 TR6 CP51649