Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Autumn At HEC

It has been a busy and eclectic autumn period here at the HEC.
Here are a few photos to illustrate some of the work:

Wolseley Hornet: 2 litre capacity breather container fabrication to comply with RAC competition regulations

Wolseley Hornet Exhaust: passenger side "Brooklands Can" heat shield, as light and efficient as possible:

Wolseley HT Lead conduit:
(please ignore temporary modern fuel hose to pump)

Porsche 944s. Attention to a few paint details before continued re-commission and engine peripheral work:

Triumph Dolomite. The beginning of a great Journey, we will enjoy this!:

Morris 8, Carburettor service as this little car will be in regular use throughout the winter.
We built the engine about eight years ago, it is always nice to see it out and about along the Dorset coast on a regular jaunt. Sometimes old is better, what better way to travel along the Dorset coastal lanes and cliff top picnic.. even in winter!

Morris Minor
(Pre War)

Replacement of very worn hubs:

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