Coupled to the fact its so easy to fit overdrive, they are a smashing choice. I came to the conclusion that with modifications the motor might fit, but it was going to be very close. Cosworth Engineering had originally been involved it the engine's design. The car now looked great, but the "full race" motor had an unacceptable idle and shifting at 9, rpm didn't suit driving in the real world even in an area with little more than mother nature's critters! Brian sourced a 2.
Custom front crossmember with Caterham motor mounts.
Zetec powered mg midget
Welding on the sump's done I'll be trial fitting the engine with the newly shaped sump tomorrow. We pushed the race car into my father's garage. I could probably gain an inch or slightly less. I had looked at putting one in my B before I decided to go the V6 route. Well I've been lurking a few months and posted in a few threads asking questions, but haven't really told you lot what I'm up too. June 12, at Brian Collins spends his days working on British sports cars at his company Ceres Motorsports in Oviedo, Florida where they find new life and sometimes a new heart.