All the P6’s in Wisconsin.....

amcdonald

Active Member
#3
I reckon if your strip speedo is past the blob and you are in the indicated gear you will be deafened / thrashing your motor.......
 
#5
That is an interesting car. It has the tail light assembly without the reversing light in it, and has the separate reversing light. It is an SC with the manual gearbox, these are very rare in the United States!
Consulting James Taylor’s book the change over of the reversing lights occurred in February’66, so it could be a 66 model. Is was probably also originally positive earth, although without a battery in it, you cannot see how it is now!
 

chrisw

Well-Known Member
#7
That is an interesting car. It has the tail light assembly without the reversing light in it, and has the separate reversing light. It is an SC with the manual gearbox, these are very rare in the United States!
Consulting James Taylor’s book the change over of the reversing lights occurred in February’66, so it could be a 66 model. Is was probably also originally positive earth, although without a battery in it, you cannot see how it is now!
If it was first registered in March 66, it'll be late 65 or very early 66, as they would have been shipped across in batches.

Anything built past September 65 is a 66 model.
 

sdibbers

Well-Known Member
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