This is RHD 6,3 #2206 . The engine is incomplete and the drivers side sill/rocker is rotten but the rest of the car is surprisingly sound but in need of a full restoration .RHD 6.3’s are too rare to part out and i would rather restore this car anyway….. or build a historic racer for weekend fun.
A short video showing the 6.3 up and running to check it’as C/O level at hot idle .
OK, ,more progress on the 6.3. The fuel is being replace and this pic shows why. Many years ago someone has crushed it by lifting the car incorrectly with a hoist ,jack or….forklift. In fact it was squashed in many places.
next pic shows one of the other crush points.
As can be seen in the pic,the pump was mounted solidly and is 150mm too high,meaning that once the fuel level drops to 1/3rd tank level the pump was starting to starve for fuel . These pumps are not a suction pump,but a pressure pump.
Up on the hoist, the steering box coupler has been replaced ,Other jobs required are a new flex disc ,drive shaft universal joints and center support bearings. The diff support pivot bush was worn out so the diff was removed.
The torque arm bushes will be replaced as these look to be the original do nuts and are as hard as rocks.