[ROVERNET - UK] P5 parts

Dirk Burrowes dirk at vy-tek.com
Wed Oct 5 11:00:43 BST 2005

Hi all,

Well I purchased a 65 P5 MK2 that was a partial restoration. 
It is a shame that the previous owner gave up. He spent a lot of time on the
car and bought it from the original owner who had just replaced the red
leather interior and rebuilt the engine. He got disgusted with the car when
he went to reinstall all the chrome after having it redone and cracked the
windshield. He sold off a few parts before I got to it. So unfortunately the
car came without a several parts that I am now looking for. They are as

Front Bumper with overrides
Rear Bumper with overrides
Gas/petrol tank
BW auto transmission (maybe was told it did not work)

Hoping to find these in the US.

Cheers to all

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   1. RE:  SD1 Alloys on P6B - front wheels- problem solved
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Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 09:31:52 +1000
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Subject: RE: [ROVERNET - UK] SD1 Alloys on P6B - front wheels- problem
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Hi Peter,
  I vaguely recall a discussion about fitting SD1 wheels to P6B.  If you
use the SD1 front bearing covers they are a little smaller.

Then there's either replacing the wheel studs with SD1 studs or getting
holden wheel nuts.

Gavin Walker
Canberra, Australia


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