The SC (Small Car) series engines
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The SC (Small Car) series engines

When you raise the bonnet of your Herald or Spitfire you may receive a lot of comments about the small engine lost in its wide bay. This engine claims an history and and evolution that, despite the various opinions on its reliability, made it the real strength of these cars.

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Models: 1300 1300/1300TC / 1500 1500/1500TC / 2000/2500 MK1 / 2000/2500 MK2 / GT6 MKI / GT6 MKII / GT6 MKIII / Herald 948 / Herald 1200 e 12/50 / Herald 13/60 / Spitfire 4 / Spitfire MKII / Spitfire MKIII / Spitfire MKIV / Spitfire 1500 / Vitesse 1600 / Vitesse 2 Litre e MK2

Keywords: David Eley / Harry Webster / Engine

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How to fix a rusted fuel tank
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How to fix a rusted fuel tank

Rusted and dirty fuel tanks are not uncommon on classic cars and buying a new tank is not the only possible solution. Here is a quick DIY guide to fix this problem.

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Models: Herald 13/60

Keywords: DIY

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Spitfire Mk IV, the slowest of the models. Or maybe not…
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Spitfire Mk IV, the slowest of the models. Or maybe not…

Change the character of your car. With today's cars - aseptic and perfect as they are - it is almost impossible, but not with the Spitfire which is something more than a beautiful roadster: the Spit is a nice toy which offers itself to these things, especially when there is the passion, the curiosity and the desire to learn and to compete with ourselves. Marco, in this his article, tells us about his experience about the engine of his Mk IV which from a "Sleeping Beauty" has now become smart, giving him the great satisfaction of having done all the work by himself . This is the great magic this wonderful car gives us, it allows us to make ourselves the changes and improvements, it’s what in England is called tuning.

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Models: Spitfire 4 / Spitfire MKII / Spitfire MKIII / Spitfire MKIV / Spitfire 1500

Keywords: DIY / Engine

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Upgraded of bimetallic devices
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Upgraded of bimetallic devices

Bimetallic devices are present, hidden or not, in our cars and with them all of us, at least once, had to deal with. In this article Demetrio tells how modern electronic, with a lot of discretion, can help us to forget them, without regrets. We believe that also the restoration "purists" could appreciate these suggestions.

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Models: All

Keywords: DIY / Electrical system / Jaeger / Smiths / Instruments

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